The Fraser Community's Call for a Traffic Light Gets Results Even before I was elected in 2017, I was hearing from a lot of residents about safety concerns at the intersection of 153 Avenue and 18 Street in the community of Fraser. I've seen the problem firsthand. I drive that way often and know the… Continue reading Light at the End of the Intersection
The middle of summer isn’t exactly when you want to start thinking about winter, but that’s what we have to do if we want to find the best way to keep roads safe during Edmonton’s upcoming snowy season. Last winter between February and March, 2017 the City launched an anti-icing pilot program that switched from… Continue reading Cold Reviews for City’s De-Icing Program
We Need Your Voice in Council For our municipal government to function the way it's supposed to, we need to hear from Edmontonians. City Council is made up of 12 Councillors and the Mayor, but Edmonton is made up of around 1 million Edmontonians who have valuable experiences and insights that Council would be remiss… Continue reading Say in the City
Development delays are stalling road rehabilitation along Meridian Street, but another path has to be found to get the work done. While we know our province has gone through boom and bust economic cycles over the years, we don't expect our roads to do the same within a day. Some mornings driving down Meridian is… Continue reading Meridian Mayhem
Council called for a redirection from Administration on Automated Parking Enforcement & Accessible Placards The City of Edmonton's Administration recently made plans to implement automated parking enforcement on July 5th, but that date has now been postponed. Their plans failed to take into consideration feedback about how this change would affect parking options for Edmontonians who… Continue reading Stalled Parking Changes
Mobility challenges are tough enough without the city making them tougher, yet here we are. The City of Edmonton is moving to Automated Parking Enforcement. That means payment for parking in city E-park zones will be monitored by a camera attached to a vehicle instead of Parking Enforcement Officers monitoring vehicles on foot. Tickets will… Continue reading Parking Changes Pose Problems
The idea of an Edmonton gondola was initially proposed as part of the The Edmonton Project and was chosen as the winning project idea back in March, 2018. It has since become a topic of debate in the media and will be on the June 5th Urban Planning Committee agenda due to a recent Edmonton Transit System Advisory Board decision to bring… Continue reading GO Gondola or NO Gondola?