Winnipeg: City hall has plans to spend big on pedestrian and bike infrastructure

The City of Winnipeg is investing heavily in alternate forms of infrastructure including pedestrian and bike-friendly bridges — almost $4.7 million next year and $10.8 million in the following years. It’s relevant story to Minot as the conversation about the Ann Street Bridge and what role it plays in Minot’s future has just got started.

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Aldo Santin, Winnipeg Free Press

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