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Bike Law

Bike Law

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That the City of Winnipeg Traffic By-law No. 1573/77 be amended to alter the definition
of “parade” to include the term “bicyclists”.
That the City of Winnipeg Traffic By-law No. 1573/77 be amended to alter the definition
of “parade” to include the term “bicyclists”.

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Agenda – Executive Policy Committee – September 18, 2013Report – Standing Policy Committee on Protection and Community Services – September 12, 2013Item No. 1 Amendment to the City of Winnipeg Traffic By-law No. 1573/77
STANDING COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:On September 12, 2013, the Standing Policy Committee on Protection and Community Servicesconcurred in the recommendation of the Winnipeg Public Service and submitted the following toCouncil:
 
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That the City of Winnipeg Traffic By-law No. 1573/77 be amended to alter the definitionof “parade” to include the term “bicyclists”.2. That the Proper Officers of the City be authorized to do all things necessary to implementthe intent of the foregoing.
 
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Agenda – Executive Policy Committee – September 18, 2013Report – Standing Policy Committee on Protection and Community Services – September 12, 2013
DECISION MAKING HISTORY:STANDING COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:On September 12, 2013, the Standing Policy Committee on Protection and Community Servicesconcurred in the recommendation of the Winnipeg Public Service and submitted the matter to theExecutive Policy Committee and Council.
 
Further on September 12, 2013, the Standing Policy Committee on Protection and CommunityService received from David Sanders a communication dated September 12, 2013 with respect tothe Amendment to the city of Winnipeg Traffic By-law No. 1573/77.
 
 
ADMINISTRATIVE REPORT
Title: Amendment to the City of Winnipeg Traffic By-law #1573/77.Critical Path: Standing Policy Committee on Protection and Community Services Executive Policy Committee - Council
AUTHORIZATIONRECOMMENDATIONS
1. That Council approves an amendment to the City of Winnipeg Traffic By-Law # 1573/77 to alter the definition of “parade” to include the term “bicyclists”.2. That the proper Officers of the City of Winnipeg be authorized to do all things necessary toimplement the intent of the foregoing.
REASON FOR THE REPORT
 Approval is required to amend the City of Winnipeg Traffic By-Law # 1573/77.
IMPLICATIONS OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS
The current City of Winnipeg Traffic By-Law # 1573/77, section 2(2), does not include the term“bicyclist” in the definition of what constitutes a “parade”, restricting the ability for the Winnipeg PoliceService to issue a parade permit to any group that is made up solely of bicyclists. Amending the definition of “parade” in the Traffic By-Law would allow the Chief of Police to issueparade permits to bicycle groups wishing to hold a parade. The event organizer(s) and participantswould then be eligible for coverage under the City of Winnipeg General Liability Insurance Policy andallow for a pre-arranged escort by the Winnipeg Police Service.
Author Department Head CFO CAO/COO
K. Cisaroski Acting Chief A. Stannard N/A P. Sheegl

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