From the candidate’s website (accessed 5 Oct 2018): “‘OurWinnipeg’ vision was laid out in extreme detail as to what our communities should look like when it comes to being a Livable Community – one that has many modes of transportation. I will adhere to this vision. Bike & Pedestrian paths are essential to us being healthy. As Mayor, this vision has my full support for procuring $100M to complete this vision.
Clearing of paths during the winter months is essential to keep our citizens moving. I will support this effort”.
The website also has platform statements re public transit (Light Rail / electric buses / lower transit fare) and safe streets for children.
Q7: Will you direct the Public Works Department to create a package of walking and cycling infrastructure priority projects worth more than $100 Million dollars and put it as a top priority for the next round of funding from the Investing in Canada Plan? Yes
Q9: ill you commit to completing the downtown protected bike lane network in your next term? Yes
Q10: Will you support full funding of the Active Transportation Network – Winter Maintenance Strategy, passed by council on June 21st, 2018, in the 2019 Budget? Yes
Q13: Would you support implementing a policy for the City of Winnipeg, similar to what has been implemented in Vancouver, that prioritizes walking, cycling, public transit and shared-vehicles over single occupant vehicles? Yes
Q1: “Should we put put bike infrastructure on the back burner in our car city?” No
Q2: “After completing construction that has already started on the Southwest Transitway, should we scrap the rest of rapid transit?” No
The candidate completed the 2018 all-candidate environmental survey: A coalition of Winnipeg Environmental Organizations compiled questions for an all-candidate (Mayoral and Councilor) survey with questions relating to the environment, including AT.