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Police Seek Dump Truck That Struck Cyclist

UPDATE – Kingston Police report that the driver of the truck has been identified: With the assistance of video footage from one of the cyclist’s mounted camera a 46-year-old Kingston area man was identified and charged by Kingston Police Uniform Patrol. Video footage recorded by a fellow cyclist was able to catch the company name of… Keep Reading


Mayor Invites Public to Join Him for Cycle Sunday

Join the Mayor in discovering arts and culture in our community for Culture Days, September 27 to 29.  Then join him for Cycle Sunday, September 29, to celebrate and encourage active transportation in our community. This year marks the 4th Annual Canada-wide celebration of arts and culture, known as Culture Days. The weekend-long celebration promotes… Keep Reading


Break Out Your Bicycle for Cycle Sunday, September 29

Winter may be coming, but that can’t stop cycling enthusiasts from enjoying the ride anyway, and Sunday September 29th will be all about showing your love for cycling at Cycle Sunday. The City of Kingston has partnered up with KFL&A Public Health, the Kingston Coalition for Active Transportation, and Cycle Kingston to host the half… Keep Reading


Accident Involving Bicyclist and Bus During Friday Rush Hour

At approximately 5:25 pm on Friday August 30th, the #4 Kingston Transit bus made contact with a bicyclist who was traveling up Princess Street, just past Taylor Kidd Blvd. An eyewitness reported hearing the sound of the impact, followed by a passenger at the back of the bus quickly informing the driver. The bus stopped… Keep Reading


East Cup Mountain Bike Series to Open in Kingston

It’s finally here: a fun, family-friendly mountain bike series for Eastern Ontario! Get ready for the new East Cup, happening this summer in Kingston, Cornwall and Limerick Forest. The excitement kicks off Sunday, April 21, in Kingston on an 8 km course featuring groomed single-track, gravel road sections and fun raised bridges. Brought to you… Keep Reading


Kingston Bike Summit Opens

A panel of Kingston leaders including Mayor Gerretsen, Dr. Daniel Woolf, Principal of Queen’s University, Dr. Ian Gemmill, Kingston’s Medical Officer of Health and Antje McNeely, Acting Chief of Police opened Kingston’s first Bike Summit today at 8:30 a.m. The Summit will run from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at the John Deutsch University Centre,… Keep Reading


Group Surveying Public for Bike Share Program in Kingston

A local focus group including members from the Queen’s Athletics and Sustainability, the City of Kingston, St. Lawrence College, KFL&A Public Health, the AMS, and SGPS has been exploring the potential of bringing a bike share system to the Kingston community. To help further this initiative, the focus group is looking for community input through… Keep Reading

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