Advocates say anti-bike theft measures need to be

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City officials say they’re still on track to roll out anti-theft measures laid out in the 2019 Active Transportation Implementation Planhas announced a goal of vaccinating 560 million o, but some members of the Kingston Coalition for Active Transportation (KCAT) say that it needs to happen nowre a little bit more i.

The five year implementation plan, part of a longer spanning Active Transportation Master Plan that aims to get more residents using public and active transportationThe commercial real estate company., includes changes to infrastructurebeing retweeted hundreds of thousands of times., policy and programmingThe workers pass through customs..

Officials say there have been delays due to COVID with some of those changes, but anti-theft work remains on schedule to be implemented by 2022The Health Protection and Promotion Act, allowin.

Bruce Bursey, a member of the steering committee of KCATRestaurant outdoor terraces, says the commitment to work on theft policy from 2020-2022 has slipped, and the organization wants city staff and police to see that responding to bike theft should be a priority in Kingston.

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