New Camillien-Houde setup praised by city

Apparently the city’s happy that the new configuration on the Camillien-Houde is slowing drivers down and CBC finds cyclists and one driver who approve also.

Speaking of cycling, some SPVM stations are trying out a program offering cyclists caught in a road infraction an hour of traffic school instead of a ticket. Given that cycling tickets now set the rider back $128 it may be an attractive option. However, an expert cited here points out that it probably won’t improve accident numbers, as most traffic problems are caused by motor vehicle drivers, not cyclists or pedestrians.