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Candidate nameTransportation Platform Statement
Jean-Raymond Audet
Brian Bigger
Jeanne Brohart
Ron Dupuis

"Strive to connect our communities via trails and bike paths"

from, last checked July 10, 2014

Jeff Huska

"Encourage healthier lifestyles through healthy living initiatives such as biking and walking trails"

from, last checked July 10, 2014

Richard Majkot
Dan Melanson

“through his infrastructure renewal strategy, he proposes that any new construction or reconstruction of roads include a standardized plan for cycling lanes.”

From, last checked Sept. 11, 2014

"it is the city's responsibility to provide proper transportation infrastructure which includes all modes of transportation such as cycling, pedestrian and vehicle."

From, last checked October 16, 2014

Ed Pokonzie

With an enhanced public transit system each community from Levack to Wanup and Wanipitae to Worthington  should have a transit station where each could be expanded to include
-a municipal walk-in clinic
-a library branch
-community office of city services etc.

Hand written platform provided by candidate.

David Popescu
John Rodriguez

“The establishment of “park and go” sites outside the city core to enable commuters to park their vehicles and have easy access to public transit.

A review of all transit routes in Greater Sudbury to ensure people are being moved as quickly as possible.

Ensuring that future road projects address storm sewer bypass, pedestrian safety, and bike lanes.”

From Oct. 2, 2014 Press Release

Blank areas indicate that the candidate has not provided any official statements on this topic.