- If you have a comment about a specific challenge, please be clear about where it is. If the issue is already detailed in an existing OBP entry, consider leaving the comment there.
- Comments like “I agree! What a pain!”, “This is not a problem” or “I got hit at this intersection” are perfectly valid
- If you think a description is inaccurate and needs to be changed, be clear about this in a comment, or just hit the “Edit this item” link in the infowindow of the map
- This website has become more complex. If there’s a bug, please report it by mailing alexthepuffin _ at _ gmail.com .
Reporting new items
There’s no way that any one individual can be aware of every biking challenge throughout the entire city, so this is where you come in. There are two ways to report a new problem:
- fill in the web form (preferred)
- write up an entry below (easiest)
The most important reports are on routes that are heavily used by cyclists, that either connect significant destinations or follow previously identified city bicycle routes. This includes places where large sections of pavement are damaged, high curbs, missing signage, gaps in bike routes, etc. It also includes upcoming changes, locations of open consultations, links to plans, and current construction.
Broken glass, potholes and other repairable facilities are best handled with an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: If you have a problem with driver or cyclist behaviour (e.g. cyclists never signal, drivers throw things at me, I hate bikes, etc.), your comment will not be published. Go read question 2 of the FAQ if this is unclear.