Ottawa Citizen >> 'Exceeded expectations': Latest figures show Corktown, Adàwe bridges popular with pedestrians, cyclists

More than 185,000 people used the Corktown Footbridge to walk, jog or pedal over the Rideau Canal in a five-week span this spring, making it Ottawa’s most heavily-used pedestrian and cycling bridge.

Between May 10 and June 13, 186,333 people — an average of 5,324 per day — used the decade-old bridge to travel between Somerset Street West in Centretown and the street’s eastern portion in Sandy Hill, according to figures supplied by the city. The numbers don’t distinguish between pedestrians and cyclists. Read more >>

 

Source: Ottawa Citizen, Matthew Pearson, August 8 2017