Tuesday 26 July 2016 - 18:54:03 | Pontiac News
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The PPJ Cycloparc Committees has another public reaction that can be added to the records having to do with the possibilities of allowing access to quads in Pontiac on the trail. In an open letter published yesterday in the newspaper Le Droit, a resident of Gatineau, Céline Larabie describes the Cycloparc as a jewel of the Outaouais. She noted that cycling is gaining popularity, but that our PPJ Cycloparc is not as popular as other cycloparcs. Mrs. Larabie has suggested that the Committee of the PPJ should consider working with tourism Outaouais, to increase ridership in order to stop the possibility of quad traffic.
Last week, the Warden of the Pontiac MRC Raymond Durocher gave an interview to Radio-Canada and stressed that the safety of cyclists was paramount and that the MRC will not, for the moment, allow all-terrain vehicles on the PPJ.