I am a cyclist in my late 70s and am frequently cycling on the Lochside and Galloping Goose trails.
As I often see aggressive cyclists who ignore traffic rules, I applaud the CRD’s plan to ticket those who refuse to follow them, particularly at crosswalks.
However, I would also ask that you publish the advice that not all crosswalks require the cyclist to dismount.
I use such a crosswalk very frequently and seldom do drivers grant me the courtesy of stopping to allow me to cross. I am usually the one stopping to allow them to speed through.
In the interest of safety, please inform car drivers that there are some crosswalks that do permit a cyclist to ride across without dismounting.