Montreal police will be introducing its bike security brigade this week in a bid to help get cyclists, pedestrians and motorists to share the road.
The brigade will take part in a safety awareness campaign that'll last until June 5, three days a week : Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
The officers will ride around to different intersections where many cyclists pass through and hand out bike safety guides.
The MTC and CAA-Quebec is also taking part in the campaign which kicks off a broader cycling safety program that takes place all summer starting June 2nd.
The campaign begins in the wake of a series of fatal accidents over the past couple of weeks involving cyclists and pedestrians.