One of the five city councillors trying to stop the 20-year cycling strategy in its tracks is proposing changes.

Coun. Ross Eadie said he wants some of the routes in his ward altered.

Eadie said he’s not against spending money on bike paths. He just wants to get the $334-million plan correct.

The Mynarski councillor plans to introduce a motion at the local committee level on Tuesday.

The blueprint is scheduled for a final vote at city council next week.