Category: Cycling

Burrard Bridge poised to pass 1 million bike trips . . . and that’s just in 2015!

Remember when satellite news trucks gathered at the Burrard Bridge to document the fiasco of the Burrard Bridge bike lane? Way back in 2009? It was the disaster that didn’t happen and the bike lane has been a… Read More

So now it’s Mayor Corrigan’s “war on the car?” Burnaby taking plunge on bike lanes

When Burnaby takes the plunge on separated bike lanes, you know the active transport-friendly infrastructure is going mainstream, and that’s exactly what’s happening on Mayor Derek Corrigan’s watch, according to cycling advocate Richard Campbell. Of course, Burnaby has… Read More

The safety issue at the heart of the Point Grey bike route brouhaha

In the wake of last night’s council decision to approve the first phase of the Point Grey Road – Cornwall Transportation Corridor — or the Point Grey bike route, as most people call it — councillors’ inboxes received… Read More

$2.9m to build bigger, safer cycle network in West End, Point Grey, on Canada Line, Cambie Bridges

Vancouver’s 2040 Transportation Plan is proving its worth with a systematic expansion of pedestrian, cycling and transit improvements on key networks across the city. Coming to council next week: $2.9 million in improvements to the cycling network that… Read More