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wider sidewalks Improving walkability: curb cuts are key, but how about a broader Pedestrian Strategy?

In January, a Council motion was introduced by Councillors Elizabeth Ball and Melissa DeGenova which called for focussed attention on the City’s pedestrian curb ramp program. This is the portion of the City’s budget that funds curb cuts and related... Continue reading »

February 18, 2018   |   0 comments
Cambie Bike Lane - by Gary Howe flickr MyWheelsareTurning A better bike lane for Cambie Bridge?

City Council will be considering a proposal to install a new protected bike lane on the Cambie Bridge. Discussion will be taking place this coming Wednesday, January 17, and follows on the heels of a staff report made public last... Continue reading »

January 13, 2018   |   0 comments
63-cut-for-newsletter The Dunbar Chronicles – a new walking tour!

Just in time for the return of spring, a new walking tour to explore! This time, walkers and cyclists are invited to a neighbourhood that, until the recent onset of the housing market circus, was perhaps better known as one... Continue reading »

May 16, 2016   |   0 comments
City of Vancouver 5 Year Cycling Network: Additions and Upgrades On bikes, budgets, and making more room for the sidewalk

On Thursday, City Council will be hearing a report and presentation on “Active Transportation Update and Pilot for Skateboarding in Protected Bike Lanes” – which includes a program for cycling infrastructure improvements over the next five years. As you’ve probably... Continue reading »

December 9, 2015   |   0 comments
unnamed GET INVOLVED: 2015 QUAD Conference on Transportation

The QUAD Conference is an annual transportation conference held in the Pacific Northwest that provides a forum for transportation professionals to network, exchange ideas, discuss best practices, share research and showcase recent projects. General focus is on land-based transportation, such as... Continue reading »

April 24, 2015   |   0 comments