Another record smashing year for Bike To School Week.
Tim Yzerman, co-chair of HUB Cycling’s Surrey and White Rock committee, commented on the significant progress which the city of Surrey has made to its cycling infrastructure, including protected bike lanes like the kind in Guildford on 154th Street at 102nd Avenue, and also in Newton at 146th Street and 72nd Avenue. Such infrastructure, which […]
A new apartment complex designed for transit, cycling and walking is in the works on the south end of the Burrard Street Bridge in Vancouver.
Transllink has released an updated version of its cycling map for Metro Vancouver.
HUB Cycling and TransLink partnered to produce State of Cycling: a benchmarking report on cycling infrastructure in Metro Vancouver.
North Vancouver became the second municipality in Metro Vancouver to amend traffic regulations to protect vulnerable road users.
A new multi-use path has been announced along the Mary Hill Bypass.
HUB Tsawwassen Delta donated more than 170 rechargeable bike light sets and reflectors to migrant greenhouse workers.
My latest column in the Maple Ridge News. Unedited version below: “The true measure of any society can be found in how it treats its most vulnerable members” – Ghandi It’s a ‘no’. The people have spoken. Loud and clear. In Maple Ridge, more people (77%) voted against the proposed 0.5% increase in sales tax […]
Election time is upon us; much is at stake. Which will be the main issues on the table? We’ll probably once again see the same old discussions about shopping, garbage, council and staff salaries, and our ever rising property taxes, none of which ever seem to get resolved to our satisfaction. Metro Vancouver is facing […]