Tag: 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

Vancouver closing in on walking, cycling, transit goals five years early, but cloud hangs over transit’s future

Vancouver is on track to achieve its Greenest City goal of having 50 percent of all trips in the city by walking, cycling or transit five years ahead of schedule, according to a report to council today, but… Read More

Treekeepers, Green Building Cncl, Community Energy praise progress on Greenest City goals

Speakers from Treekeepers, the Green Building Council and the Community Energy Assoc. lined up at City Hall today to praise the city’s progress on its Greenest City goals. Highlights of the progress report delivered by deputy city manager… 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