Write BC's Leaders for More Cycling Funding

While there has been investment by all levels of government in cycling routes in communities around the Province over the last decade, often these routes are not connected to each other leaving you stranded with your bike at busy intersections. Many destinations are still not served by safe comfortable convenient cycling connections. Until people can cycle from anywhere to anywhere without worrying if there is a good bicycle route, many won’t chose to ride a bicycle and we will not realize the full economic, health, environmental and social benefits from the hundreds of millions of dollars already invested in cycling.

Inadequate Funding for Communities

Communities across the province have produced extensive cycling network plans. Unfortunately, due to lack of funding, these cycling networks may not be complete for 20 to 30 years. For instance:

  • Surrey has recently completed a cycling plan that includes over 470 km of additional bike lanes and paths. With current funding, it plans on completing around 12km per year but has indicated that additional funding from the provincial and Federal Governments would speed implementation of the plan.
  • The Pedestrian & Cycling Master Plan – Capital Regional District estimated the cost of upgrading the bicycle network to attract people of all ages and abilities is around $275 million.
  • TransLink has estimated that completing all ages cycling networks around the region may be much higher than $800 million. Due to lack of new funding sources, in 2013, TransLink only invested $2 million.

Decades of Underinvestment

A large expenditure on cycling facilities is required to make up ground lost through several decades of underinvestment . The Netherlands, widely hailed as the world leader in cycling, spends approximately $40 per person per year on cycling. Several other jurisdictions with cycling levels similar to that of BC are matching or exceeding that level of investment. London Mayor Johnson recently announced he will increase  cycling funding to $619 million over the next three years.

Cost Effective

No other transportation investment of similar size can boast the potential to be enjoyed by people of all ages and income brackets, in communities large and small, throughout the province. High quality cycling facilities that are attractive to a significant portion of the population such as bicycle paths and separated bicycle lanes can cost from $1 million to $4 million per km (1/6 the cost of one km of road network for motorized vehicles). This investment will enable the construction of hundreds of kilometres of high quality facilities in communities around the province, giving the majority of British Columbians access to great bicycle routes.

Everyone Benefits

Importantly, cycling facilities also benefit those who don’t ride a bicycle. Multi-use paths are used by pedestrians, in-line skaters, electric wheelchairs, personal mobility scooters, and skateboards. Traffic calming along bicycle routes benefits neighbourhoods, making streets safer for all pedestrians. But it has particular benefit for seniors, children, and the disabled. Bike lanes along busy streets calm traffic, enhancing the pedestrian environment and creating a more welcoming retail atmosphere.

Accelerated Investment

In our Cycling Strategy. we recommend a significant acceleration of the investment in cycling networks including bicycle paths, separated bicycle lanes and other high quality bicycle facilities totalling $175 million per year by all levels of government. This investment in infrastructure, accompanied by funding for education, promotion, and end-of-trip facilities, will enable residents and visitors of all ages and abilities to safely and conveniently cycle throughout the province, fostering healthier individuals and communities.

Take Action

We encourage the Provincial Government to show strong leadership by committing $100 per year for cycling and walking networks in communities around B.C.

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  • commented 2018-02-06 11:31:36 -0800
    Dear Premier Horgan, MLA Weaver, MLA Wilkinson, and Minister Trevena,


    I am writing to encourage you to increase investment in cycling infrastructure in our province by adding to the Bike BC budget. I am doing so as a volunteer board member of Transportation Choices – Sunshine Coast – an advocacy group for non-motorized transportation on BC’s lower Sunshine Coast.


    Better active transportation infrastructure is needed on the Sunshine Coast. A recent survey that our group conducted indicated that lack of protected bike lanes and other cycling infrastructure is the primary barrier to cycling within and between communities here. Investing in improvements to roadways for those who ride bicycles will be in line with the province’s climate change agenda and healthy communities program.


    The Sunshine Coast has great potential as a cycle touring destination with its proximity to the Lower Mainland combined with its remote atmosphere. However, the five kilometre roadway that takes people from the Langdale ferry terminal to Lower Gibsons is hazardous for anyone on a bike. The “gateway to the Sunshine Coast” is only for cars and trucks. From Gibsons, there are many beautiful areas where visitors can enjoy riding through forests or along beach esplanades, but these wonderful routes all lead to dead-ends or back to the highway where there is little to no room to ride a bike.


    Better cycling infrastructure here would benefit everyone. Locals folks, including children and seniors, would have healthier options for getting from place to place. Visitors could take in the natural beauty at a slow pace. Businesses, such as cafes, BnB’s and bike stores, would benefit from the tourists cycling between the towns that are strung along our spectacular coast.


    We look to the leadership of all of you when it comes to making BC communities healthier and more livable.


    Sincerely,


    Nick Smith

    - On behalf of Transportation Choices- Sunshine Coast
  • commented 2018-02-01 09:31:41 -0800
    Hello,


    Vancouver is fast becoming a model for sustainable living (Greenest city goals 2020). Why not take things to the next level by adding even more cycling infrastructure. Doing this will help contribute to the solution so many problems relating to individual health, environment, transportation, building community and so much more.
  • commented 2018-01-31 18:23:41 -0800
    I live in Burnaby and I have been impressed with the improvements in accomodation for bicycles in the lowermainland. However, there is need for ongoing improvements. I have lived in Burnaby and worked on the North Shore for many years during which I commuted by bicycle in the early days there were many difficult sections. This sort of improvement is essencial. At the same time, there is a very strong need for more improvemtes. I often bike through New Westminster and find that some areas are well served, while there are many difficult sections. It is important that high priority is given to improvement of bicycle infrastructure. I know many people who enjoy biking who are reluctant to use them as because of difficult zones.
  • commented 2018-01-31 10:27:24 -0800
    Greetings. This year I’ll resume a longstanding project to see how much of BC can be enjoyed on a bicycle. I’ll start by touring southern Vancouver Island with some family and friends.


    I also hope to race in the Grand Fondo in September. Which is by way of saying I see cycling as both sport and recreation.


    Here’s the thing. In a province defined by beauty and getting out there and doing stuff, cycling has been left behind. We have some good infrastructure in some cities. It’s terrible in others. Opportunities to tour and enjoy new towns and rural spaces are frankly not great, certainly not compared to what can be found in other provinces and countries. The Sunshine Coast, for example, remains a notoriously bad place to be on two wheels.


    Think of the lost tourism opportunities. More than that, think of how citizens gain new perspectives on their home when they are obliged to slow to 60km per day rather than per hour.


    I firmly believe that a dollar spent on cycling infrastructure is a fortune gained in experiences and awareness.


    I encourage you, at every stage of economic planning for BC, to consider ways to transition folks out of cars and onto two wheels.
  • commented 2018-01-30 17:15:50 -0800
    I want my peers, friends, family and broader community to be safe on their bikes! Most of my friends ride their bikes daily to commute to and from work and to get around the city. Most of them have also been hit by cars or been in very close calls! Please help prevent any future injuries an help them be confident on their bikes. We need increased investment in bike infrastructure in BC!


    Thank you,

    Annelies
  • commented 2018-01-29 15:37:41 -0800
    I am writing to express my support for continued and increased investment in BC’s cycling infrastructure.


    I am a keen cyclist, using my bike to commute and explore my city of Vancouver. It’s an important part of my life, but also of many others in my city and province. Despite cycling being the fastest growing mode of transport in Metro Vancouver, the cycling network is disconnected and a lot of people are unable to find safe routes to their destinations.


    Over 40% of locals want to cycle but currently don’t, and for many of them it’s because they are scared of dangerous road conditions.


    Please support safer cycling in Metro Vancouver by supporting the British Columbia Cycling Coalition in investing in bike paths and protected bike lanes.
  • commented 2018-01-29 10:59:50 -0800
    Dear Premier and MLAs,


    I am writing to show my support for better bike infrastructure in B.C. I was hit by a car while cycling (100% fault of driver) resulting in time off work, two years recovery and surgery so I know well the dangers of poor cycling infrastructure. I now have a new daughter that I hope to transport by bicycle and also encourage her to become a cyclist as she becomes older. To do this comfortably and safely we need better infrastructure to separate cyclists from drivers. Drivers, in a moment of distraction or texting, can easily kill or maim cyclists and pedestrians. Taking cyclists and pedestrians into safe pathways encourages more people to cycle freeing up congestion and encouraging more healthy lifestyles. The benefits far outweigh the relatively minor costs. Please work to bring better infrastructure for active transport to B.C.
  • commented 2018-01-29 09:50:30 -0800
    As an avid bike tourist I would like to bring to your attention that the maintenance of the highway shoulders does not promote bicycle touring in this province. Of particular concern is the cleaning of these shoulders from the sand and grit used during the winter and the continuous debris from truck tires, broken bottles and other garbage makes riding both dangerous and unpleasant. Sweeping once or twice a year would eliminate most of this debris and encourage bicycle tourism and distance riding.
  • commented 2018-01-28 22:15:25 -0800
    Peddling my bicycle over the previous government’s mega geaorge massey tunnel replacement bridge is problematic.

    Having a bike tunnel would make my trip safer and would cut down on commuting time.

    Currently I take the george massey tunnel bike shuttle or public transit.

    Please get the tunnel built soon.
  • commented 2018-01-28 17:57:05 -0800
    Studies have shown that the risks of cancer and cardiovascular disease are markedly reduced amongst regular cycle commuters. Serious MVA rates are lower in regions with cycle-friendly policies and infrastructure. Bicycle infrastructure is cheaper to create, and reduces costs of road wear and repair. Cycle commuting reduces GHG emissions and air pollution significantly. And cycle touring and in-city safe cycling can increase tourism dollars and travel to BC, while reducing traffic congestion and lost productivity for those who have to drive.


    It’s time to acknowledge all of these benefits which BC’s population would derive, if we rapidly expanded the safe infrastructure needed to encourage a large uptake of cycle commuting in and between BC’s cities and towns. And time to make a major investment now, rather than supporting bike infrastructure plans with small dribs and drabs of funding spanning out over decades. There is an urgent need to act now, from the health perspective, and from the perspective of meeting our GHG emissions reduction commitments. The amount of money that has been poured into creating infrastructure which discourages healthy and responsible commuting has been ridiculous, and counter-productive.


    Please act now on a vision of our province as a leader and exemplar of smart living and respect for our environment, for health, and for sustainable practices and opportunities. BC could lead the way for the rest of Canada.
  • commented 2018-01-28 16:55:31 -0800
    My partner and I have lived in Vancouver for seven years. For ethical and environmental reasons, we choose to live without a motor vehicle. We get around by bike, walking and transit and occasionally use a car share service.


    While Vancouver’s cycle infrastructure is reasonably good for a Canadian city, it leaves a lot to be desired for those of us who use it daily. We need more separated bike lanes to ensure a greater level of safety, and we need to eliminate the gaps between bike routes. There are a number of less-than-safe intersections and areas that I am aware of on the routes I use regularly.


    Additionally, I would like to ride my bike to access other parts of the lower mainland, but it is extremely difficult. For example, I would like to ride my bike to the Tsawwasen Ferry Terminal, but I would have to get my bike shuttled through the Massey Tunnel – this kind of gap in cycling infrastructure creates unnecessary barriers.


    I would also like to do more bike-train-bike transportation around the lower mainland, but there are two problems with that: there aren’t enough trains, and there are usually few decent bike routes on at least one side of my trip.


    I am aware that the budget committee has recommended investing in active transportation – that is very encouraging. A big investment now will make all road users safer and encourage more people to reduce their harmful motor vehicle usage and choose transportation that is healthier and more environmentally sound.


    Thank you for taking the time to consider this.
  • commented 2018-01-28 10:52:02 -0800
    Whether someone rides a bike for recreation, to commute, to run errands, to get fit, or to travel and explore, there is one thing in common -- they are riding a bike, and they are either riding a bike on a shared road with motorists, or on a dedicated pathway.


    I ride a bike for sport/fitness.

    I ride a bike to get to and from work.

    I ride a bike to explore, travel and adventure.

    I ride a bike to run errands.


    I take pride in my knowledge of road rules, and I do my best to follow the rules of the road – ESPECIALLY when I’m sharing the road with motorists and pedestrians.


    I live on Vancouver Island now (a recent more from Vancouver) and being a cyclist on the roads of the Island is deemed a ‘reckless’ and even ‘life threatening’ act by motorists. While the roads are quiet in many rural areas, there are very few roads that have a sufficient shoulder space for a cyclist to safely ride. Where there are shoulders on the road, the shoulders are usually laden by pot holes and debris, making the space unsuitable for cycling.


    For my partner and I, cycling a major part of our life. It’s a way to stay in shape (helping keep health care costs down), it’s a way of fighting depression (we rode our bikes and raised $15,000 last year as a mental health fundraiser in 36 hours, all of which was donated to the Kettle Society), and it’s a way of exploring our surroundings (adventuring on gravel bikes, road bikes and mountain bikes.)


    More people are deciding to ditch the cars and travel by bike, and I think future infrastructure planning needs to take this into consideration. More people would be willing to travel by bike if there were safe spaces to cycle. For instance, we would love to travel to Tofino by bike, but the lack of shoulder on the road makes it a dangerous route. Imagine the possibilities for exploration if ALL future roads and road repairs took cyclists into consideration? Imagine how many more people would get out on their bikes or even CONSIDER a bike vacation, if there were safe roads for them to travel on.


    I know we would explore more — and it would be better for the environment, better for our health, and great for tourism dollars — if the roads felt more safe.


    We don’t ride our bikes on the road so that we can be death-defying dare devils.

    No, in fact, we do our best to make ourselves visible (spending HUNDREDS of dollars on reflective gear and bright lights) and we practice the rules of the road, in hopes that we can ride safely in the presence of motorists and pedestrians.


    It’s time we stop treating cyclists like a nuisance or a pest. It’s time we start giving cyclists space. It’s time we stop taking chances with lives.


    It’s time we make these changes, and plan for better safety on all roads - I’d like to be able to see my future children ride safely on the roads and I don’t want to pray for my life every time I get on my bike.
  • commented 2018-01-28 07:51:32 -0800
    I live in a smaller city in BC, Vernon. We have begun to invest in cycling infrastructure but clearly need more. Cycling is such a win win for everyone. Our population as a whole would be MUCH healthier if many more people cycled on a regular basis. This would save on Medical costs! Dedicated bike lanes are the best.
  • commented 2018-01-28 06:53:10 -0800
    My message is simple: If our tax dollars go to building more safe cycling infrastructure, more people will use their bikes to commute. Although I am retired, I choose to cycle as my main mode of transportation in Victoria. I use it for errands, to get to medical appointments, to the rec centre, to visit friends. It’s especially useful downtown, where it’s faster and easier to park, is cheaper and doesn’t pollute. I live in Fairfield in Victoria and often use Cook Street to cycle north. When there are protected bike lanes on this street, it will be much safer; twice already drivers have turned right from the centre lane in front of me, narrowly missing hitting me. We need well-designed cycling infrastructure to encourage more people to get on bikes and feel (and be) safe so this kind of danger is reduced. Please think long term about where we want to spend our money — to encourage commuter cycling as an environmentally friendly transportation mode (not to mention the health benefits and reduction in health-care costs as a result). Thanks.
  • commented 2018-01-27 11:56:31 -0800
    Please invest in cycling safety in V/C in all the ways that have been demonstrated to help.
  • commented 2018-01-26 21:10:46 -0800
    Please invest in more cycling infrastructure please.


    The easier and safer it is the more people will do it!
  • commented 2018-01-26 20:20:13 -0800
    Hey there team of people we trust and voted for, I know you are very busy and all so let me thank you for taking the time to better cycling safety and helping to keep us all safe “your kids included”.

    Please look future forward when it comes to cycling as it can help our society in so many ways! We need safer roads and better signs and more respect from drivers, that’s it!

    Thank you, Lazarus Difiore
  • commented 2018-01-26 14:55:14 -0800
    I’m a 70 year old retired carpenter. Cycling is very important to me as it keeps me fit and the low impact on my joints extends my mobility life. Our Canadian population is fitter than some countries but has a long way to go. The statement “ build it and they will come” is so true when it comes to biking. I meet people all the time that are terrified to bike on most of our roads as they are not fit for cycling. Those that complain about the bikes on the roads need to get out of their cars and burn some energy. I was in Copenhagen and witnessed amazing bike paths. There are more bikes than people there. In winter the bike paths need to be plowed of snow first as the transit system cannot cope with the extra passengers if they don’t. Bike parking lots the size of a house can safely park hundreds of bikes. We just keep adding more car lanes to the highways and add pollution at an alarming rate. Given safe bike lanes people, I think, would be willing to bike. It’s not uncommon in Europe to see people in their sixties and seventies cycling. We need to get cycling save and millions on health care.

    Tom, just a carpenter.
  • commented 2018-01-26 09:20:33 -0800
    Mayor Roberts has created a great legacy to modernize Vancouver with an excellent bike system. I sincerely hope that your government will continue to develop the cycling routes of the province to adjust the culture to one which is more bike friendly.
  • commented 2018-01-26 07:12:49 -0800
    Dear Mr Horgan. I want you to know the importance to me of investing in an active transportation network. I live in Qualicum Beach and cycle often. I once cycled from there to Nanaimo on Hwy 19 and it was an terrible experience due to inadequate bike lanes and the volume of high speed truck & car traffic. Right next to highway 19 runs the E&N rail bed, unused and unmaintained (and not financially viable as a railway), which would be a fantastic ‘Rail-to-Trail’ opportunity on the scale of the Kettle Valley Rail Trail. A real boost to tourism on Vancouver Island and cycling safety, for a fraction of the cost of re-activating (unwanted & un-needed) rail service.


    I also discussed this issue with Gord Johns, our Federal MP last summer.


    This opportunity exists on the rail corridors between Nanaimo, Courtenay and Port Alberni and could be a world-class tourist destination. Well worthy of investment, which I hope you will consider.

    Thank you


    Chris Johnstone
  • commented 2018-01-26 00:35:13 -0800
    Living on the Lower Mainland and constantly commuting by car in a single occupancy vehicle has stressed our road system and the drivers. I am excited about an app scheduled to launch next month designed to improve mobility by not driving. While many may get excited about the convenience of an Uber or Lyft app summoning a car with driver, more cars simply will create even more congestion. We should be instead supporting the efforts of startups like Cowlines who plan to make it easy to execute a trip plan in no time using a smart phone connected in real time to transportation options including bus, skytrain, bike share or your new ebike. For an insight into future mobility see what is leading this revolution of mobility as a service in Europe https://maas.global/ We need to incetivise people who can make trips by bicycle rather than by car and reduce our CO2 emissions. The easiest way is to invest money in safe cycling infrastructure. The cost of car ownership impacts affordability. Giving people travel options with the click on an app that doesnt involve cars will reduce commuter frustration and improve well being. Lets invest in the most enviromentally friendly mobility option – the bicycle, or an ebike. Please visit bowlines.com to see what is possible when we think without four wheels under us!

    Thank you
  • commented 2018-01-25 20:33:13 -0800
    For such a small investment when compared to massive ones for automobiles, investing in bike infrastructure is a no brainer.


    It makes such a big difference on so many levels, for so many age groups.


    We need more though PLEASE!!!
  • commented 2018-01-25 20:21:25 -0800
    As an enthusiastic senior bicyclist in Vancouver, I know how much active transportation improves our lives. Please increase the BC Govt’s support for bicycling & walking!

    Thanks
  • commented 2018-01-25 18:24:05 -0800
    Following up on the report on 2018 budget consultation, I would like to reinforce the need for better active transportation options in Kimberley. My city and our neighbour city, Cranbrook, are blessed with the Northstar Rails to Trails paved pathway connecting our two cities. This is a tremendous resource for recreational users, and is much loved by many. However, the key to getting people to use cycling as “active transportation” is to have safe connections to this trail, and a network of protected pathways within each city which allow and encourage cyclists (and walkers) to safely get around their cities as well as to and from existing trails. I live in a development called Forest Crowne, which is south of Kimberley’s city centre, but north of Marysville (both Forest Crowne and Marysville are within the City of Kimberley). The only road access to Forest Crowne is via the 95A highway. This means, as a cyclist, in order for me to get to downtown Kimberley or access the Northstar Rails to Trails (R2T), I must cycle about two km in either direction to access either city streets or the R2T. Unfortunately, this section of highway, although within the city limits, has a posted speed limit of 80 km/h, and has shoulders that are at times hazardous due to rocks and other debris, as well as poor sight lines on corners. The highway has the usual urban traffic as well as commuters between Kimberley and Cranbrook, but also has commercial trucks including tandem gravel trucks. As a result, the number of cyclists riding this stretch of road is relatively small, due to both actual and perceived danger to safety and life. However, as a cyclist, I am required to take this risk on a regular basis, or else give up on “road cycling”. There is an alternative pathway next to the river which parallels the highway, but there is not a good trail to access this pathway, and regardless, to access it requires cross over to the other side of the highway and getting off and walking your bike across mud and boards over a swampy area. The riverside trail itself is gravel and multiuse, and thus not really suitable for “active transportation” In short this “option” is not at all practical for Forest Crowne residents who wish to ride into town or over to the R2T. For active transportation to succeed, this stretch of highway needs a protected parallel PAVED pathway, or alternatively, a protected lane on the side of the highway along with substantially slower speed limits for the motor vehicles. Providing this one change would likely result in a substantial increase in active transportation by Forest Crowne residents, as well as others situated along this highway (which includes the St. Mary’s Lake Road residents). Note also that although a number of cyclists would consider cycling in winter (winter cycling as active transportation is rapidly growing in many Canadian cities), the hazards of riding the highway are multiplied considerably if a cyclist tries to ride a bike in the winter in Kimberley.

    Thanks for your time, and I look forward to hearing how our government will help promote active transportation and make cycling a safer option.
  • commented 2018-01-25 16:32:35 -0800
    I am a longtime cycling commuter who has greatly appreciated the investments made in thee last decadVancouver and other municipalities’ bike infrastructure. My rides have also made me keenly aware of glaring gaps in our network of bike lanes, calmed streets and friendlier intersections—notably between different jurisdictions. For example, Richmond and Surrey/Delta, around the Alex Fraser Bridge; and to a lesser degree where Stanley Pk causeway (BC Dept of Highways) meets Georgia St in Vancouver .

    Also I am struck by my female partner’s fear of riding, something that protected lanes dispel. I am convinced therefore that if the Province were to invest $100 million per year in building out urban networks of good infrastructure, including more protected bike lanes, the pay off in term of percentage of woman cyclist commuters alone (not considering the numbers of school children) would increase significantly. The impacts on traffic congestion and health, etc. would be notable.

    For these Reasons among others I Would strongly support this investment as well as the adoption of a provincial Active Transportation strategy.

    Sincerely,

    James Boothroyd
  • commented 2018-01-25 16:12:22 -0800
    Hello.
    I’ve had the good fortune to do a lot of cycling in Vancouver and BC. I have cycle toured on a lot of BC highways, streets, and logging roads. I have also cycle toured other countries.
    I see cycling as an effective way to move workers, shoppers, and tourists. It works extremely well with transit options, when there is enough will and planning. I’ve gotten a bicycle to Africa free of charge by air; conversely, our transport systems locally, balks at the first sign of a bicycle, instead of encouraging us. I show up to stores and park easily, with lots of cash and ready to purchase. I am probably less of a burden to the health system. Bicycle structure is cost-effective.
    I’ve watched the political refusal to acknowledge the importance of bicycles, in BC. I’ve only seen Vision Vancouver even try. We need to stop putting public money into car parking, only because it suits the value of not changing. I appears as if there are plenty of bicycle options that car planners are ignoring only suit the vested interests of not changing. There are bicycle motors and rain canopies for bicycles that are already Transport Canada ready, and they are given a cold shoulder by transit.
    Increased bicycle structure lends itself to other groups, as well, An increased ability for transit to deal with real-world demands of cyclists will increase the ability for others with wheeled goods, like we see with the ability for someone to roll a chest of tools into the bike area of the Canada line skytrain.
    Higher population areas need to have this structure working completely for effective commuting, shopping, and parking. The adoption will depend if the design is car-centric, or actually safe, dignified, and comfortable.
    There is so much to be gained by putting money for bicycle structure. Please don’t wait for the next generation to do this; let’s start getting this benefit now.
    Thanks,


    Robert Dierker.
  • commented 2018-01-25 14:16:43 -0800
    MoTI does not keep the shoulders properly swept. Outside the lower mainland the shoulders are much better due to less traffic.

    After 60 days since the last sweeping I am forced to ride on the white line way more than I am comfortable doing.
  • commented 2018-01-25 11:34:41 -0800
    More bike lanes will cut down on the cost of transportation, health care and improve mental well being. It’s a win-win-win for BC citizens.
  • commented 2018-01-25 11:01:51 -0800
    I am encouraged that active transportation has been identified in the province’s upcoming budget. For too long, infrastructure for cycling, walking/running, etc. has been practically ignored at the provincial level. This lack of attention has led to gaps between communities that have built their own infrastructure. In more recent transportation upgrades, the lack of planning for active transportation has made it very difficult to integrate active transportation after the fact.


    I am encouraged that the province is now looking at this issue seriously, however it will require a very significant commitment in order to make real progress. I think most of us know that building for active transportation is the right thing to do. I encourage the Province of British Columbia to make extraordinary commitments to moving active transportation forward.
  • commented 2018-01-25 11:00:41 -0800
    I am now a senior citizen, but when I worked I cycled during good weather. As a retiree, I must be more careful and choose cycling paths away from traffic, if at all possible. Cycling is one of the physical activities that helps keep us mobile.

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