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 2017-12-09 09:24:29 -0800
    For our sakes, our future and our children’s futures.
  • commented 2017-12-08 09:04:35 -0800
    I’m writing to lend my support to making equitable budget investments in active transportation and BC Transit outside of the Metro-Vancouver region – most often overlooked for transit and infrastructure investments.

    I am also writing to ensure that in this public call for provincial support and funding for active transportation and transit, that local governments and our Government and cabinet acknowledge the role for Safe Systems infrastructure in support of VisionZero and VisionZero2 (moving beyond Vision Zero) in ensuring that all infrastructure created to support active transportation is done so in the best, most protective way possible, ensuring the highest levels of road safety protection for vulnerable road users of all ages and abilities.

    Active transportation without safe systems and a commitment to the safest possible infrastructure will not see increases in public health, because all benefits will be cancelled out by increased injury and fatality burden borne by vulnerable road users forced to use unsafe infrastructure.

    Active transportation networks which terminate at municipal boundaries will also do nothing to increase modal shift in the long term or reduce the number of people who live in the region, but work in Victoria, taking cars as the #1 transportation choice.

    Preventable injuries cost the province roughly $4 Billion in 2010 and of that, transportation-related (read road safety related) direct costs to the province of $370 Million; $$288 Million in additional indirect costs.

    For more information, see the VisionZero Canada web site https://visionzero.ca/

    and the information on VisionZero2 https://ecf.com/news-and-events/news/it-time-move-beyond-vision-zero-%E2%80%93-swedish-sustainable-mobility-stakeholders

    For more information on Safe Systems, see https://roadsafety.piarc.org/en/road-safety-management-safe-system-approach/safe-system-principles

    For burden of injury on vulnerable road users due to collisions with motor vehicles, see the BC Injury Research and Prevention Report here http://www.injuryresearch.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/BCIRPU-EB-2015.pdf

    For detailed recommendations from the population health perspective on road safety and vulnerable road users, see the Provincial Health Officer’s report ‘Where the Rubber Meets the Road’ here https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/health/about-bc-s-health-care-system/office-of-the-provincial-health-officer/reports-publications/annual-reports/reducing-motor-vehicle-crashes-bc.pdf

    Thank you.
  • commented 2017-12-07 13:50:32 -0800
    I was very pleased to see the recommendation to increase funding for active transportation in the Report on the Budget 2018 Consultation.

    We desperately need increased funding to cycling and walking infrastructure. And to ensure the funding is used effectively, we need an Active Transportation Strategy.

    As a person who chooses to live without a personal vehicle, I know the gaps and inherent risks of using our underfunded active transportation infrastructure all too well. Please provide additional funding for more protected bike lanes, wider sidewalks and better accessibility for people with disabilities.

    Specifically, the budge should include at least $100 million per year for bike paths and protected bike lanes. As you are aware, $100 million is a drop in the bucket compared to what is spent each year on roadways that are primarily used by motor vehicles.

    It would be deeply unfair to continue building our transportation infrastructure in a way that favours the most harmful and least resource-efficient means of travel (i.e., personal vehicles), while penalizing those who cannot afford or choose not to use personal vehicles.

    Communities across BC need safe and affordable active transportation networks. Please develop an Active Transportation Strategy and increase funding for cycling and walking infrastructure.

    Thank you for your work towards this goal.
  • commented 2017-12-07 09:47:29 -0800
    Please move forward on the creation of an active transportation strategy and commit the resources needed to enable everyone to safely cycle and walk for their daily trips.
  • commented 2017-12-07 07:30:06 -0800
    Please invest in local communities by investing in, and developing, more safe cycling infrastructure, separated from car traffic. I believe giving people another clean and healthy transportation choice will benefit the community as a whole, making them more liveable.
  • commented 2017-12-06 22:05:08 -0800
    Dear Premier, Ministers, and Members,

    I am a longtime cyclist. I commute to work everyday by bike, I take cycling vacations in the region, and I bike for errands, social events, and exercise. I will bike nearly everywhere it is legal to do so, despite aggressive drivers, lack of infrastructure, and difficult transitions between cycle friendly areas. However, since becoming a parent, I am more acutely aware of the limited opportunities I have to take my child on routes that I feel are actually safe.

    There is no entirely safe route to get to the ferries near Vancouver, to visit my child’s grandparents in Victoria by bike (I have biked the route many times, and would not take a child trailer on it). North Vancouver has some quite hazardous areas that I’d never bike through with my child. The Massey Tunnel shuttle is a major constraint due to the infrequency of its operation in the winter, and if your bike is not a standard size (e.g. our cargo bike), I’m not sure it’s even possible to use.

    We took our first multi-day cycling trip with toddler on a paved off-road trail (Olympic Discovery Trail) in Washington State this summer, and it was fantastic. Safe, easy to access, well developed/signed, etc. In looking for a spot for the next trip, I realized that BC really has limited options for this kind of vacation. Our province is not the leader in Canada as a tourist destination for cyclists – Quebec’s Route Verte system is a major tourist draw, and includes partnerships with cycle friendly accommodations. There is no similar system here, and I think is a shame, both as an opportunity to draw tourists here, and as infrastructure for British Columbians too.

    Looking forward to the time when my child starts riding his own bike, I am not confident that we’ll find it easy to take him on safe routes that actually get us somewhere useful. I hope this will change.

    I want to keep cycling because it benefits me (personal satisfaction, lots of exercise, lower ecological footprint, lower cost) and it benefits my community (less land needed for parking, driving, etc., better air quality, less traffic, better public health outcomes). Vancouver has done a lot and continues to greatly improve the infrastructure here, but I think BC should aspire to be the Canadian leader in promoting and supporting cycling for everyone.
  • commented 2017-12-06 20:46:10 -0800
    Investments in cycling infrastructure throughout BC will improve the well-being, fitness, and sense of community belonging amongst British Columbians. It will help newcomers become mobile and independent at a much lower cost than driving.

    The improvements I would most like to see are 1) support for municipalities that are investing in separate cycling lanes, particularly on commercial thoroughfares, 2) support for employers that provide secure bike storage areas, showers, lockers, and change rooms to their cycling employees, 3) support for multimodal Transportation, particularly additional space to travel with bikes and chariots for carrying kids on the Skytrain and municipal buses, 4) support for cycling training programs for recent immigrants, new parents, and employers, and 5) tax credits for electric assist bikes and for replacing a car with a bicycle.

    Thank you for considering these suggestions and for developing the Active Transportation Strategy.
  • commented 2017-12-06 15:36:03 -0800
    I’ve been commuting by bicycle for about 10 years. During that time a few major pieces of cycling infrastructure have dramatically improved my safety and enjoyment; the widening of the sidewalks on the Ironworkers Memorial Bridge and the construction of (much of) the Spirit Trail in North Vancouver were particularly important. I’ve seen the number of riders swell over the years and the range of participants has expanded from predominantly young athletic males to a much wider slice of the population.

    Please continue to invest in cycling infrastructure and connect the many disparate pieces of the bicycle network together. It allows families like mine to save money by only owning one car, and it turns my wasted commute time into valuable exercise time.

    I’d also like to reinforce the point that for me and many others, cycling isn’t just recreation: it’s transportation – and as such it deserves the same attention and budget that other transportation modes are afforded.
  • commented 2017-12-06 14:50:13 -0800
    Thank you in advance for considering this investment

    I bike Commute from Delta to North Burnaby every day. I do so because I love cycling and it’s good for the environment and my health, but also because I know the majority of my Commute is on safe, dedicated bike paths like the BC Parkway. Without the assurance of safety provided by bike paths and bike lanes, I and many others like me would likely be adding to the congested traffic and crowded transit system.

    I know there are thousands like me who gratefully utilize such routes daily and those numbers would rise as increased access to safe paths and lanes were made available by a forward-thinking government.

    Please consider investing in this strategy.

    Thank you.
  • commented 2017-12-06 14:42:24 -0800
    No other form of transportation gives so much back to society as investment in safe and convenient cycling infrastructure. From reduced congestion as more motorists take advantage of the option to better health of the individuals who ride to a healthier society due to reduced pollution and to safer streets with potentially fewer cars. And it’s politically popular. It’s a no-brainer.
  • commented 2017-12-06 14:41:58 -0800
    Please considerthe role that cycling plays as cities get denser, and our demand for cleaner energy sources and a clean environment increases.

    Cycling is a healthy, sustainable and efficient method of transportation. effectively the best way to green urban cores.
  • commented 2017-12-06 14:33:04 -0800
    Dear all:

    I love that you are helping to make BC, and for me especially Vancouver, more bicycle friendly. Having safer bicycle routes is the best of increasing cycling to work and wherever. Thank you for your support.
  • commented 2017-12-06 14:31:14 -0800
    I can only speak for the lower mainland, but the recent efforts to make BC cities more accessible and safe by bicycle must be commended. Please continue to consider this as a long term strategy to offset both pollution and congestion,.. and as a lead-in to an obvious future,.. e-bikes, and more robust transit in the region. Keep up the good work, but please don’t stop now, a few more key pieces in the lower mainland and we might just meet that critical plateau where this is less of a divisive issue and cycling becomes a dominant form of transportation.
  • commented 2017-12-03 20:43:31 -0800
    Mxs. Over the course of 30 years I have seen my city transform from one where cyclists were a curious sight on the roads to one where they are a powerful and growing presence in terms of sheer numbers, diversity and political clout. We are now glimpsing around the shores of the Salish Sea, something that is common in cities and towns all over Europe – people riding bikes for practical reasons. Not cyclists. Not people who define themselves by their mode of transportation. But just people, riding from A to B, in regular clothes, because it is the most practical, cost effective and healthiest way to get around.

    This transformation of Vancouverites from predominantly car drivers into bike riders and transit users didn’t happen overnight, and it didn’t happen in a vacuum. Many factors played a part – densification, environmental concerns, rising fuel costs – to name a few. They affected the uptake of cycling for sure but in limited ways.

    The principal driver for getting people cycling was the development of a network of designated bike routes that allowed bikers to traverse the city without the immense danger of traveling on major thoroughfares designed solely for automobile traffic.

    With the new bike routes a lot more adults began choosing cycling as a transportation option. However it wasn’t until safe, separated bike lanes began to appear, Dunsmuir, Hornby, Burrard, that we saw the really significant change. We began to see far more families out cycling together, parents and kids sharing a bike ride around the city, safe in their secure and sanctioned strip of pavement. Cycling will be a normal choice for them, something encouraged by their parents and practiced by their peers.

    However, cycling needs to be as convenient as driving for it to become more widely adopted for transportation. To travel by bike between communities we need to build cycling highways that make it easy and safe to travel longer distances. The patchwork of bike paths, lanes, routes, and bits of sidewalk that comprise our “cycling network” all over the Province results in challenging wayfinding and indirect routing. For transportation routes to be efficient they need to go as directly as possible between key locations.

    Greater funding for cycling infrastructure projects is more than offset by the societal and health benefits of a more active population, while zero emission transportation helps not just the participant but the planet. We can all benefit from living in an environment with fewer exhaust pipes.

    Investing in cycling infrastructure is an investment in the low carbon economy. The driver of cycling growth over the next generation will be the introduction of low cost electric assist bicycles. With the convenience of a bike but the speed and power of an electric motor, ebikes stand to revolutionize urban and interurban cycling in the near future. The result will likely be that many more people will choose ebiking over driving or transit, putting a huge strain on such a cycling network as we have now.

    I ask the government to commit $100M per year towards infrastructure projects to support the huge number of people who chose to cycle today, the even greater numbers who will be cycling next year, and to prepare our communities for the imminent boom in ebiking.


    Alistair Barrett
  • commented 2017-12-02 11:58:22 -0800
    It will very be appreciate if the province of British Columbia invest in more secure way to cycle between region of the Lower Mainland. White paint on the side of the road is nice but Greenway are more secure.
  • commented 2017-12-01 15:40:30 -0800
    As a cyclist who commutes to work daily in Vancouver, I would like to express my support for the Province to improve cycling infrastructure throughout BC, for people’s health, safety and our economy.

    One thing that I thing that I would LOVE to see happen is converting the Southern Vancouver Island railway into a multi-use trail to share with cyclists, hikers and people who use scooters or wheelchairs for mobility. An extended multi-use trail with camping spots along side could become a major cycle-tour attraction for the Island, and also be enjoyed by locals for daytime walks or hikes.

    I also STRONLY encourage that with whatever the Province decides to do about the Massey Tunnel, that they install a bike and pedestrian crossing along with it. If the tunnels are twinned, then perhaps consider putting a bike and pedestrian bridge to cross overtop. It would be great for commuters, cycle tourists, and scenic walk for everyone.
  • commented 2017-11-29 19:35:03 -0800
    My region (the North Shore) lags behind the City of Vancouver in its progress toward providing safe, connected cycling infrastructure. I’ve also experienced and lived in neighbourhoods in Metro Vancouver where walking is given little priority in terms of safety, design or convenience. Let’s do better! If we want to improve health outcomes, cultivate more connected communities, and incentivize people to get around without their cars more often, we need a clear financial and policy commitment: it’s time to act on creating a provincial active transportation strategy and increase investment in the infrastructure, education and safety improvements that will deliver this. And we need our residents on board, too. I can’t wait to see what transpires.
  • commented 2017-11-28 21:59:57 -0800
    I was very pleased to hear that the Finance Committee’s report on the 2018 Budget consultations recommends the creation of an active transportation strategy including increased investment in active transportation infrastructure, education, promotion and safety.

    I believe that this will lead to improved safety for cyclists and encourage more people to take up cycling. On the North Shore, this will help reduce the following: traffic congestion; the pressure on automobile parking places; greenhouse gas emissions; and health care costs.
  • commented 2017-11-28 21:33:38 -0800
    I am a 74 year’s old active cyclist, one of some 250 seniors who ride regularly with the West Vancouver Seniors Centre’s outdoor cycling clubs. In my case and many others the health benefits of safe cycling are considerable which is made possible by safe cycling infrastructure. Not all cycle routes are safe when combined with traffic and pedestrians in shared lanes and mixed use paths. In addition to completing the various urban networks and their interconnections now facing significant physical obstacles requiring bridges or other structures, there are many costly improvements needed to existing networks. Funding is a problem. This is especially true in West Vancouver. A role for provincial resources in facilitating wider bike usage and improving public health is clear. Network users are not confined to local residents but many travel across several boundaries, sometimes across First Nation lands. I’m delighted to learn that your government is considering support for active transportation solutions including a financial commitment to that end. I look forward to a coherent strategy and adequate funding provision in the budget. However, those commitments would, I trust, be used cost effectively. Thank you for your consideration.
  • commented 2017-11-28 10:49:28 -0800
    The NDP have promised to that they will be “committed to making cycling, walking and other forms of active transportation safer and more accessible, and we will work with communities to determine what investments are needed.”

    The Green Party have made similar promises, with commitments to “develop criteria for sustainability analysis of transportation investments and prioritize investments that promote transportation choices with a low carbon footprint, such as cycling”

    While this is a good starting point, there is still much work that needs to be done before concrete results can be achieved. With a new government in place, there is a very real opportunity for change. Please make these changes, reduce the vulnerability of cyclists and make B.C. a healthier, less congested and lower pollution.
  • commented 2017-11-27 22:43:23 -0800
    Please consider increasing investment in a active transportation strategy so that people of all ages and abilities can make more trips by cycling, increasing the congestion on our roads, and promoting a healthier lifestyle.
  • commented 2017-11-27 15:10:49 -0800
    I urge you to to adopt an Active Transportation Strategy and increased funding for cycling infrastructure.
  • commented 2017-11-27 11:35:30 -0800
    It is clear to me, and I expect to you, that the benefits of active transportation are vast. From personal health, general population health, to financial (again both personal and province wide).

    I urge you to embrace strategies that will improve infrastructure for safe active transportation.
  • commented 2017-11-26 17:07:27 -0800
    I am very pleased to hear the Finance Committee’s report on the 2018 Budget consultations recommends the creation of an active transportation strategy including increased investment in active transportation infrastructure, education, promotion and safety. It is critical that the BC Government move forward on this, and commit the resources needed to enable everyone to safely cycle for their daily trips.
  • commented 2017-11-21 20:08:09 -0800
    I bike 5 days a week in the summer and (fat bike) as much as i can in the winter months both for recreation and to commute. Cycling growing and i would love to see the government support new infrastructure and maintenance funding for existing infrastructure and Trail maintenance for localized non profit groups.

    Thank you!
  • commented 2017-11-21 12:12:50 -0800
    Last month I was sideswiped while riding my bicycle. There was very little traffic and certainly no excuse for this behaviour.

    A lack of safe cycling infrastructure puts cyclists in harms way, reducing the numbers of those willing to cycle, thus increasing the volume of traffic, leading to more injuries and deaths (from air pollution, too), poorer physical health, social isolation, and additional ills.

    Constructing dedicated cycling infrastructure creates local jobs and leads to the improvement of local economies (most money spent on motor vehicles leaves our communities) and reduces the burden on our health system (better physical health).

    Please invest in our well-being!
  • commented 2017-11-21 03:45:30 -0800
    As a father who wants his young family to be able to cycle safely, I strongly believe we need to spend more resources to make cycling safer. There are far too many places that are just not safe to cycle. I personally cycle to work on a regular basis and know first hand how precarious it can be. If we make cycling safer, many more people will become more active and healthy. This in turn will reduce the pressure and resources spent on our health care system. Increasing cycling investment is a form of preventative medicine.
  • commented 2017-11-17 08:22:04 -0800
    Bridge approaches :

    In many cases through out BC the approach to a bridge is very dangerous for cyclists.

    Due to high concentration of motorists, their need to be hyper focused on merging and an absence of well thought through cycling approach routes there is a perfect to storm to injur cyclist AND limit uptake of new cycling commuters ( due to the real and present danger ) .

    The LIons Gate Bridge demonstrates good infrastructure while the North end of the Second Narrows demonstrates one of the worst.

    Please review this ASAP, as it is a major commuting route and fixing it would produce real and measurable benefits.

    Other Bridge approaches through out the province should also be reviewed as well.

    James Wilson

    Obsession: Bikes Ltd.
  • commented 2017-11-15 21:10:09 -0800
    Cycling keeps us fit. We need a transportation plan that includes safe bike lanes in the city
  • commented 2017-11-15 21:08:49 -0800
    I am so happy to hear that your government is committed to making cycling, walking and other forms of active transportation safer and more accessible. This is a critical part of moving to a post fossil fuel economy, and I urge you to work actively with municipalities to expand bicycle networks as quickly as funding and logistics allow.

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I call upon the Government of BC to enable everyone in BC to cycle & walk in safety as part of their daily lives by implementing an Active Transportation Strategy that includes:

  • Investing $1 billion over the next ten years to:
    • Upgrade cycling & walking facilities on provincial roads & bridges
    • Complete cycling & walking networks in communities across BC
    • Provide safe routes to school for children
    • Build trails & routes for cycling & walking tourism
  • Ensuring that paths & protected bike lanes can be safely shared by people using wheelchairs, skateboards & in-line skates
  • Enhancing cycling education for children & adults
  • Promoting cycling & walking
  • Encouraging electric bike use by eliminating the PST & providing rebates
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