bike routes Tag Archive

Kitsilano Bike Path Controversy Continues

I’ve purposely ignored the controversy surrounding the Park Board plan to upgrade the bike route from Vanier Park...

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Does Building Bike Lanes Cause an Increase in Cycling?

Today’s column takes a look the “If you build it, they will come,” phenomenon popularized by the 1989...

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Bikeway Traffic Changes in Kitsilano

About three weeks ago, three intersections on the Off-Broadway bike route had their stop-signs changed. First, the...

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A Tale of 3 Cities – A Comparison of Cycling in Halifax, Toronto & Vancouver

In early July, my family and I took a vacation to Halifax, Nova Scotia, and on our way back to Vancouver, we spent some...

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In Depth: Final Recommendations Made for Point Grey-Cornwall Active Transportation Corridor

The media has had a field day with last week’s release of the Vancouver city staff final recommendations for the...

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Safety in Numbers: Why a Bike Lane in Kitsilano? [infographic]

Brent Granby passed along an excellent infographic on the Kitsilano Bike Lane produced by Holly Foxcroft and Jen Cook....

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No Free Rides for Cyclists

One of the frequent objections by those who complain about the city directing any resources into cycling infrastructure...

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City Releases Cornwall/Point Grey Road Design Proposals

This past weekend, the City released its design proposals for improvements along Cornwall Ave and Pt. Grey Road. The...

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Vancouver Cycling News Roundup

There’s a bunch of news and happenings around our community these days relating to cycling. Here are a few items:...

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Traffic circles: Studies show they’re dangerous to Vancouver cyclists

A little over a year ago, I wrote a bit on proper use of traffic-circles. In case you’re not familiar with them,...

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