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“Active Transportation”

Does the NPA really believe this stuff or is it just good politics? Either way it goes to the issue of trust.

The NPA has been attempting to frame traffic calming measures and safety upgrades in Kitsilano all summer as a wedge issue against the Mayor and Council. The synopsis of their message is “the Mayor and Council don’t listen and they are creating a private road for uber-rich along West Point Grey”. In a television interviews […]

The state of people riding bikes in Vancouver: send more children, women and older folks

The City of Vancouver has considered an impressive collection of measures to improve the built environment of the roadway system to promote more cycling. The City needs to promote active transportation and transit use as the city grows as road space is limited. The plan is called  2040 transportation plan.  Soon  Council will be deciding […]

More open houses on Active Transportation Corridor on Point Grey Road-Cornwall Ave

From Active Transportation at the City of Vancouver Point Grey Road-Cornwall Avenue Active Transportation Corridor Project Update Following up on our last update, this email is to provide you with information about the upcoming public open houses for the second phase of consultation for the Point Grey Road-Cornwall Avenue Corridor Project. The open houses will […]

The city starts consultation on “active transportation corridor” in Kits

The City would like your input regarding an active transportation corridor connecting the Burrard Bridge to Jericho Beach From: Dhaneva Panday, Planning Assistant City of Vancouver | Engineering Services, Active Transportation 507 West Broadway, Vancouver, BC V5Z 0B4 T: 604.873.7917| E: dhaneva.panday@vancouver.ca Hello, I’m emailing you to connect and inform you of an upcoming project […]