Active Transportation and Complete Streets in British Columbia

Complete Streets ReportThe BC Cycling Coalition has been engaging municipal officials, transportation and planning professionals, our member organizations and members of the public to determine active transportation best practices, the barriers and challenges to the implementation of complete streets and active transportation networks.

It has proven to be both an exciting and challenging time to undertake this work. In 2016, there has been significant progress in active transportation planning and implementation in a few key communities in BC and across Canada.

We will be updating this report soon. Please enter your comments below on cycling and walking progress and problems that are not included in the report.

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Thanks to the Real Estate Foundation of BC & Vancity for supporting our Streets For Everyone work and MEC & Canada Bikes for supporting the work on this report.

         

 

Support for this project does not necessarily imply Vancity’s or the Real Estate Foundation of BC’s endorsement of the findings or contents of this report.


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  • Jim Evans
    commented 2018-04-14 20:31:49 -0700
    Does not call for removing dooring / door-zone bike lanes from engineering standards as far as I can see

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