Public Dialogue: “Serious Cash for Cycling” May 2nd 2013

The British Columbia Cycling Coalition (BCCC) is hosting a panel discussion about the future of funding for cycling in BC. This election, cycling organizations are endorsing a Provincial Cycling Strategy which includes the recommendation that the province invest $75 million a year to improve cycling facilities and provide education for people of all ages and abilities. Isn’t it time to make this kind of serious investment in cycling?


Please join our three panelists as they discuss the future of cycling funding in BC:

  • Richard Campbell, President of the British Columbia Cycling Coalition
  • Erin O’Melinn, Executive Director of HUB:Your Cycling Connection
  • John Richards, School of Public Policy, SFU, Harbour Centre

What: Free Public Dialogue about the Future of Cycling Funding in BC

Where: Simon Fraser University, Harbour Centre, Rm 1600

When: May 2nd from 12:30 to 2:00pm.


Space is limited, so please register here.


Read more about the BCCC’s Provincial Cycling Strategy in the Candidate Brief



For those not based in the Lower Mainland, the first hour of the panel discussion will be webcast for viewing across the province. To view the webcast visit http://creative-services.sfu.ca/broadcast/. The broadcast will take place 12:30-1:30. You can also participate in the discussion and ask questions using the hashtag #cashforcycling.

If you are interested in making a donation to support the webcast, or have any leads please email [email protected]

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