Infrastructure Successes

We work with local, regional, and provincial decision-makers, and community groups & businesses on projects related to cycling policies and infrastructure, bike education, and awareness. These projects help build healthier, happier, more connected communities. 

Many improvements we've recommended to municipal and provincial governments, plus TransLink, have resulted in wins for active transportation, road safety, and healthy communities.

In 2020 alone, our #UnGapTheMap campaign led to numerous infrastructure successes and several municipalities and government bodies were awarded at the 8th Annual Bike Awards.

We teamed up with municipalities across the region for the 20 in 20 Infrastructure Challenge- resulting in 452 suggested fixes and 114 low-cost quick bike infrastructure fixes, with high user impact.


20 in 20 Infrastructure Challenge Winners:

2020 Winners announced at HUB’s 8th annual Bike Awards 

  1. City of Burnaby
  2. City of Surrey
  3. City of Richmond

In addition to all of those Quick Fixes, we awarded two more infrastructure improvements awards.


Infrastructure Improvements Award Winners:


2020 Winners:

City of North Vancouver |  West 1st/2nd Street Protected Cycle Lane

MoTI & Township of Langley | 216 Street Project


2020 Successes

Click on the map to see all 2020 successes. A selection of successes are highlighted below. 


Township of Langley

  • Multi-use path and protected bike lanes added to both sides of roadway on 216th St interchange between Telegraph Tr and 80th Ave. (2020 Infrastructure Improvement Award Winner)

City of North Vancouver

  • Protected bike lanes added to West 1st/2nd St between Mackay St and West 3rd St (2020 Infrastructure Improvement Award Winner)
  • MacKay Rd multi-use path connects W 1st St to Marine Dr 
  • Unidirectional protected bike lane added to the south side of Cotton Rd, between Gladstone Ave and Brooksbank Ave 


City of Burnaby

  • Multi-use path added on Burnaby Mountain Parkway from Centennial Way to Galardi Way


City of Coquitlam

  • Multi-use path added on Lougheed Highway between Christmas Way and Westwood St.
  • Phase 2 of