Right to Bike. Every child should have the right to learn how to confidently, comfortably ride a bicycle. HUB is working with HASTE and the BCCC to ensure that BC children and youth receive excellent standardized cycling education. Get Involved
Converting the Arbutus Corridor Railway Line into a Bike Route. Get Involved
Ensuring major bridges in Metro Vancouver are accessible for bicycles and pedestrians. Get Involved
Encouraging commitments to bicycle education with every infrastructure addition. Get Involved
Better accessibility for bikes on transit & more. Get Involved
Since the 2011 municipal elections, you might be interested to see how bike-friendly your elected officials are by checking out the HUB's candidate Q&A.
Commitment from Provincial Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and the Vancouver Parks Board to improve cycling safety on the Stanley Park Causeway (2013)
Burrard - Point Grey Seaside Bike Route Improvements Approved and Construction Started (2013)
Cycling Education Commitment from City of Surrey to Reach All 100 Elementary Schools (2013)
Canada Line Bridge, Cambie Bridge, and Union-Adanac Bikeway Improvements Approved and Construction Started (2013)
Comox-Helmcken Greenway Opening (2013)
Iron Workers' Memorial Bridge Bikeway Widening Commitment (2013)
Cycling education in all New Westminster middle schools (2012)
North Shore Cycling Map Developed by HUB Local Committee (2012)
Downtown Vancouver Separated Bike Lanes Made Permanent (2012)
Surrey: Opening of the Pioneer Overpass, Completion of Surrey's First Neighbourhood Bike Boulevard, Opening of Cycling Overpass over Hway 1 at Tynehead Park (2011)
Canada Line Separated Cycling Bridge between Richmond and Vancouver (2009)
Central Valley Greenway Opening (2009)
Burrard Bridge Separated Bike Lane (2009)
Bike Racks on all Buses (2007)
Pedestrian & Cycling Improvements on Queensborough Bridge (2006)
Bikes on SkyTrain (2003) & Expansion of Access (2005)
Patullo Bridge Sidewalk Off Ramp Improvements (Surrey, 2003)
Wider Sidewalks for Cyclists on Lions Gate Bridge and Stanley Park Causeway, Preservation of the Lougheed Bike Lanes (2001)
How can you get involved?
We have committees working in most local municipalities to improve cycling education, infrastructure and policy. Join HUB, and then join a local group.
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