2019 20 in 20 Infrastructure Challenge

Is there a pothole that needs filling on your bike route?

A faded bike lane that needs repainting?

A conflict area that could use green paint or plastic bollards?

Launched in 2018 as part of HUB Cycling’s 20th Anniversary, the 20 in 20 Infrastructure Challenge is a friendly competition encouraging decion-makers across the region to complete up to 20 quick bike infrastructure fixes in up to 20 days. From July to November 2019, check back here to see Quick Fixes completed in your community! Thanks to HUB Cycling’s Local Committees for submitting over 300 Quick Fix suggestions and to the 10 municipalities for taking part.

The top three winners will be awarded at HUB’s 7th Annual Bike Awards in February 2020.


2019 Quick Fix Highlights


City of Burnaby - New Signage (Willingdon Avenue at Canada Way) 

City of Burnaby - New Green Conflict Paint (Gaglardi Way at Mountain Parkway)

City of Burnaby - New Bicycle Signage (SB 1700 Block Willingdon Avenue)


City of New Westminster - Bollard Modification (Ewen Avenue)

City of New Westminster - New Green Conflict Paint (WB Boyd Street at Gifford Street)

City of New Westminster - Patching (Second Street south of 6th Avenue)


City of New Westminster - Replaced Baffle Gate with Single Bollard (Brunette Fraser Greenway at Braid Station)


City of Richmond - New Bicycle Signage (WB Landsdowne at Minoru Blvd) 

City of Richmond -  Re-Painted Bike Lane & Bike Stencil (Minoru Boulevard NB between Granville and Westminster Highway)