New Westminster


Ride your bike in New Westminster? Interested in local cycling advocacy, education or events? Attend your local HUB committee meeting to see what's happening. All are welcome - no experience required! 

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HUB Cycling views the diversity of our members and communities as assets and strive to create and sustain a diverse and culturally competent organization that reflects the populations we serve. This is central to our mission, “to get more people cycling more often” and to our ongoing efforts to remove barriers to cycling.




Chairs: Andrew Feltham & Garey Carlson


Twitter: @HUBcyclingnw

Instagram: @Hubnewwestminster

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Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the New Westminster Local Committee meets virtually.

Monthly, on the 4th Wednesday of each month, 6:30-8:30 pm (No meetings in August and December)
Location: Online, via Zoom. Some meetings also held in-person & hybrid.
Next Meeting: Wednesday, August 24. 6:30 @ Moody Park
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News & Current Issues

  • Q2Q Pedestrian & Bicycle Bridge
  • Waterfront Connections between Pier Park and Sapperton Landing
  • City of New Westminster Master Transportation Plan.
  • Central Valley Greenway—Read more
  • Development of links from and through New Westminster to neighbouring municipalities along with better signage including to Burnaby across Tenth Avenue
  • Safety and comfort for cyclists on local bridges, including the Pattullo Bridge upgrades
  • Routes to facilitate hill climbing in New Westminster such as the Golden Hill route
  • Safe routes to school and bike facilities at the new high school 
  • Sidewalk Cycling - cycling on sidewalks isn't permitted in most of Greater Vancouver. Maple Ridge and New West are exceptions (although HUB does not necessarily support cycling on sidewalks anywhere).


  • Completion of the new secondary school, which includes a bike path along its front and ample bike parking facilities (2021)
  • Connection of the Crosstown Greenway to the west side of the new secondary school with a new multi-user path through Moody Park that connects to the new bicycle path from the intersection of 8th Street and 8th Avenue to the new school’s bike path (2021)
  • Interim treatment for the Agnes Greenway (2021)
  • Improvements to the Central Valley Greenway in New Westminster by reallocating road space to cyclists on the west side of East Columbia Street between Debeck Street and Strand Avenue (2021)
  • Connection of the London-Dublin bike route to the Crosstown Greenway via a three-block long bicycle route along 10th Street, which was also repaved (2021)
  • Separated bike lanes on the uphill sections in each direction of the 3rd Avenue/Quayside Overpass (2021)
  • Flexi-bollards added to most NW schools to improve safety for people biking and walking (2021)
  • Improvements to wayfinding signage in the vicinity of the Queensborough Bridge and along the BC Parkway (2013-2015)
  • Ride Right, Get Cycling workshop, hosted by HUB New Westminster, focused on educating new cyclists (2015)
  • Resurfacing on portions of the BC Parkway (2014 & 2015)
  • Approval from New Westminster Council for improvements to the bike route along Braid Street between Brunette Avenue and the Bailey Bridge, providing an important link between New Westminster and Coquitlam (2014)
  • Cycling into Summer workshop, hosted by HUB New Westminster, with a focus on bike tourism (2014)
  • New bike path along Eighth Street by the Anvil Centre between Columbia Street and Carnarvon Street (2014)
  • Cyclist education workshops at schools (2010-2012)
  • An updated version of the New Westminster Bicycle Map (2010)
  • Input in the implementation of the Central Valley Greenway through New Westminster (2009)
  • Pedestrian and cycling improvements on Queensborough Bridge (2006)
  • Commitment for bike end-of-trip facilities at new high school (2005)
  • Boyd Street bike lanes in Queensborough (2004)
  • Improved access ramps to both sides of Pattullo Bridge (2002)
  • Completion of the Crosstown Greenway on 7th Avenue with safe pedestrian overpass and bike signals (2001)
  • Creating of New West Bicycle Advisory Committee (2000)


Reporting Concerns

If there's something that needs to be fixed within the City of New Westminster, you can fill out a Transportation Action Request Form with the city's Engineering Department. You can also report it through the See Click Fix App, free to use on your mobile device. 


Cycling Maps

The City of New Westminster and TransLink have created maps of the cycling networks in New Westminster to help all cyclists navigate safely and comfortably on their bikes. These maps are updated regularly to provide current information on cycling and show the comfort levels of each route based on how separated it is from traffic. PDF versions of the maps for New Westminster are available at the links below. Cycling maps for other Metro Vancouver municipalities are available at


Cycling 'Hot Spots' in New Westminster 

As part of HUB's State of Cycling project, produced a series of maps highlighting conflict areas for cyclists across Metro Vancouver. See the map for 'hot spots' in New Westminster. Please note that these maps show conflicts, but don't account for ridership levels. You can log conflicts/crashes and near misses on Help improve cycling infrastructure and close 'gaps' by getting involved with HUB's work in your area. See details above for the New Westminster Local Committee. Special thanks to for all their help and assistance producing these maps.