Richmond / YVR
Ride your bike in Richmond or around YVR/Sea Island? Interested in local cycling action, education or events? Attend your local HUB Cycling committee meeting to see what's happening. All are welcome - no experience required!
Email your local Committee Chair to be added to the mailing list.
- Chair: Stephen DesRoches
- E-mail: email@example.com
Update: Please note that in-person meetings are on hold due to COVID-19. The Richmond Committee continues to meet virtually. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Monthly: 2nd Thursday, 7-8:30pm (No meetings in July and August)
- Location: City Community Centre 5900 Minoru Blvd, 2nd Floor, Richmond, BC V6X 0L9
- Find out more: Visit the HUB Richmond/ YVR wiki
HUB Committee Calendar
News & Current Events
- Working with the City of Richmond on updating the Transportation Plan.
- Working with MoTI on improving the Shell Road Trail.
- Providing input on Massey Tunnel replacement plan.
- Regular assessment rides of the city are being done.
- Support for more secure bike parking
Bike Rack Locations in Richmond
Cycling 'Hot Spots' in Richmond
As part of HUB's State of Cycling project, BikeMaps.org produced a series of maps highlighting conflict areas for cyclists across Metro Vancouver. See the map for 'hot spots' in Richmond. Please note that these maps show conflicts, but don't account for ridership levels. You can log conflicts/crashes and near misses on BikeMaps.org. Help improve cycling infrastructure and close 'gaps' by getting involved with HUB's work in your area. See details above for the Richmond Local Committee. Special thanks to BikeMaps.org for all their help and assistance producing these maps.
- Multi-use path added on Mccallan Road from River Road to Westminster Hwy (2017)
- Upgrade of crosswalk at Westminster Highway at Mccallan Road to a pedestrian/ crossbike with bicycle detection (2016)
- Neighbourhood bike route on Ash Street between Williams Road And Granville Ave (2016)
- Addition of bike-activated lights at Ash St and Blundell intersection (2016)
- Multi-use path added on the north side between May Drive and Garden City Road (2016)
- Installation of a Steam Whistle Brewing Bike Repair Station at O'Hares Gastropub on Steveston Highway at Railway (2015)
- Postponement of the removal of a bike lane along Granville Ave from City Hall (No. 3 Road) to Minoru (2015)
- Green surface treatments on bike lanes - Cooney Rd, Granville Ave, Great Canadian Way (north of Bridgeport Road), Minoru Blvd, and Westminster Highway at No. 5 Road (2014-15).
- Westminster Highway improvements in the vicinity of Gilley Rd and Smith Cr (2014)
- Parkside Neighbourhood Link - protected multi-use pathway on Granville Ave between Ash St and Garden City Park (2014)
- No. 6 Road Pathway, a 2-way off-street multi-use pathway, part of the Westminster Highway-Commerce Parkway road widening project (2014)
- Ride the Road cycling education - HUB provided five-day in-class and playground-based bike courses to a total of 8 grade 4,5,6 & 7 students at two local schools, in cooperation with the Richmond School District and City of Richmond (2014)
- Learn to Ride cycling education - HUB led a beginners course for recent immigrants residing in Richmond, in cooperation with Immigrant Services Society of BC and City of Richmond (2014)
- Railway Avenue Greenway enhancements (2014)
- Separated bike lane on Westminster Highway from Nelson to McMillan Way (2013-14)
- Railway Avenue Greenway completed (2013)
- Completed HUB Committee assessment rides of Shell Road, Canada Line Bridge connection, Tillbury Industrial Park, and the South Perimeter Road (2012-13)
- Crabapple Ridge Bike Route - City of Richmond’s first neighbourhood bike route, a north-south local road route and off-street pathway between Terra Nova and Steveston (2012)
- Richmond HUB Committee formed (2012)
2018 Municipal Election
Would your local candidates for mayor and council vote in favour of increasing cycling education, investment, and infrastructure that would #UnGapTheMap in your municipality and the region more broadly? And would they make these commitments within the next four-year election cycle?
We asked all the candidates to complete a brief survey about their position on cycling, and the results are in! (Download PDF)
* Candidate responses listed in alphabetical order within each election race, beginning with Mayor.