Vote for Better Biking
Municipal elections take place on November 15th in municipalities across Metro Vancouver, and we think it's important to understand local candidate positions on cycling.
Every candidate for public office should have a transportation platform. Investments in all-ages and abilities (AAA) connected cycling lanes and facilities is what's needed to actually continue our progress towards meeting Transportation 2040 goals.
Would your local candidates for mayor and council themselves vote in favour of investments towards improving cycling infrastructure in your municipality, and to fill critical gaps in the regional cycling network? And would they make these commitments within the next four-year election cycle?
We asked Metro Vancouver candidates to complete a 2-question survey about their position on cycling, and the results are in!
Download reports by municipality / district:
- City of Burnaby
- City of Coquitlam
- Corporation of Delta
- City of Maple Ridge
- City of New Westminster
- City of North Vancouver
- District of North Vancouver
- City of Pitt Meadows
- City of Port Coquitlam
- City of Port Moody
- City of Richmond
- City of Surrey
- City of Vancouver / Vancouver Park Board
- District of West Vancouver
- City of White Rock
- Electoral Area A
What do you think about the survey results?
- Tell HUB, the candidates and your followers on Twitter using #votetobike
- Post your thoughts on our Facebook page
Make informed choices this election cycle....and Vote to Bike on November 15th!