Transportation and Infrastructure

Twenty-six communities in British Columbia benefit from BikeBC funding

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Transportation and Infrastructure

Twenty-six communities in British Columbia benefit from BikeBC funding

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Government Communications and Public Engagement
Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
250 356-8241
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Government Communications and Public Engagement
Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
250 356-8241

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Twenty-six projects receive BikeBC funding

Communities receiving BikeBC funding:

  • Castlegar: $59,000 for the Kinnaird Bridge to College Trail Multi-Use Pathway.
  • Chilliwack: $150,420 for the Industrial Way Bicycle Lanes from Old Orchard to Progress Way.
  • Coldstream: $200,804 for the Coldstream Creek Multi-Use Shoulder.
  • Coquitlam: $422,500 for the Dogwood Fairview Citywide Greenway.  
  • Cowichan Valley Regional District: $511,274 for the Cowichan Valley Trail, Ladysmith to Chemainus Rail Trail Connector.  
  • Cumberland: $151,735 for the Bevan and Cumberland Road Cycling Project.
  • Dawson Creek: $83,294 for the 10th Street Multi-Use Path Extension.
  • East Kootenay Regional District: $1 million for the Westside Legacy Trail, Segments 1-4.
  • Fort St John: $340,000 for the 116 Street Multi-Use Path Connection.
  • Kamloops: $1 million for the Peterson Creek Multi-Use Path, Phase 1.
  • Kelowna: $777,435 for the Okanagan Rail Trail (Dilworth Drive to Airport Way).
  • Kimberley: $72,500 for the Kimberley Downtown Trails Connectivity project.
  • Langley: $98,650 for the 53rd Avenue Bike Lane project.
  • Nanaimo: $92,580 for transportation improvements from Dover Road to Turner Road.
  • North Cowichan: $472,311 for the Trans-Canada Multi-Use Path – Dike Trail Terminus to Drinkwater Road East.
  • Parksville: $179,890 for the Jensen Avenue Greenway Project.
  • Pemberton: $500,000 for the Pemberton-Mount Currie Commuter Friendship Trail Bridge.
  • Powell River: $183,869 for enhancement of the Manson Avenue Bike Corridor and Townsite Connector.
  • Port Alberni: $100,000 for the Stamp Avenue Multi-Use Path.
  • Prince George: $500,000 for the Highway 16 Frontage Road Multi-Use Trail.
  • Quesnel: $87,189 for the Gray Avenue Trail Connection.
  • Richmond: $586,250 for the River Drive Multi-Use Pathway.
  • Tofino: $1 million for the Tofino Multi-Use Path Extension to Pacific Rim National Park, Phase 1.
  • Trail: $191,018 for Pedestrian Bridge Siteworks Phase 2.
  • Vernon: $436,664 for the Okanagan Rail Trail Connector (Kalamalka Lake Road Multi-Use Path) and 29th/30th Street Transportation Corridor, Phase 5.
  • West Vancouver: $48,000 for the Hugo Ray Multi-Use Pathway.

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