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BikeBC projects for the South Coast
Updated May 30 and June 4, 2019

BikeBC projects for the South Coast are among 29 projects provincewide.

The South Coast is approved to receive BikeBC funding totalling $3,909,317 for the following 2019-20 projects:

  • The City of Abbotsford is approved to receive $299,685 for a separated two-way cycle track connecting elementary, middle and high schools to the recreation centre, library and the Discovery Trail.
  • The City of Chilliwack is approved to receive $437,263 to extend a separated pathway between Airport Road and Hocking Avenue on the Valley Rail Trail, providing a north-south connection for all ages and abilities.
  • The City of North Vancouver is approved to receive $1 million toward the Casano-Loutet cycling and pedestrian bridge over Highway 1. 
  • The City of Pemberton is approved to receive $7,500 to develop a cycling network plan that addresses active transportation within the community.
  • The City of Port Moody is approved to receive $205,295 for the South Shoreline Trail Improvements project, which will include a wider pathway, improved drainage conveyance and other improvements that will enhance safety and comfort along the route.
  • The District of Squamish is approved to receive $210,450 for upgrades to the Dentville section of the Discovery Trail, which will include a separated paved path with lighting.
  • The City of Vancouver is approved to receive $150,925 for cycling and pedestrian safety improvements at the 800 Robson Street – Permanent Plaza.
  • The City of Vancouver is also approved to receive $1 million for upgrades to the downtown bike network.
  • The District of West Vancouver is approved to receive $50,700 for separated bike lanes between the districts of West Vancouver and North Vancouver.
  • The District of Sechelt is approved to receive $547,500 for dedicated bike lanes connecting residents of West Sechelt and West Porpoise Bay with cycling access to the downtown core, schools and public transit, as well as various public amenities and tourist attractions.