Read our 10 general rules that we consider when building cycling routes for people of all ages and abilities (AAA).
We are building and expanding Vancouver's cycling network with low-stress, high quality routes that are:
Guided by Transportation 2040, we will consult on and implement five-year plans that prioritize:
Learn more about current projects in the list, below.
We're proposing to upgrade the 10th Avenue Corridor between Victoria Drive and Trafalgar Street to be more safe, convenient, and comfortable for everyone to walk and cycle.
Learn about proposed improvements to the Union-Adanac Corridor between Gore Avenue and Kamloops Street planned for 2017.
This project will link the Heather, Cambie, Ontario, and Kent Avenue bikeways with the Canada Line Pedestrian-Cyclist Bridge between Vancouver and Richmond.
The Comox-Helmcken Greenway provides an important east-west connection through Downtown from False Creek to Stanley Park. It is being developed in two phases.
Learn what measures we are taking to address bikeway maintenance issues and make the cycling network safer and more comfortable by reducing motor vehicle traffic. The focus will start where bicycle traffic and the potential to encourage more people to ride are highest.
Review the options to replace the informal diagonal path at the west of Kitsilano Beach Park to improve safety and accessibility.
We are planning to upgrade and expand the the downtown bike network in summer 2016. Find out what routes will be affected.
Vancouver’s public bike share program - Mobi, bikes we share – launches in summer 2016. Learn more and sign up.
The Seaside Greenway Completion and York Bikeway provide a safe, convenient, and comfortable walking and cycling connection between Burrard Bridge and Jericho Beach.
The City will repave SW Marine Drive, widen its bike lanes, and add buffer space to improve the safety and comfort of people cycling.
The Park Board is improving cycling facilities in Stanley Park to make the park friendlier and safer for people walking, cycling, using transit, driving, and for people with limited mobility.