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First(ish) Ride: Dallas Rd Trail

Posted by on Dec 21, 2020 in Advocacy, First Ride | 1 comment

We are a little bit late with this, but given today’s rain we figured a few pictures of the sun from earlier last month is not a bad thing. So here are some photos from the Dallas Rd trail and protected bike lane.

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Support a protected bike lane on Oak Bay Ave

Posted by on Nov 28, 2020 in Advocacy, Featured | 2 comments

The City of Victoria is asking for feedback about routes in the Jubilee neighbourhood, bordering on Oak Bay. We think now is the time to support a protected bike lane on Oak Bay Ave, especially with the recent “dooring” reminding of the why for protected bike lanes. Read on to learn how to say yes to this critical link.

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Come to a meeting about Oak Ave bike lanes

Posted by on Nov 18, 2020 in Advocacy, Featured | 2 comments

The South and North Jubilee Neighbourhood Associations are hosting a pair of meetings this week to learn about getting the Jubilee alignment options, including a potential protected bike lane on Oak Bay Ave within the City of Victoria.

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Press Release: GVCC saddened by death of cyclist, calls for better crash investigation, more investment in bike lanes

Posted by on Nov 10, 2020 in Advocacy, News | Comments Off on Press Release: GVCC saddened by death of cyclist, calls for better crash investigation, more investment in bike lanes

Sadly on Friday a woman on a bike lost her life at the corner of Gorge Rd and Harriet Rd on the Victoria and Saanich border. We are saddened by this loss. Read on for our statment about the tragedy:

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First Ride: Todd Creek Trestle

Posted by on Oct 31, 2020 in Advocacy, Featured, First Ride, News | Comments Off on First Ride: Todd Creek Trestle

Last weekend we headed out to kilometre 47 of the Galloping Goose Regional Trail to check out the newly reopened Todd Creek Trestle. Closed in 2017 due to structural issues, the CRD has spent the last two years extensively rebuilding this trestle. How extensively? Check out some of the photos below.

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Help get a 30 km/h speed limit pilot!

Posted by on Oct 17, 2020 in Advocacy | Comments Off on Help get a 30 km/h speed limit pilot!

Do you want quieter, safer residential streets in your neighbourhood? If so, they may be coming but we need your help to get there. Saanich has partnered with 9 other municipalities to run a pilot project to lower the speed limits on local streets from 2021 to 2024. That’s great! But they want to do at 40 km/h, which isn’t slow enough for kids, people walking, or people biking. You can add your voice to make the pilot 30 km/h

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