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How should our streets change in response to COVID?

Posted by on Apr 11, 2020 in Advocacy, Featured, News | 1 comment

In response to the COVID pandemic, how can Greater Victoria municipalities change their streets for safe physical distancing of people who walk and bike?

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Saanich to start construction on Shelbourne bike lanes

Posted by on Apr 3, 2020 in Advocacy, Featured, Shelbourne | Comments Off on Saanich to start construction on Shelbourne bike lanes

Saanich is set to start construction this month on the long-anticipated and somewhat delayed Shelbourne Street Improvement Project, which will bring continuous, if not protected, bike lanes from the City of Victoria border to Mt Doug Park over the next few years. Saanich has indicated that they feel that construction is safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, but that may change.

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Time for safer streets during COVID-19

Posted by on Mar 31, 2020 in Advocacy, Featured, News | 2 comments

We’ve partnered with Walk On, Victoria, the Greater Victoria Placemaking Network and the Bicycle Mayor of Victoria to help call for better and safer streets during our COVID-19 outbreak.

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What would you do with $2 million?

Posted by on Jan 19, 2020 in Advocacy, Featured, News | 2 comments

Update: Council will now be discussing this on the 28th, so still time to send in an email.
Saanich Councillors Rebecca Merserau, Zac de Vries and Ned Taylor are proposing accelerating Saanich’s Active Transportation Plan by adding $2 million per year to help build new bike lanes and sidewalks.

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More on advisory bike lanes

Posted by on Dec 17, 2019 in Advocacy, News | Comments Off on More on advisory bike lanes

What are advisory bike lanes?

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Air and noise pollution, we’re monitoring you

Posted by on Dec 16, 2019 in Advocacy, Featured | Comments Off on Air and noise pollution, we’re monitoring you

The GVCC and the Greater Victoria Placemaking Netowrk have partnered on creating an air and noise pollution monitor, Street Sense. We’ve just finished the prototype, but there is a lot of possibility ahead

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