At the TraC AGM, the following ideas for improving membership engagement were voted on: Car free days (22 votes) Group rides (19) Bike maintenance workshops (18) Pop up bike lanes (13) Maps/handbooks as part of membership (9) Hosting talks (6) Partnering with bike-friendly businesses to promote use of alternative transportation […]
TraC is calling on our members and supporters to support the BC Cycling Coalition’s campaign for a BC Active Transportation Strategy that will invest $1 billion over ten years in cycling, walking and disability accessible infrastructure. With $2.6 billion spent to replace the Port Mann and $3 billion slated to […]
Join us at a great show. TraC will be running a bike valet.
This year was the most successful Bike to Work Week yet. See the final report here. Final Published Report for SCBTWW Oct 2015
On October 3, the TraC bike lane clearing crew took on a section of North Road. This is a well-travelled route that connects Gibsons to the ferry, Sprockids Park and Persephone Brewing. We cleared both sides of a section about 100 m long. These areas were so overgrown that cyclists […]
July 31, 2015 – Cyclists and pedestrians using the Arundel Street Active Living Corridor will now have more separation from car and truck traffic thanks to an improved lane configuration. Read more at Thunder Bay site.
Note time change. This Saturday at 9 am, join TraC and other community members as we work on the final section of the new trail in Gibsons. If we get enough people out, we should be able to rough-in the last section so that it is usable by those on foot […]
At the first trail-building work party we literally had elementary school students, high schoolers, young adults, and some who are older than that. : ) This is a reminder that we will be meeting at the same spot, where Shaw Road meets the Inglis Trail, on Saturday, June 13 @ 1 […]
If you didn’t make it out to the big wrap-up party at Persephone Brewery on Sunday, then you’re probably bursting to know who won all the prizes. This year we decided to forego the usual Team Prizes and awards, as waiting for all the logged kms to come in really […]