TraC needs your input! We would like to know which high risk locations for cyclists and pedestrians on the Sunshine Coast you think are the greatest priority for improvement. We plan to share these results with our local government and the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure (MOTI) to advocate and […]
After some discussion, we’ve decided to cancel Active Transportation Month this May. We may try and run a similar or scaled-down event later in 2020, depending on how the situation evolves. We also want to alert our members to the following information, to assist you in making informed choices about […]
Celebrate all of the hard work that went into and the achievements of Active Transportation Month! May 30th, 6:30pm at Gumboot Cafe, Roberts Creek ATM contest winners announced! Prizes from Elphi Cycles, Off the Edge Bike shop and Alpha Adventures.
Bike To Work Week and Bike To School Week is starting next week, beginning May 27th and running until June 2nd. If you are travelling using sustainable modes between 7 and 9am, Monday, May 27th to Friday, May 31st, stop by our Sechelt and Gibsons celebration stations for refreshments. How to Register: […]
During Active Transportation Month, Sunshine Coast Transit launched their “Kids Ride the Bus” program in local schools. Students at Ecole du Pacifique and Gibsons Elementary were treated to an hour of transit information and guidance by two engaging transit drivers, learning how public transit works and how to use it […]
The Sunshine Coast is now covered by a new Highway Maintenance Agreement (specifications here) that allows users to report road issues via Twitter and Instagram. This is so much easier than the old landline system. If you see anything out there that needs fixing contact Capilano Highways on the following […]
www.scrd.ca/go/atm2019 Check out local events!Please join us for local events happening throughout the month of May. Click a point on the adjacent map to find out what’s happening. Be sure to click the links in the pop up to find out further information about what’s happening near you.
The District of Sechelt has published a beautiful Lower Sunshine Coast User Friendly Trail. Printed copied available in early May. See the press release here.