Great to see the new bike lanes on William Street! With this piece of infrastructure now in place, our community is another step closer to enjoying a complete network of cycling routes. Designated cycling routes can help keep cyclists safer, attract new cyclists, and make cycling a more viable means of daily transportation. Plans for […]
“No matter how safe vehicles, roads and drivers are, all of these things will fail beyond certain speeds.” (Love 30 Canada) Municipalities around the world are reducing the speeds of motorized traffic, particularly on roads where vehicles and people mix. Research shows both the probability of a collision and the probability of fatal collisions increase […]
This new resource from the Alberta Centre of Active Living supports the call for more biking and walking everywhere. It reminds us of the many benefits of Active Transportation, from boosting the local economy to creating a stronger sense of community to curbing greenhouse gas emissions. To read more about why we need connected and […]
Making your community bike- and walk-friendly involves more than just pressing your way into traffic. If it’s done right, it can change an entire town!
Want to help raise the profile of cycling in our community and make our streets safer for all users? Sign up for CAN-BIKE’s Advanced Cycling Skills course. Registration closes Mon July 10
June is Bike Month, a great opportunity for new and seasoned riders to celebrate the ease and joy of commuting by bicycle. The challenge runs for the month of June and you can start anytime. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to say you’re in! Then get going with one of three challenges: Distance challenge – Track your kilometres. […]