Information on projects supporting all modes of Active Transportation in BC including our Cycling Policy and maintaining the province’s cycling legislation. The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure provides active transportation improvements on provincial infrastructure through our major projects and through the ministry’s day-to-day operations, by way of our maintenance contractors. The ministry also assists with other funding programs that can invest in cycling infrastructure.
People are more excited than ever about active transportation. And for good reason; it’s an efficient, affordable, safe, climate-friendly way to get around. It’s pretty good for you, too! Active transportation refers to various modes
Rethinking a common type of infrastructure in the Kamloops area is helping strike a balance between keeping cattle contained and providing cyclists with safe passage. The challenge: cattle guards (similar to the larger ungulate guards),
According to a general population survey, bad weather is the top reason people choose not to travel to work, school or other activities using active transportation (that’s travelling by bike, on foot, wheelchair, skateboard, skis…
Picture 5,300 cyclists launching from Vancouver, to pedal 122 kilometres up the scenic Sea-to-Sky Highway to Whistler, in a few hours. Or, imagine more than 2,500 Ironman athletes cycling and running a total of 222
We get a lot of questions and comments about cycling safety here at the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, so in our ongoing effort to improve the safety of cyclists (and other travellers), here’s another
Go ahead… hop on a bike (or just put your walking shoes on). South Vancouver Island’s Lochside Trail has been made smoother with 1.7 kilometres of paved pathway between Island View Road and Mount Newton