Aired by CBC's The Journal, a snapshot of Vancouver's cycling climate in 1990.
A case of putting a political decision where your beliefs are" - CBC News coverage of the spring 1996 Burrard Street bridge bike lane trial, which was scrapped after one week. Featuring former NPA councillor Gordon Price.
Vote Dino in '99-o
Chopper bike performance in Vancouver, part of Bike Month in Canada - June 8 2007.
Gonzo Videographer - Swami Tommy
Streetfilms took a look at how Vancouver is making big strides toward becoming a safe bicycling region. TransLink, which provides transit service for 22 regional municipalities, provides funding for a network of major roads and cycling infrastructure and programs.
Streetfilms spoke to TransLink officials about their vision for a transit system that works in tandem with active transportation.
Steve Da Cruz, co-owner of The Parker restaurant in Vancouver's Chinatown neighbourhood, describes how business declined 30% shortly after a separated bike lane was added to Union Street in the summer of 2013. A year later, however, business is better than ever.
In 2015, Bicycle Retailer & Industry News Magazine visited Vancouver with representatives from US manufacturers and advocacy groups, for a tour of the local retail scene. This highlight reel presents their feedback about Vancouver — the market, the infrastructure, and trends the retailers see.
February 2016 television news coverage of the debate over traffic calming measures along busy retail corridor in this densely-populated residential neighbourhood Grandview Woodlands.
After a seven-year delay to the project, the City of Vancouver launched its public bike share program in the summer of 2016. Through careful administration of the project and vendor selection, as well as a phased roll-out, the city avoided many of the business problems experienced by a few bike share programs in North America.
City of Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson and Keith Creel, COO of CP Railway, on the city's spring 2016 acquisition of railway property along the Arbutus corridor.
Cars, bicycles, and pedestrians mix and mingle in high-traffic, tourism-friendly Kitsilano Beach Park, from Balsam to Cypress. Vancouver council and staff, stymied by an independent parks board, have failed to resolve safety risks in this neighbourhood, despite great leaps forward elsewhere in the city.