bike lanes

Fall Go By Bike Week is coming up at the perfect time of the year to ride. Photo courtesy City of Campbell River.

Fall Go by Bike starts next week

Event encourages cycling culture and community in Campbell River

  • Sep 20, 2021


2021 is all about loving your bike. (Metro Creative photo)

Active transportation funds to help people get around Sayward and Cortes Island

This funding is part of $600,000 that will be available from 2020-2022


Options for separated bike lanes throughout the city will be considered during the Master Transportation Plan review, not on a case-by-case basis before that, based on a decision made at the last council meeting in regards to improvements on Hilchey Road. Black Press File Photo

Campbell River City Council refers Hilchey bike lane to transportation plan review

Mayor calls spending $4.75 million on a bike lane ‘out of touch’ with city’s current economic reality


Vancouver Island’s West Coast going wild about cycling

Ongoing project will tie Tofino and Ucluelet together with a paved cycling trail

Victoria Mayor finds bike “sabotaged”, believes she was intentionally targeted

Mayor Lisa Helps posts images to social media after movie screening