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Active Transportation Advisory Committee is looking for a solution to the cycling-on-the-sidewalk problem.
HUB Cycling committee members have helped out with two education courses at schools in our area.
Cycle Recyle at Earth Day helped out new arrivals.
HUB has mapped the gaps that make it difficult for people to use their bikes for longer distance trips along more direct routes.
Last month, HUB ran a cycling course at Yennadon elementary for students in grades 6 and 7.
Intersections usually are the most dangerous places to be for any road user, as dangers can be approaching at high speed...
The third annual Bike to Farms ride took place on Sept. 6, with two groups of 30 each.
One of HUB’s favorite events of the year took place Sunday as 30 people in two groups took part in the third annual Bike to Farms ride.
Twenty rcycled bicycles will be given away at Earth Day thanks to Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows chapter of HUB.
Columnist contends the voting system flawed but ultimately feels it's the right thing to do for Vancouver.
The odd name are markings at crosswalks that indicate multi-use paths for pedestrians and cyclists.
More people walking and biking leads to lower health care costs
I would like to suggest that the infrastructure deficit will be one of the main election issues.
On Sunday, Kim Lauzon of the Golden Ears Community Co-op and several members of our HUB committee...
Golden Ears Community Co-op and HUB organize Bike to Farms tour in Maple Ridge on Sunday, Sept. 7.
HUB are organizing a bike tour of the Katzie Slough on Saturday, July 19.
HUB is offering an Art Studio Tour by bike on Sunday.
If you already have a bike – well, don’t make any excuses for not riding your bike to an event like Earth Day.
Maple Ridge rates as the second worst municipality for cycling in Metro Vancouver, according to a bikeability study done at UBC.
It's imperative that we put a stop to the way our municipality continues to expand into our forests and agricultural lands.