May 23, 2014, 9:34 am
Photo Courtesy of Paul Krueger
Cycling can be one of the fastest ways to get around in the city, especially in more urban areas of Metro Vancouver. It’s also one of the healthiest and most enjoyable ways to travel.
In the past, we asked the Buzzer readers if you’ve put a bike on the bus bike rack. With Bike to Work Week starting on Monday, May 26, we want to know if you have ever biked to work or school?
Are you a fair-weather cyclist or do you bike everyday? Do you bike the entire way or is transit part of your cycling commute? Cast your vote and let us know in the comments section!
Have you ever biked to work or school?
- Yes (65%, 33 Votes)
- No (35%, 18 Votes)
Total Voters: 51
Planning to hit the road with your two-wheeler to ride your bike to work for the first time? Check out the May 2014 Buzzer for a few things you need to know before you go!
Our fleet is fully equip to handle bikes — you can take your bike onto the bus, SkyTrain, SeaBus and West Coast Express. For more details about bikes on transit, click here.
TransLink is a partner in the Central Valley Greenway and BC Parkway, and is responsible for the Canada Line Pedestrian-Bicycle Bridge and developing the Regional Cycling Strategy.
Author: Allen Tung