Nov 29 – Bike Lanes and Beyond: Transportation & Climate Justice in Greater Victoria

2016 November 08, by Chapter Council


Free Public Forum – Tuesday Nov. 29 7-8:30 pm
Victoria Public Library Central Branch – 735 Broughton St

Presented by Council of Canadians Victoria Chapter, the Greater Victoria Cycling Coalition (GVCC) and the newly-formed Better Transit Alliance of Greater Victoria.

We all know that transportation is one of the biggest sources of climate pollution, and governments in Greater Victoria are starting to look for solutions. All Ages and Abilities (AAA) bike lanes have many benefits and are already starting to be built. But there are many more complementary options that reduce climate pollution and create healthier communities that are better places to live.

Presenters: Edward Pullman (GVCC) – The multiple benefits of AAA bike lanes. Eric Doherty (Council of Canadians & Better Transit Alliance) – Combining transit, cycling and walking for climate justice

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Accessibility: The Library states that this room has “Full access for people with disabilities”

This event will take place on Lekwungen Territory in the midst of the Salish Sea.