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Tuesday October-14-2014

BC Transportation Minister Todd Stone wants YOUR input on BC's next 10 year transportation plan.

photo by Chris Burkard

The online feedback forum is open from today until December 12th, and will provide British Columbians with an opportunity to shape the province's transportation agenda for the next decade. Visit the government's public engagement website to learn more about BC's transportation picture and network, and to take the survey and have your say.

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Help Shape BC's Next Provincial Transportation Plan

Tuesday October-14-2014

BC Transportation Minister Todd Stone wants YOUR input on BC's next 10 year transportation plan.

photo by Chris Burkard

The online feedback forum is open from today until December 12th, and will provide British Columbians with an opportunity to shape the province's transportation agenda for the next decade. Visit the government's public engagement website to learn more about BC's transportation picture and network, and to take the survey and have your say.

New HASTe BC Newsletter: Fall 2014

Wednesday October-8-2014

HASTe's Fall 2014 Newsletter was sent out on Monday, welcoming BC's students and teachers back for another school year, introducing new resources for schools looking to promote active and safe transportation, and providing key updates about our work and programs.

Read the full newsletter, and/or sign up to make sure you don't miss out on future newsletters - we generally send out a new one every couple of months, and they're always chalk full of school active-travel goodness!

ProWalk ProBike ProPlace in Pittsburgh PA

Monday September-29-2014

Did you ever think you'd get jealous from looking at pictures from someone's trip to... Pittsburgh? Kerry Hamilton, HASTe's Community Programs manager, might manage just that - but she can't take all of the credit.

Above are a few snaps from Kerry's time exploring Steeltown during this year's ProWalk ProBike ProPlace conference - not too shabby! Find out how Pittsburgh reinvented itself as a bike-, pedestrian- and people-friendly city after the break.

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