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Vancouver City Council Approves $3 Million in New Bike Lanes, June 13 <ref>[http://www.bcbusiness.ca/manufacturing-transport/vancouver-city-council-approves-3-million-in-new-bike-lanes bcbusiness.ca] </ref>
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[[wikipedia:Transportation_in_Vancouver#Public_transportation|Public transportation in Vancouver]]
 
[[wikipedia:Transportation_in_Vancouver#Public_transportation|Public transportation in Vancouver]]
 
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Vancouver City Council Approves $3 Million in New Bike Lanes, June 13 <ref>[http://www.bcbusiness.ca/manufacturing-transport/vancouver-city-council-approves-3-million-in-new-bike-lanes bcbusiness.ca] </ref>
 
  
 
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== Interwiki links ==

Revision as of 16:52, 23 May 2014

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News and comment

2013

Vancouver City Council Approves $3 Million in New Bike Lanes, June 13 [1]


References

Sustainability initiatives

Greenest City 2020, information from the City of Vancouver

Initiatives by topic

Cycling

Wikipedia: Cycling in Vancouver

Food

City of Vancouver SharingBackyards

Sustainable transport

Public transportation in Vancouver

Interwiki links

Wikipedia: Vancouver, Vancouverism, Transportation in Vancouver


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References