Philosophers' Café

Bike Lanes in Vancouver: Transportation Solution or a Symptom of Suspect Civic Planning?

In collaboration with the SFU City Program.

Bike lanes in Vancouver are a controversial topic. They have been successful in certain parts of the city, while in locations such as downtown, they are sparsely used and a source of consternation for drivers. Does Vancouver need more bike lanes or fewer of them?

Date/Location

Thu, 24 Sep 2015 6:00 PM

Tandem Bike Café, 3195 Heather St., Vancouver | Map

Admission: Free. Registration not required.

Duration: 90 mins

Related topic(s): Liberal Arts

Moderator

  • John Hughes

    John Hughes is a doctoral student in SFU's School of Communication. He began his PhD work in 2014, with a focus on ritual communication. He did his graduate work in Louisiana, producing a thesis on Hindu altars. He has worked as a general assignment reporter for the CBC and as an education reporter for NPR. John published his first book in 2012, entitled Nobody Rides for Free: A Drifter in the Americas. Other interests include politics, mythology and playing football on weekends.

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