In a 5-4 vote, narrowing of lanes for vehicles and lack of consultation cited as reasons for oppositionCBC NewsJustin McElroy
A long-planned bike lane next to one of Richmond's busiest corridors is in jeopardy after city council voted against the additional funding necessary to move it forward.
By a 5-4 vote, councillors rejected giving $2.49 million to address the budget shortfall for the Steveston Multi-Use Pathway, which would create a shared cycling and pedestrian path on the busy corridor of Steveston Highway between Shell Road and No. 2 Road.
The path had been conceptually approved in 2012 as part of the city's Of…
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