Cycling in Richmond - Student Survey

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Hello Richmond student,

Do you ride a bike to school, or for fun with family and friends?

We're working on making bike riding more fun and safe in the city.

Please help us. Let us know what you think by:

  1. Completing our survey
  2. Adding your ideas to the ideas board
  3. Using the mapping tool to identify where opportunities for improvement might exist

The survey, idea board and mapping tool are open from June 1 to 30.

Thanks for your help!


Parents, guardians or students 14+ years: You may also be interested in a broader public survey seeking additional feedback on topics like trip purpose and comfort level. To provide input, please visit www.LetsTalkRichmond.ca/cycling-ph1.

Note: To complete the broader public survey, respondents need to be a registered LetsTalkRichmond.ca user and at least 14 years of age. For more information, see Terms and Conditions.


Hello Richmond student,

Do you ride a bike to school, or for fun with family and friends?

We're working on making bike riding more fun and safe in the city.

Please help us. Let us know what you think by:

  1. Completing our survey
  2. Adding your ideas to the ideas board
  3. Using the mapping tool to identify where opportunities for improvement might exist

The survey, idea board and mapping tool are open from June 1 to 30.

Thanks for your help!


Parents, guardians or students 14+ years: You may also be interested in a broader public survey seeking additional feedback on topics like trip purpose and comfort level. To provide input, please visit www.LetsTalkRichmond.ca/cycling-ph1.

Note: To complete the broader public survey, respondents need to be a registered LetsTalkRichmond.ca user and at least 14 years of age. For more information, see Terms and Conditions.

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Mapping Tool

21 days

Let us know where improvements to the cycling network are needed. Drop a pin to identify a cycling network gap that would help you cycle to the places you want to go. Or drop a pin where you think an existing bike route should be upgraded.