Active Transportation Grants Program


The B.C. Active Transportation Infrastructure Grants Program offers two grant options for Indigenous governments and local governments, including municipalities, regional districts and Islands Trust.

Active Transportation Network Planning Grant

Network planning grants help communities develop active transportation network plans to support active transportation for all ages and abilities. Eligible governments may apply if:

  • Their community has a population under 25,000
  • Their community Active Transportation Network Plan is over 5 years old or non-existent

Active Transportation Infrastructure Grant

Eligible governments may apply for active transportation infrastructure funding if projects satisfy the following criteria:

  • Previously funded active transportation projects (formerly BikeBC) awarded before 2018/2019 are complete by the time of the application submission
  • Project is part of an active transportation network plan or equivalent
  • Project can begin construction once provincial funding has been announced
  • Projects will be completed by March 2021 (projects under $1 million) or by March 2022 (projects over $1 million)
  • Projects are open to the public

The funding is not available for:

  • Maintenance
  • Beautification
  • Recreation sites (e.g. skateboard park)
  • Projects that are already constructed or under construction
  • Projects that create an unsafe or illegal environment

For program details and to apply please visit B.C. Active Transportation Infrastructure Grants Program.

Last updated: January 10, 2020