Mapping Bicycle Facilities Across Canada

  • Burnaby Now: “SFU researchers help pinpoint best biking areas”.  October 7, 2022. [link]
  • INwheels: “Kelowna among the most cycle friendly cities in B.C.” October 11, 2022 [link]
  • SFU Health Sciences: “Interactive mapping tool documents bicycle infrastructure in B.C. Communities”. October 13, 2022 [link]


  • Tri-City News/ Burnaby Now/ North Shore News. “Bike and e-scooter share programs to form part of urban future: SFU study”. Mario Bartel, August 12, 2020.  [link]
  • SFU News. “Study finds support for shared e-scooters and other micromobility options in Metro Vancouver”. August 12, 2020. [link]

Equity in Shared Micromobility

  • The Conversation: “Bike share programs are on the rise, yet the gender gap persists.”  Kate Hosford and Meghan Winters, January 14, 2020. [link]
  • The Conversation: “Bike sharing isn’t just for rich hipsters – ‘super users’ have lower incomes.”  Kate Hosford and Meghan Winters, July 24, 2019. [link]

Transportation Trends

  • Below the Radar, SFU’s Vancity Office of Community Engagement. Tornes, Steve. “Geographies of Identity — with Councillor Tony Valente and Dr. Meghan Winters”. Podcast audio, July 19, 2022. [link]
  • Squamish Chief: “The Sea to Sky transit strike might just break a record.” May 25, 2022. [link]
  • CBC News: “Vancouver close to achieving ’15-minute city’ status, SFU study finds.” May 23, 2022. [link]
  • CBC News: “Post-pandemic traffic in Metro Vancouver could be worse than ever, expert warns“. Joel Ballard, April 9, 2021. [link]
  • The Peak: “SFU epidemiologist receives Trailblazer Award for active transportation research.” Emma Jean, November 27, 2020. [link]
  • CIHR: “Trailblazer Award- Meghan Winters. October 27, 2020. [link]
  • The Sun: “Could a little less parking be good for Vancouver?” Dan Fumano, September 25, 2020. [link]
  • The Province: “Spaces for people or spaces for cars?” Scott Lear and Meghan Winters, September 15, 2020. [link]
  • Vancouver Sun: “COVID-19: Bridge traffic on the rise in Metro Vancouver”. Jennifer Saltman, September 4, 2020. [link]
  • The Globe and Mail: “Potential rise in post-crisis car use and loss of transit routes puts cities at a crossroads.” Amy Smart, May 7, 2020. [link]
  • CBC News: “Decade of data shows cars still dominate roads in Metro Vancouver”. Maryse Zeidler, January 3, 2020. [link]
  • Global News podcast Super Awesome Science Show: “Bikes in the urban environment.” Jason Tetro, August 27, 2019. [link]

Pedestrian Safety

  • The Province. “Prioritize pedestrian safety near bus stops”. Hosford, K. June 21, 2020.  [Op-ed]


  • CBC News, Victoria. “INTERACT study on Victoria’s protected bike network” June 6, 2017

Impacts of Bicycle Infrastructure in Mid-Sized Cities

  • Dense City Podcast: “Road Reallocation and Beyond. Interview on COVID-19 street reallocation in mid-sized Canadian cities research”. Jaimy Fischer & Meghan Winters, April 11, 2021. [link]
  • Story Maps: “Room to Move; Approaches to COVID-10 reallocations in four Canadian cities”. Jaimy Fisher, December 3, 20201. [link]
  • Times ColonistVictoria: “Richardson Street redesign: How the shared-use bikeway will work”.  Roxanne Egan-Elliot. August 7, 2020.   [link]
  • Castanet, Kelowna: “Connecting cycle network”.  Wayne Moore. February 12, 2019.   [link]
  • Halifax Examiner: “Who are we building bike lanes for, anyway?” Erica Butler, August 9, 2019. [link]
  • Times Colonist, Victoria: “Island Voices: Cycling infrastructure an investment in Victoria’s future” Meghan Winters. May 6, 2018. [link]
  • CBC Radio West, Kelowna interview with S Therrien to discuss IBIMS research and highlight Kelowna findings.  April 25, 2018.
  • Times Colonist, Victoria: A new bikeway for a new bridge.” Les Leyne, March 30, 2018[link]
  • Times Colonist, Victoria: “Council shows gumption by building bike lanes“. Alex Nagelbach, January 5, 2018.  [link]
  • CBC Halifax Radio interview with M Winters to discuss research findings on Halifax bicycling. September 29, 2017.
  • CBC News, Halifax: “Haligonians more concerned about bike safety than B.C. counterparts, study suggests.” Pam Berman, September 29, 2017. [link]

Arbutus Corridor

  • SFU Faculty of Health Science: “New study on Vancouver’s Arbutus Greenway: Can urban planning affect health and well-being? Clement Woo, August 1, 2018. [link]
  • Lynda Steele show on CKNW. INTERACT – Arbutus Greenway Project. May 9, 2018. [link]


  • The Conversation: “Better bike maps are made by volunteers.” Colin Ferster and Meghan Winters, April 11, 2019. [link]

Ride Hail Services

  • The Province: “B.C. has an opportunity to ensure ride-hailing is done right.”  Meghan Winters and Michael Brauer, November 26, 2018. [link]
  • The Star: “Ride hailing in B.C. is opportunity to ensure new transportation solutions support health and mobility of all.” Meghan Winters and Michael Brauer, November 22, 2018. [link]

Bike Score

  • Vancouver Sun: “Hills affect Vancouver’s bike-friendly rating.” March 16, 2016. [link]
  • 24 hours: “Saskatoon beat Vancouver for ‘Bikeability’.”, March 9, 2016.  [link].
  • Saskatoon Star Pheonix: “Here’s why Saskatoon could be heaven for cyclists” Co-author Dan Fuller. March 12, 2016. [link]
  • NEWS 1130: March 17, 2016
  • Roundhouse Radio: March 16, 2016
  • SFU News: “SFU study finds higher ‘Bike Score’ in cities equals more cyclists on the road”. March 16, 2015 [link]