Your city and your health are more connected than you think.
Vancouver is undergoing major changes, from a rapidly expanding cycling network to the development of urban greenways, slow streets and vibrant pop-up plazas. How will these types of changes impact you and future generations? Are they making our city a happier and healthier place to be, and if so, for whom?
We’re looking for answers and we need your help. Your experiences in the city can provide valuable information to decision makers about how we should be designing great places for people in Vancouver.
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Recruitment is now closed! If you need to finish your questionnaires, follow the link to the Health or VERITAS questionnaire you received by email.
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- Choose from a selection of flexible and online participation options.
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- Contribute to innovative research that will help Vancouver and other cities make smart planning decisions to support population health for generations to come.
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Vancouver’s City Greenways are routes that prioritise active transportation, expand urban recreational opportunities, and serve as high-quality linear public spaces. Popular routes such as the Arbutus and Central Valley Greenways link neighbourhoods across Vancouver and carry regional cycling traffic between Vancouver and neighbouring municipalities, like Burnaby and New Westminster. The City is working toward building an integrated city-wide network of 18 Greenways that will be within a 10-minute cycle or half-hour walk of every residence in Vancouver.
Learn more about Vancouver’s City Greenway program.
get to the Arbutus Greenway on foot
use the ARBUTUS Greenway more in 2018, compared to 2017
think the Arbutus Greenway is a very good idea
How did participants respond two years ago?
The health questionnaire focuses on lifestyle, health, transportation habits and the perception of change in the neighbourhood. VERITAS is a map-based questionnaire which allows respondents to indicate where and with whom they do certain activities.
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