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         Encouraging Active Transportation for Children and Finding Sustainable Solutions to School Traffic Problems in The District of West Vancouver: A Case Study of Gleneagles Elementary and West Bay Elementary           Emily Curtis April 2015       Final Report          Report prepared at the request of The District of West Vancouver in partial fulfillment of UBC Geography 419: Research in Environmental Geography, for Dr. David Brownstein. 	   1	  Table	  of	  Contents	  1.0	  EXECUTIVE	  SUMMARY	   2	  2.0	  INTRODUCTION	   3	  3.0	  METHODS	   3	  4.0	  LITERATURE	  REVIEW	   4	  4.1	  BARRIERS	   4	  4.2	  BENEFITS	   5	  5.0	  FINDINGS	  AND	  DISCUSSION	   6	  5.1	  HASTE:	  HUB	  FOR	  ACTIVE	  SCHOOL	  TRAVEL	   6	  5.2	  GLENEAGLES	  ELEMENTARY	  SCHOOL	   7	  5.2.1	  GLENEAGLES	  ELEMENTARY	  SCHOOL:	  WHAT	  THEY’VE	  DONE	   8	  5.2.2	  GLENEAGLES	  ELEMENTARY	  SCHOOL:	  THE	  PROBLEMS	  THEY’RE	  FACING	   9	  5.2.3	  GLENEAGLES	  ELEMENTARY	  SCHOOL:	  THE	  SPIRIT	  TRAIL	   10	  5.3	  WEST	  BAY	  ELEMENTARY	  SCHOOL	   11	  5.3.1	  WEST	  BAY	  ELEMENTARY	  SCHOOL:	  WHAT	  THEY’VE	  DONE	   12	  5.3.2	  WEST	  BAY	  ELEMENTARY	  SCHOOL:	  THE	  PROBLEMS	  THEY’RE	  FACING	   13	  6.0	  RECOMMENDATIONS	   13	  6.1	  GLENEAGLES	  ELEMENTARY	  SCHOOL	   13	  6.2	  WEST	  BAY	  ELEMENTARY	  SCHOOL	   14	  7.0	  CONCLUSIONS	   15	  8.0	  WORKS	  CITED	   17	  9.0	  FIGURES	   19	  	  	   	  	   	  	  2	  1.0	  Executive	  Summary	  	   The	  main	  objective	  of	  this	  report	  is	  to	  establish	  the	  problems	  that	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  School	  and	  West	  Bay	  Elementary	  School	  are	  facing	  in	  terms	  of	  school	  traffic,	  and	  to	  provide	  recommendations	  and	  insight	  for	  those	  schools	  and	  others	  in	  the	  area	  on	  the	  ways	  that	  school	  traffic	  can	  be	  alleviated	  and	  active	  transportation	  can	  be	  encouraged.	  	  The	  information	  in	  this	  report	  as	  well	  as	  the	  final	  recommendations	  are	  intended	  to	  inform	  these	  two	  schools	  and	  the	  District	  of	  West	  Vancouver	  of	  the	  barriers	  schools	  can	  encounter	  and	  possible	  solutions	  in	  terms	  of	  school	  travel	  plans.	  It	  is	  important	  to	  note	  that	  the	  use	  of	  school	  bus	  programs	  has	  been	  excluded	  from	  this	  research	  due	  to	  the	  West	  Vancouver	  School	  Board	  illustrating	  the	  large	  barriers	  around	  school	  bus	  programs,	  such	  as	  finances.	  	  	  Barriers	  to	  Active	  Transportation	   Benefits	  to	  Active	  Transportation	  1.	  Safety	  concerns	  surrounding	  active	  transportation	   1.	  Improvements	  in	  physical	  health	  2.	  Improvements	  in	  academic	  performance	  2.	  Convenience	  of	  a	  vehicle	   3.	  Sustainable	  	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  School	  Problems:	  • Not	  enough	  children	  taking	  active	  transportation	  to/from	  school	  • Parents	  and	  guardians	  disobeying	  parking	  regulations	  • Not	  using	  pre-­‐existing	  programs	  Recommendations:	  • Utilization	  of	  the	  Spirit	  Trail	  (once	  installed)	  • Create	  a	  school	  brochure	  including	  information	  on	  the	  school’s	  parking	  regulations	  and	  programs	  in	  place,	  along	  with	  a	  URL	  to	  the	  Hub	  for	  Active	  School	  Travel	  website	  • Place	  cones	  and	  pylons	  in	  no-­‐stopping	  zones	  • Programs:	  park	  and	  walk	  program,	  walk/bike	  to	  school	  week	  program,	  classroom	  engagement	  	  West	  Bay	  Elementary	  School	  Problem:	  • Not	  enough	  children	  taking	  active	  transportation	  to/from	  school	  Recommendations:	  • Programs:	  park	  and	  walk	  program	  (possibly	  combined	  with	  a	  walking	  school	  bus	  program),	  walk/bike	  to	  school	  week	  program,	  classroom	  engagement	  • Advertise	  all	  of	  the	  above	  in	  the	  school	  brochure,	  along	  with	  a	  URL	  to	  the	  Hub	  for	  Active	  School	  Travel	  website	  	  	   3	  2.0	  Introduction	  	   West	  Vancouver	  has	  a	  high	  percentage	  of	  parents	  who	  drive	  their	  children	  to	  school—one	  vehicle,	  one	  child.	  This	  is	  a	  problem	  that	  has	  become	  more	  prominent	  both	  locally	  and	  globally	  in	  recent	  years.	  Not	  only	  is	  it	  an	  unsustainable	  method,	  but	  it	  also	  produces	  large	  amounts	  of	  traffic	  surrounding	  the	  schools	  at	  drop-­‐off	  and	  pick-­‐up	  times.	  Sustainable	  and	  active	  transportation	  are	  easy	  ways	  that	  can	  help	  reduce	  the	  number	  of	  vehicles	  surrounding	  the	  school	  and	  also	  encourage	  physical	  activity	  in	  children.	  This	  report	  examines	  two	  elementary	  schools	  in	  West	  Vancouver,	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  and	  West	  Bay	  Elementary,	  in	  order	  to	  find	  out	  the	  troubles	  each	  school	  is	  facing	  regarding	  school	  traffic	  and	  to	  recommend	  the	  best	  options	  to	  help	  alleviate	  these	  issues.	  	  3.0	  Methods	  	   This	  report	  has	  been	  conducted	  through	  both	  quantitative	  and	  qualitative	  research	  methods.	  First,	  an	  extensive	  and	  widespread	  literature	  review	  was	  executed	  in	  order	  to	  determine	  the	  attitudes	  surrounding	  active	  and	  sustainable	  transportation,	  what	  other	  cities	  are	  doing	  about	  this	  problem,	  as	  well	  as	  the	  possible	  solutions	  and	  the	  barriers	  and	  successes	  of	  each.	  Second,	  a	  series	  of	  both	  expert	  interviews	  and	  semi-­‐structured	  interviews	  were	  conducted	  in	  order	  to	  determine	  the	  current	  issues	  in	  West	  Vancouver,	  along	  with	  what	  has	  been	  done	  and	  what	  can	  be	  done	  with	  each	  of	  the	  schools	  I	  am	  working	  with:	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  and	  West	  Bay	  Elementary.	  	  	   	  	  4	  4.0	  Literature	  Review	  	   School	  Travel	  Plans1	  [STP]	  are	  programs	  that	  are	  implemented	  in	  places	  around	  the	  world.	  Due	  to	  this	  interest,	  there	  have	  been	  many	  studies	  conducted,	  researching	  the	  many	  different	  aspects	  of	  STPs,	  such	  as	  barriers	  and	  positive	  outcomes.	  There	  are	  plenty	  of	  barriers	  that	  prevent	  parents	  and	  guardians	  from	  walking	  or	  biking	  with	  their	  children	  to	  school,	  however	  once	  you	  get	  past	  these	  barriers,	  there	  are	  also	  plenty	  of	  benefits.	  	  4.1	  Barriers	  	   Some	  of	  the	  biggest	  barriers	  surrounding	  children	  travelling	  to	  and	  from	  school	  by	  any	  other	  method	  than	  private	  vehicle	  are	  the	  perceptions	  around	  safety	  and	  convenience.	  Parents	  feel	  it	  is	  safest	  to	  drive	  their	  child	  to	  school	  in	  their	  own	  private	  vehicle;	  however	  contrary	  to	  this	  belief,	  McDonald	  et.	  al.	  (2015)	  found	  that	  it	  is	  in	  fact	  the	  second	  least	  safe	  method	  to	  get	  a	  child	  to	  school;	  the	  least	  safe	  method	  being	  getting	  a	  child	  to	  school	  via	  a	  teen	  driver.	  The	  study	  goes	  on	  to	  find	  that	  “walking	  and	  bicycling	  have	  lower	  injury	  rates	  than	  driving	  with	  an	  adult”	  (ibid.	  p.	  131).	  This	  is	  an	  important	  study	  due	  to	  the	  fact	  that	  it	  breaks	  down	  the	  overall	  assumptions	  that	  driving	  your	  child	  to	  school	  is	  safest.	  Johnston	  et.	  al.’s	  (2006)	  report	  on	  the	  effectiveness	  of	  a	  walking	  school	  bus	  program2	  [WSBP],	  found	  that	  a	  child	  walking	  with	  an	  adult	  reduce	  the	  risk	  of	  injury	  by	  70%.	  According	  to	  Transport	  Canada	  (2009),	  some	  of	  the	  main	  hesitations	  surrounding	  allowing	  your	  child	  to	  walk	  or	  bike	  to	  school	  were	  concerns	  of	  busy	  traffic	  and	  bad	  drivers,	  no	  sidewalks	  or	  poor	  roads,	  or	  that	  the	  distance	  was	  too	  far.	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  1	  A	  School	  Travel	  Plan	  [STP]	  is	  a	  plan	  intending	  to	  reduce	  the	  number	  of	  car	  trips	  made	  to	  school,	  or	  a	  school	  district,	  by	  parents	  and	  staff.	  2	  A	  Walking	  School	  Bus	  Program	  [WSBP]	  is	  a	  program	  where	  a	  group	  of	  children	  lead	  by	  one	  or	  more	  parents	  are	  picked	  up	  on	  route	  to	  and	  from	  school,	  much	  like	  a	  normal	  school	  bus.	  	   5	  Heelan	  et.	  al.	  (2008)	  as	  well	  as	  Pooley	  et.	  al.	  (2010)	  discovered	  in	  their	  research	  that	  the	  convenience	  of	  driving	  your	  child	  to	  school	  was	  also	  a	  barrier	  in	  trying	  to	  change	  the	  habits	  of	  the	  parents.	  Pooley	  et.	  al.	  (2010)	  determined	  that	  those	  children	  who	  drove	  to	  school	  versus	  those	  who	  walked	  found	  it	  to	  be	  very	  boring	  compared	  to	  when	  they	  walked	  or	  biked	  to	  school.	  Some	  of	  the	  barriers	  found	  in	  research	  in	  regards	  to	  implementing	  STPs	  were	  examined	  by	  Baslington	  (2008),	  who	  found	  that	  the	  recruitment	  of	  volunteers,	  along	  with	  the	  social,	  geographic	  and	  financial	  restrictions	  imposed	  on	  some	  schools	  were	  the	  most	  significant	  barriers	  to	  the	  implementation	  of	  STPs.	  In	  addition	  to	  this,	  Heelan	  et.	  al.	  (2008)	  determined	  that	  weather,	  as	  well	  as	  time	  and	  convenience	  were	  also	  barriers	  when	  attempting	  to	  implement	  a	  WSBP.	  	  4.2	  Benefits	  Though	  there	  are	  plenty	  of	  barriers	  preventing	  parents	  from	  allowing	  or	  taking	  their	  kids	  to	  school	  by	  use	  of	  active	  transportation,	  there	  are	  also	  plenty	  of	  positive	  aspects.	  It	  is	  noted	  by	  Pooley	  et.	  al.	  (2010)	  that	  those	  who	  walked	  or	  biked	  to	  school	  were	  “most	  likely	  to	  engage	  with	  their	  immediate	  environment”	  (p.	  948),	  which	  is	  not	  only	  stimulating	  for	  the	  child,	  but	  also	  gave	  them	  the	  feeling	  of	  independence.	  Additional	  studies	  have	  discovered	  that	  those	  who	  are	  physically	  active	  on	  a	  daily	  basis	  show	  mental	  benefits	  as	  well	  as	  physical.	  	  Pucher	  et.	  al.	  (2013)	  found	  in	  their	  research	  that	  school	  health	  promotion,	  especially	  physical	  activity,	  can	  have	  small	  to	  large	  positive	  effects	  on	  ones	  academic	  performance.	  	  As	  well	  as	  benefitting	  a	  child	  mentally,	  physical	  activity	  can	  also	  benefit	  a	  child	  physically.	  A	  study	  conducted	  by	  Hinckson,	  Garrett,	  and	  Duncan	  (2011)	  discovered	  that	  in	  New	  Zealand,	  those	  students	  who	  cycled	  to	  school	  five	  days	  a	  week	  were	  more	  fit	  than	  	   	  	  6	  majority	  of	  their	  classmates.	  Another	  study	  by	  Larouche	  et.	  al.	  (2014),	  found	  that	  those	  who	  reported	  walking	  1-­‐5	  hours	  a	  week	  resulted	  in	  an	  all	  around	  healthier	  child,	  versus	  those	  who	  reported	  walking	  less	  than	  1	  hour	  per	  week.	  Therefore,	  walking	  and	  biking	  to	  and	  from	  school	  are	  easy	  and	  convenient	  ways	  to	  boost	  a	  child’s	  daily	  and	  weekly	  average	  time	  being	  physically	  active.	  5.0	  Findings	  and	  Discussion	  	   Through	  interviews,	  I	  have	  discovered	  plenty	  of	  information	  surrounding	  the	  common	  problems	  around	  school	  travel	  and	  school	  traffic,	  the	  specific	  problems	  of	  each	  of	  my	  case	  study	  schools,	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  and	  West	  Bay	  Elementary,	  and	  gained	  knowledge	  about	  the	  most	  successful	  plans	  to	  implement	  these	  programs.	  With	  this	  information	  gathered,	  I	  am	  able	  to	  not	  only	  report	  my	  findings,	  but	  also	  go	  over	  the	  importance	  of	  certain	  scenarios	  and	  situations.	  	  5.1	  HASTe:	  Hub	  for	  Active	  School	  Travel	  	   The	  Hub	  for	  Active	  School	  Travel	  [HASTe]	  is	  the	  only	  school	  travel	  planning	  organization	  in	  British	  Columbia	  working	  with	  schools	  and	  communities	  to	  reduce	  driving	  and	  to	  encourage	  active	  transportation.	  I	  had	  an	  extremely	  informative	  interview	  with	  Omar	  Bhimji,	  one	  of	  HASTe’s	  project	  managers,	  who	  explained	  to	  me	  the	  most	  common	  issues	  they	  come	  across	  in	  British	  Columbia.	  The	  biggest	  barrier	  for	  kids	  walking	  and	  biking	  to	  school	  lies	  in	  the	  cultural	  aspects	  of	  the	  community;	  driving	  is	  convenient,	  and	  this	  mindset	  of	  convenience	  can	  be	  the	  biggest	  challenge	  to	  overcome.	  There	  is	  no	  universal	  solution	  for	  this	  barrier.	  There	  are	  programs	  that	  assist	  it,	  such	  as	  a	  park	  and	  walk	  	   7	  program.3	  This	  sort	  of	  program	  allows	  for	  convenience	  to	  stay	  a	  factor	  but	  also	  aids	  the	  immediate	  traffic	  surrounding	  the	  school	  and	  encourages	  active	  transportation.	  This	  is	  one	  example	  of	  a	  program	  that	  keeps	  convenience	  at	  the	  forefront.	  	  	   Another	  tactic	  that	  Bhimji	  noted	  was	  very	  successful	  that	  HASTe	  includes	  in	  their	  programs	  is	  classroom	  engagement.	  Bhimji	  and	  his	  team	  have	  found	  that	  working	  with	  kids	  in	  the	  classroom	  and	  getting	  them	  excited	  on	  walking	  or	  biking	  to	  school	  allows	  the	  parents	  to	  get	  convinced	  by	  their	  child	  as	  opposed	  to	  the	  school.	  A	  child	  wanting	  to	  do	  something	  is	  sometimes	  the	  biggest	  motivator	  for	  parents	  to	  get	  behind	  a	  program	  such	  as	  walk	  or	  bike	  to	  school	  week,	  a	  WSBP,	  or	  a	  park	  and	  walk	  or	  ride	  program.	  	  	   HASTe	  is	  available	  for	  hire	  to	  make	  in	  depth,	  personalized	  reports	  of	  a	  school’s	  current	  problems	  regarding	  school	  travel,	  make	  a	  STP,	  and	  provide	  the	  ‘after’	  results.	  Though	  this	  is	  an	  amazing	  service	  and	  extremely	  desirable,	  it	  is	  not	  always	  accessible	  for	  schools,	  which	  is	  why	  the	  District	  of	  West	  Vancouver	  is	  trying	  to	  take	  steps	  of	  their	  own	  towards	  better	  school	  travel	  habits	  and	  to	  encourage	  active	  transportation.	  HASTe	  has	  a	  large	  amount	  of	  resources	  available	  online	  for	  free	  use,	  including	  tools	  on	  implementing	  your	  own	  programs	  at	  your	  school,	  finding	  the	  best	  walking	  or	  biking	  route	  to	  your	  school,	  and	  how	  to	  make	  a	  STP.	  	  5.2	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  School	  	   Gleneagles	  Elementary	  is	  located	  on	  Marine	  Dr.	  in	  Horseshoe	  Bay.	  They	  have	  students	  in	  grades	  kindergarten	  to	  seven	  (ages	  5-­‐12),	  and	  as	  seen	  in	  pink	  in	  figure	  1,	  they	  have	  a	  catchment	  area	  that	  extends	  out	  to	  Lion’s	  Bay.	  Due	  to	  this	  catchment	  that	  is	  only	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  3	  A	  park	  and	  walk	  or	  ride	  program	  is	  where	  a	  parent	  or	  guardian	  drives	  their	  child	  majority	  of	  the	  way	  to	  school,	  then	  park	  their	  car	  within	  a	  ten	  or	  so	  minute	  walk	  away	  and	  walk	  or	  bike	  in	  the	  rest	  of	  route.	  	  	   	  	  8	  accessible	  by	  highway,	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  is	  the	  only	  public	  elementary	  school	  within	  the	  District	  of	  West	  Vancouver	  that	  has	  a	  school	  bus	  system	  (Sgt.	  James,	  2015).	  Their	  school	  bus	  runs	  twice	  a	  day,	  once	  for	  drop-­‐off	  and	  once	  for	  pick-­‐up.	  Gleneagles	  is	  relatively	  strict	  on	  their	  catchment	  area,	  accepting	  mainly	  students	  within	  their	  catchment.	  	  Figure	  1:	  The	  District	  of	  West	  Vancouver	  School	  Zones.	  Source:	  School	  District	  45:	  West	  Vancouver	  School	  District—School	  Boundaries	  	  5.2.1	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  School:	  What	  They’ve	  Done	  	   Thus	  far,	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  has	  taken	  a	  number	  of	  steps	  to	 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COWANMILLERS LANDINGTYEE POINTLOOKOUT POINTWHYTE CLIFF POINTKETTLE POINTBATCHELOR POINTEAGLE ISLANDBALMY BEACHIRWIN BLUFFINDIAN BLUFFJUNIPER POINTPOINT ATKINSONNAVVY JACK POINTBRUNSWICK BEACHTHE VILLAGE OF LIONS BAYSUNSET BEACHJACKPINEPOINT1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10ABCDEFGABCDEFG3 4 5 6 7 8 9 103 ST .................. F-106 ST .................. F-108 ST .................. F-99 ST .................. F-911 PL ................. E-911 ST ................. F-912 ST ................. F-913 ST ................. F-914 ST ................. F-815 ST ................. F-816 ST ................. F-817 ST ................. E-818 ST ................. E-819 ST ................. F-820 ST ................. F-821 ST ................. F-822 ST ................. F-823 ST ................. F-724 ST ................. F-725 ST ................. F-726 ST ................. F-727 ST ................. F-728 ST ................. F-729 ST ................. F-630 ST ................. E-631 ST ................. E-6ADAMS RD. ............. B-1ALDERFEILD PL ......... E-3ALMONDEL CT ........... E-4ALMONDEL RD ........... E-4ALTAMONT CR ........... E-6ALTAMONT PL ........... E-7ANDERSON CR ........... F-9ANDOVER CRES .......... D-9ANDOVER PL ............ D-10ANSELL PL ............. A-4ARBUTUS PL ............ C-2ARBUTUS PT. RD. ....... B-1ARBUTUS RD ............ C-1ARGYLE AVE ............ C-2ARGYLE DR ............. F-8ASHFEILD RD ........... E-3ASPEN CR .............. E-3ASPEN DR .............. E-3AUBENEAU CR ........... F-9AVALON PL ............. D-3BAECON LANE ........... F-3BALLANTREE PL ......... D-10BALLANTREE RD ......... D-10BARNHAM PL ............ D-10BARNHAM RD ............ D-10BARTON RD. ............ A-2BATCHELOR ............. C-2BAY PL ................ C-2BAY ST ................ C-2BAYRIDGE AVE .......... E-5BAYRIDGE CT ........... E-5BAYVIEW PL ............ A-6BAYVIEW RD ............ D-3BEAR LANE ............. E-3BEDORA PL ............. A-4BELLEVUE AVE .......... F-8BENBOW RD ............. E-6BIDDESDEN PL .......... E-9BINNING LN ............ E-7BIRCHFEILD ............ E-3BLINK BONNIE RD ....... D-2BLUEBELL DR ........... D-3BOLTON RD. ............ A-2BONNIE BAY PL ......... D-2BONNYMUIR DR .......... D-10BONNYMUIR PL .......... D-10BOULDER CT ............ E-8BOWEN BAY RD. ......... B-1BRAESIDE CR ........... F-9BRAMWELL RD ........... E-8BRIDGE RD ............. G-9BROOKSIDE ............. E-3BRUCE ST .............. C-2BURHILL RD ............ F-10BURKHILL PL ........... E-4BURKHILL RD ........... E-4BURLEY DR ............. F-10BURLEY PL ............. F-9BURNSIDE RD ........... E-9BURY LANE ............. E-10CAMELOT RD ............ E-8CAMMERAY RD ........... E-8CAMRIDGE RD ........... E-8CAMWELL DR ............ E-8CANDIA PL ............. D-2CAPTAIN’S WAY ......... B-1CARR LN ............... E-7CAULFEILD DR .......... E-4CEDARIDGE PL .......... E-5CHAIRLIFT CL .......... E-7CHAIRLIFT PL .......... E-7CHAIRLIFT RD .......... E-7CHANNELVIEW DR ........ B-2CHARTWELL CRES ........ E-9CHARTWELL DR .......... E-8CHATHAM ST ............ C-2CHELSEA CL ............ E-7CHELSEA CT ............ E-7CHELSEA PL ............ E-7CHERBOURG DR .......... E-4CHIPPANDALE CT ........ E-8CHIPPENDALE RD ........ E-7CLIFF RD .............. C-2CLOVELLY WALK ......... E-3CLYDE AVE ............. F-8COLINS LANE ........... A-2CONDOR PL ............. D-2CONSTANTINE PL ........ E-7COPPER COVE RD ........ C-2COWANS POINT RD. ...... B-1CRAIGEND RD ........... E-6CRAIGMOHR DR .......... D-10CRANLEY DR ............ D-3CREERY AVE ............ F-5CRESTLINE RD .......... D-9CRESTWELL RD .......... E-9CROSS CREEK RD ........ E-9CROSSWAY .............. E-3CYPRESS BOWL RD ....... E-5DAFODIL DR ............ D-3DAFODIL LANE .......... D-3DE COURCY CT .......... E-3DEEP DENE RD .......... D-10DEER LANE ............. E-4DEER RIDGE DR ......... E-6DEER RIDGE PL ......... E-6DESSWOOD PL ........... D-10DICKENSON CR .......... E-6DOGWOOD LANE .......... E-4DORMAN RD. ............ B-2DOUGLAS ST ............ C-2DUCHESS AVE ........... F-9DUFFERIN AVE .......... C-2DUNLEWEY PL ........... E-8EAGLE CLIFF RD. ....... A-2EAGLE HARBOUR RD ...... D-3EAGLERIDGE DR ......... D-2EASTCOT RD ............ F-10EASTMONT DR ........... D-2EDEN PL ............... F-9EDENVALE CT ........... E-3ELVEDEN ROW ........... E-9ERRIGAL PL ............ E-8ERWIN DR .............. F-4ESPLANADE PL .......... F-9ESQUIMALT AVE ......... F-8ESTEVAN PL ............ E-4EVELYN RD ............. F-9EVERGREEN AVE ......... F-4EYREMOUNT DR .......... E-9EYREMOUNT RD .......... E-9FAIRMILE RD ........... E-9FALCON RD ............. D-3FARMLEIGH RD .......... E-9FERNDALE AVE .......... E-4FINCH HILL RD ......... E-8FOLKESTONE WAY ........ E-7FOLKSTONE WAY ......... E-7FOX ST ................ C-2FULTON AVE ............ F-8GABLES ................ E-6GALLAGHER PL .......... E-3GARDEN CT ............. E-7GILSTON RD ............ E-9GISBY ST .............. E-6GLEN MAROON RD ........ E-10GLENDALE CL ........... D-2GLENEAGLES DR ......... D-2GLENEAGLES PL ......... D-2GLENGARRY CR .......... D-10GLENMORE DR ........... D-10GLENROSS RD ........... D-10GLENWYND PL ........... D-2GORDON AVE ............ F-7GORDON PL ............. F-10GRAFTON RD ............ B-2GREENLEAF RD .......... E-3GREENTREE RD .......... E-3GREENWOOD RD .......... E-9GROVELAND CT .......... E-9GROVELAND RD .......... E-9GULF PL ............... E-3HADDEN DR ............. E-10HALSTON CT ............ E-7HAPPY VALLEY .......... F-3HARDING RD. ........... B-1HAWSTEAD PL ........... D-10HAYES ST .............. E-5HAYWOOD AVE ........... F-7HEADLAND CL ........... E-3HEADLAND DR ........... E-3HENLOW RD ............. D-9HIAWATHA DR ........... G-9HIDHURST PL ........... E-10HIGHGROVE PL .......... E-7HIGHLAND DR ........... E-9HIGHVIEW PL ........... E-7HILLCREST ST .......... E-5HILLSIDE RD ........... E-9HOLMBURY PL ........... E-10HOOD POINT RD ......... A-2HOWARD CT ............. E-3HOWE SOUND ............ F-3HUDSON CT ............. E-7HYCROFT RD ............ C-2IMPERIAL AVE .......... C-2INGLEWOOD AVE ......... F-9INGLEWOOD PL .......... F-10ISLEVIEW PL ........... A-6ISLEVIEW RD ........... C-2JACOBS CRES ........... G-10JACOBS RD ............. G-10JEFFERSON AVE ......... F-9KADLEC CT ............. E-7KEITH PL .............. F-10KEITH RD .............. F-9KELVINGROVE WAY ....... A-6KENSINGTON ............ E-3KENWOOD RD ............ E-10KEW CLIFF RD .......... E-3KEW RD ................ E-3KHATSILANO RD ......... G-10KILDONAN RD ........... D-10KING GEORGES WAY ...... E-9KINGS AVE ............. F-9KNOCKMAROON RD ........ E-9LANGTON PL ............ E-8LARSON PL ............. D-3LAURIE CR ............. D-10LAWA .................. G-10LAWRENCE WAY .......... A-4LAWSON AVE ............ F-9LEYLAND ST ............ F-9LIONS BAY AVE ......... A-6LOWER BELLEVUE ........ F-7LOWER CAPILANO RD ..... G-10LYTHE CT .............. E-8MACBETH CRES .......... F-10MADRONA CR ............ C-2MAPLE LANE ............ E-6MAPLE PL .............. D-3MARGAREE PL ........... F-10MARINE DR ............. G-9MARINER CL ............ E-3MARLOWE PL ............ E-8MARR CREEK CT ......... E-7MARTIN CT ............. E-3MATHERS AVE ........... F-8MATHERS CR ............ F-6MATHERS CT ............ F-8MATHIAS RD ............ G-10MCKECHNIE ............. E-5MCKENZIE DR ........... E-3MEADFEILD CL .......... E-3MEADFEILD PL .......... E-3MEADFIELD LANE ........ E-3MEADFIELD RD .......... E-3MILLER RD. ............ A-2MILLSTREAM RD ......... D-9MONTE BRE ............. E-3MONTIVERDI PL ......... E-3MORGAN CR ............. E-4MORVEN DR ............. D-10MOUNT GARDNER RD. ..... A-1MOUNTAIN DR ........... A-6MOYNE DR .............. E-10MULGRAVE PL ........... F-10NELSON AVE ............ F-8NELSON DR ............. D-2NEPAL CR .............. F-9NEPAL PL .............. F-9NETLEY PL ............. F-9NEWCROFT PL ........... F-10NEWDALE PL ............ F-10NEWDALE RD ............ F-10NEWLANDE RD ........... F-10NORMANBY CR ........... E-10NORTHWOOD DR .......... E-4NORTHWOOD PL .......... D-4OCEAN PL .............. E-3OCEANVIEW RD .......... A-6ODLUM CT .............. C-2ONSLOW PL ............. E-10ORCHARD LN ............ E-7ORCHARD WAY ........... E-8ORCHILL RD ............ D-2OTTABURN RD ........... E-9OTTAWA AVE ............ E-7OVERSTONE DR .......... D-2OXLEY ST .............. F-5PAITSMAUK ............. G-10PALMERSTON AVE ........ E-8PANORAMA PL ........... A-6PANORAMA VILLAGE ...... E-7PARK LANE ............. F-6PARKSIDE RD ........... E-9PARTHENON PL .......... E-3PASCO RD .............. B-3PERWINKLE PL .......... A-6PICADILLY NORTH ....... E-4PICADILLY SOUTH ....... F-3PILOT HOUSE RD ........ F-3PINECREST DR .......... E-8PINETREE CR ........... E-4PIT RD. ............... A-2PITCAIRN PL ........... E-3PITT ST ............... C-2PORT VIEW PL .......... E-4PRIMROSE PL ........... D-3PROCTOR AVE ........... F-6PYRFORD RD ............ E-9QUEENS AVE ............ E-9QUEENS PL ............. E-8RABBIT LANE ........... E-10RADCLIFF AVE .......... E-6RAINDANCE CR .......... G-9RAINDANCE CT .......... G-9RALEIGH ST ............ C-2RAVEN PL .............. D-2REGENCY PL ............ E-4RENA CRES ............. E-8RENTON RD ............. E-9RIPPLE PL ............. E-4RIPPLE RD ............. E-4RIVERS DR ............. G-10ROBIN HOOD RD ......... E-10ROCKBANK PL ........... E-4ROCKEND PL ............ E-4ROCKLAND WYND ......... C-2ROCKRIDGE CR .......... E-4ROCKRIDGE RD .......... E-4ROCKVIEW PL ........... E-5ROSE CR ............... E-4ROSEBERRY AVE ......... E-7ROSS CRES ............. F-4ROYAL AVE ............. C-2RUSSET PL ............. E-7RUSSET WAY ............ E-7RUTLAND RD ............ E-4SAMPSON LN ............ B-3SANDHURST PL .......... E-9SEASIDE PL ............ E-3SEAVIEW PL ............ D-3SENTINEL DR ........... F-9SHADBOLT LN ........... E-7SHAFTON PL ............ E-8SHAMROCK PL ........... E-7SHARON DR ............. E-5SHARON PL ............. E-5SHERMAN ST ............ E-5SHERWOOD LANE ......... F-8SINCLAIR ST ........... F-8SKILIFT PL ............ E-7SKILIFT RD ............ E-7SMITH RD. ............. A-2SMUGGLERS COVE RD. .... A-2SOUTHBOROUGH DR ....... E-10SOUTHRIDGE AVE ........ E-5SOUTHRIDGE PL ......... E-5SPENCER CT ............ E-6SPENCER DR ............ E-6SPRUCEFEILD RD ........ E-3SPURAWAY .............. F-10ST. ANDREWS RD ........ D-10ST. DENIS RD .......... F-8ST. GEORGES AVE ....... D-2ST. GEORGES CR ........ D-2ST. GILES RD .......... D-10ST. JAMES CR .......... E-10STEARMAN AVE .......... F-4STEVENS DR ............ D-10STEWART RD ............ A-7STONE CR .............. E-4STONE CT .............. E-4SUMMIT AVE ............ D-2SUMMIT PL ............. D-2SUNDANCE CIR .......... G-9SUNDANCE CT ........... G-9SUNSET AVE ............ F-5SUNSET DR ............. A-7SUTTON PL ............. E-9SWEETWATER PL ......... A-6TAYLOR DR ............. D-2TAYLOR PL ............. F-9TAYLOR RD. ............ B-2TAYLOR WAY ............ F-9TAYLORWOOD PL ......... F-10TELEGRAPH ............. D-3TERRACE ............... E-3THE BYWAY ............. E-3THE DALE .............. F-3THE GLEN .............. D-4THE HIGHWAY ........... F-4THOMPSON CR ........... E-6THOMPSON PL ........... E-6TIDWATER WAY .......... A-6TIMBERFIELD DR ........ E-3TIMBERTOP RD .......... A-6TOMAHAWK AVE .......... G-10TOWER HILL ............ E-7TRAVERS AVE ........... E-6TUNSTALL BLVD. ........ B-1TYEE CT ............... G-9TYEE DR ............... G-9TYROL CT .............. E-8TYROL PL .............. E-8TYROL RD .............. E-9UPPER BELLEVUE ........ F-7VARLEY LN ............. E-7VIEWRIDGE PL .......... E-5VINSON CREEK RD ....... E-9VISTA PL .............. E-3WARDANCE .............. G-10WATER LANE ............ F-3WELCH ST .............. G-10WELLINGTON AVE ........ C-2WENTWORTH AVE ......... E-7WESTCOT RD ............ F-9WESTDEAN CRES ......... E-8WESTHAVEN RD .......... D-3WESTHAVEN WYND ........ D-3WESTHILL CL ........... E-8WESTHILL CT ........... E-8WESTHILL DR ........... E-8WESTHILL PL ........... E-8WESTHILL WAY .......... E-8WESTHILL WYND ......... E-8WESTHOLME RD .......... E-5WESTMOUNT CT .......... E-5WESTMOUNT PL .......... E-6WESTMOUNT RD .......... E-6WESTPORT RD ........... D-3WESTRIDGE AVE ......... E-5WESTSIDE RD. .......... B-1WESTWOOD DR ........... D-4WHITBY RD ............. E-8WHITESAILS RD. ........ B-1WHONOAK ............... G-10WILDWOOD LANE ......... F-9WILLOUGHBY RD ......... E-7WILLOW CREEK RD ....... E-4WINDJAMMER RD. ........ B-1WOLSELEY ST ........... C-2WOODBURN RD ........... D-3WOODCREST RD .......... E-4WOODGREEN CT .......... E-4WOODGREEN DR .......... D-4WOODGREEN PL .......... E-4WOODGROVE PL .......... D-4WOODLEY CR ............ D-4WOODPARK RD ........... E-4WOODRIDGE PL .......... D-4WOODS RD. ............. A-2WOODSIDE PL ........... D-4WOODVALLEY PL ......... D-4WOODVIEW PL ........... D-4WYND RD ............... B-4YOUNETTE DR ........... F-9BOWEN ISLAND INSET LIONS BAY INSETLEGENDSCALE 1:26,0000 DISTANCE IN KILOMETERS 1.0.5SCALE 1:52,0000DISTANCE IN KILOMETERS1.0.5Prepared by: G.M. JOHNSON & ASSOCIATES,  Burnaby B.C. (604) 299-7074STREET INDEXDistrict FacilitiesFrench Immersion SchoolMontessori SchoolPrimary SchoolElementary SchoolElementary School Boundary ShadedSecondary SchoolSecondary School BoundaryCemeteryGolf Course ParkSchool AreaSCALE 1:13,0000 DISTANCE IN KILOMETERS 1.0REVISED: AUGUIST 20131.5.5SCHOOL BOUNDARY MAP	   9	  next	  to	  the	  school	  in	  order	  to	  slow	  down	  traffic.	  In	  addition	  to	  this,	  they	  have	  also	  installed	  a	  crosswalk	  along	  Marine	  Dr.	  in	  order	  to	  allow	  students	  to	  safely	  cross	  the	  street.	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  also	  has	  a	  roundabout	  in	  front	  of	  their	  main	  entrance	  that	  allows	  parents	  to	  pull	  in,	  drop	  their	  child	  off,	  see	  them	  enter	  through	  the	  front	  door,	  and	  drive	  out	  smoothly.	  One	  of	  the	  most	  advantageous	  steps	  the	  school	  has	  taken	  is	  the	  agreement	  they	  have	  made	  with	  the	  Gleneagles	  Community	  Center,	  which	  is	  a	  three-­‐minute	  walk	  away	  that	  requires	  no	  streets	  to	  be	  crossed.	  This	  agreement	  with	  the	  Gleneagles	  Community	  Center	  allows	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  parents	  to	  use	  one	  of	  their	  parking	  lots	  for	  drop-­‐off	  and	  pick-­‐up.	  Parents	  and	  guardians	  are	  more	  than	  welcome	  to	  park	  here	  and	  wait	  for	  their	  child	  to	  walk	  down	  the	  safe	  sidewalk	  to	  meet	  them.	  This	  agreement	  allows	  for	  more	  traffic	  to	  be	  diverted	  away	  from	  the	  school’s	  main	  feeder	  streets,	  Marine	  Dr.	  and	  Keith	  Rd.	  	  5.2.2	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  School:	  The	  Problems	  They’re	  Facing	  	   First	  and	  foremost,	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  does	  not	  have	  many	  children	  taking	  active	  transportation	  to	  school.	  This	  results	  in	  the	  majority	  of	  students,	  excluding	  those	  taking	  in	  the	  school	  bus	  from	  Lions	  Bay	  and	  those	  within	  an	  extremely	  close	  vicinity	  to	  the	  school,	  to	  be	  driven	  to	  school	  by	  single-­‐occupancy	  vehicle.	  This	  large	  volume	  of	  cars	  and	  limited	  parking	  creates	  problems	  for	  the	  school.	  The	  morning	  drop-­‐off	  is	  mostly	  smooth,	  with	  parents	  and	  guardians	  mainly	  using	  the	  roundabout	  in	  front	  of	  the	  school;	  however	  during	  pick-­‐up	  time	  when	  school	  is	  dismissed,	  parents	  start	  to	  park	  in	  the	  roundabout	  instead	  of	  driving	  through	  which	  makes	  it	  difficult	  for	  other	  cars	  to	  get	  in	  and	  by.	  This	  forces	  majority	  of	  cars	  move	  down	  to	  Marine	  Dr.	  to	  find	  short-­‐term	  parking.	  The	  school	  has	  in	  the	  past	  called	  for	  official	  authority,	  such	  as	  police	  officers,	  to	  stand	  and	  attempt	  to	  maintain	  the	  legal	  traffic	  laws	  (Plant,	  2015).	  	   	  	  10	  There	  are	  a	  small	  number	  of	  designated	  spaces	  along	  Marine	  Dr.	  for	  cars	  to	  pick-­‐up	  their	  students;	  however	  these	  spaces	  are	  limited.	  The	  large	  volume	  of	  traffic	  that	  flows	  through	  this	  street	  causes	  cars	  to	  park	  along	  Marine	  Dr.	  in	  no-­‐stopping	  zones,	  no-­‐parking	  zones,	  and	  even	  a	  public	  bus	  stop.	  These	  are	  not	  proper	  spaces	  for	  cars	  to	  stop,	  and	  leave	  limited	  room	  for	  traffic	  to	  flow	  through.	  In	  addition	  to	  this,	  these	  cars	  are	  parked	  in	  between	  two	  crosswalks,	  with	  the	  result	  that	  children	  jaywalk	  across	  the	  street	  to	  meet	  their	  parent.	  This	  is	  not	  only	  extremely	  concerning	  and	  unsafe,	  but	  unnecessary	  seeing	  as	  there	  is	  a	  crosswalk	  a	  mere	  15	  meters	  away.	  The	  community	  center	  parking	  lot	  is	  scarcely	  used	  during	  drop-­‐off	  and	  pick-­‐up.	  The	  reason	  behind	  this	  is	  unknown,	  however	  it	  is	  safe	  to	  assume	  that	  parents	  and	  guardians	  like	  being	  able	  to	  sit	  right	  outside	  the	  school	  to	  look	  for	  their	  child	  rather	  than	  a	  three-­‐minute	  walk	  away.	  	  To	  summarize,	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  does	  not	  have	  enough	  students	  talking	  active	  transportation	  to	  school;	  they	  also	  do	  not	  have	  many	  parents	  using	  the	  roundabout	  system	  correctly	  at	  school	  dismissal	  time.	  In	  addition	  to	  this,	  they	  have	  cars	  parking	  in	  no-­‐stopping	  zones,	  no-­‐parking	  zones,	  and	  a	  public	  bus	  stop.	  Also,	  the	  community	  center	  parking	  lot	  is	  not	  being	  used,	  despite	  its	  convenience	  and	  safe	  route	  to	  get	  there.	  	  5.2.3	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  School:	  The	  Spirit	  Trail	  	   Gleneagles	  Elementary	  is	  awaiting	  the	  installment	  of	  the	  highly	  anticipated	  Spirit	  Trail.	  The	  West	  Vancouver	  portion	  of	  the	  Spirit	  Trail,	  once	  complete,	  will	  connect	  the	  community	  of	  Horseshoe	  Bay	  to	  the	  Lions	  Gate	  Bridge	  with	  an	  unbroken,	  mostly	  flat	  walkway	  for	  walking	  and	  biking.	  The	  already-­‐completed	  portions	  of	  this	  trail	  show	  a	  wide	  pathway	  that	  is	  smooth	  and	  aesthetically	  pleasing.	  This	  trail	  will	  pass	  directly	  by	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  School	  as	  seen	  in	  red	  in	  figure	  2.	  The	  installment	  of	  this	  trail	  	   11	  includes	  shifting	  the	  Marine	  Dr.	  roadway	  east,	  which	  will	  fully	  eliminate	  those	  no-­‐stopping	  and	  no-­‐parking	  zones	  for	  cars;	  the	  option	  to	  stop	  there	  will	  no	  longer	  exist.	  Also,	  it	  will	  run	  through	  the	  community	  of	  Horseshoe	  Bay,	  providing	  a	  pleasant,	  accessible	  route	  for	  parents	  and	  children	  to	  walk	  and	  bike	  to	  and	  from	  school.	  This	  trail	  is	  highly	  anticipated	  for	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  due	  to	  the	  elimination	  of	  illegal	  parking	  spaces,	  and	  the	  possibility	  it	  holds	  to	  attract	  more	  students,	  parents,	  and	  guardians	  to	  take	  active	  transportation	  to	  school.	  	  	  Figure	  2:	  The	  Spirit	  Trail,	  Zone	  2:	  Gleaneagles.	  Source:	  The	  District	  of	  West	  Vancouver	  via	  Space2Place	  	  5.3	  West	  Bay	  Elementary	  School	  	  	   West	  Bay	  Elementary	  is	  located	  in	  central	  West	  Vancouver	  below	  the	  Trans	  Canada	  highway,	  south	  from	  Cypress	  Bowl	  Road.	  They	  have	  student’s	  grades	  kindergarten	  to	  seven	  	   	  	  12	  (ages	  5-­‐12).	  Their	  catchment,	  as	  seen	  in	  the	  grey-­‐purple	  area	  in	  figure	  1,	  is	  in	  a	  densely	  residential	  area	  and	  extends	  both	  above	  and	  below	  the	  Trans	  Canada	  highway.	  	  In	  addition	  to	  this,	  West	  Bay	  is	  not	  as	  strict	  when	  it	  comes	  to	  accepting	  students	  outside	  of	  their	  catchment,	  having	  multiple	  students	  who	  reside	  outside	  of	  even	  the	  District	  of	  West	  Vancouver.	  This	  large	  and	  lenient	  catchment	  makes	  West	  Bay	  Elementary	  a	  larger	  school	  than	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  with	  students	  commuting	  to	  and	  from	  further	  away.	  	  I	  met	  with	  Principal	  Judy	  Duncan	  and	  Parent	  Advisory	  Committee	  [PAC]	  chairwoman,	  Tricia	  Wilson,	  in	  order	  to	  discuss	  their	  school’s	  current	  status	  in	  school	  traffic	  and	  active	  transportation.	  5.3.1	  West	  Bay	  Elementary	  School:	  What	  They’ve	  Done	  	   West	  Bay	  Elementary	  has	  taken	  multiple	  steps	  in	  order	  to	  manage	  their	  school	  traffic.	  They	  have	  created	  a	  brochure	  that	  is	  distributed	  to	  every	  parent	  and	  guardian	  at	  the	  beginning	  of	  the	  year.	  In	  this	  brochure,	  they	  include	  their	  drop-­‐off	  and	  pick-­‐up	  regulations,	  along	  with	  where	  you	  can	  and	  cannot	  park.	  They	  have	  created	  a	  well-­‐working	  roundabout	  system	  for	  drop-­‐off	  and	  pick-­‐up	  where	  students,	  parent	  volunteers,	  teachers,	  and	  the	  principal	  all	  stay	  outside	  to	  monitor.	  This	  system	  works	  extremely	  smoothly	  due	  to	  the	  supervision,	  the	  overall	  knowledge	  of	  it,	  and	  the	  parking	  spaces	  that	  have	  been	  changed	  from	  two-­‐hour,	  to	  no	  stopping	  at	  school-­‐start	  and	  dismissal	  times.	  In	  addition	  to	  this,	  a	  separate	  area	  has	  been	  created	  for	  kindergarten	  parents	  and	  guardians	  who	  receive	  ‘parking	  permits’	  that	  allow	  them	  to	  park	  and	  walk	  their	  child	  into	  school.	  West	  Bay	  Elementary	  has	  also	  added	  new	  bike	  racks	  and	  a	  crosswalk	  at	  the	  end	  of	  their	  street.	  	  	   13	  5.3.2	  West	  Bay	  Elementary	  School:	  The	  Problems	  They’re	  Facing	  	   Even	  though	  West	  Bay	  Elementary	  is	  managing	  their	  school	  traffic	  well,	  there	  are	  a	  very	  small	  number	  of	  children	  walking	  and	  biking	  to	  school	  and	  still	  a	  high	  number	  being	  driven	  by	  single-­‐occupancy	  vehicle.	  The	  school	  wants	  there	  to	  be	  a	  positive	  shift	  in	  the	  number	  of	  students	  taking	  active	  transportation	  to	  and	  from	  school.	  Not	  only	  does	  this	  encourage	  physical	  activity	  and	  is	  more	  sustainable,	  but	  it	  also	  could	  help	  ease	  the	  amount	  of	  cars	  using	  their	  roundabout	  system	  every	  day,	  making	  it	  work	  even	  better.	  	  6.0	  Recommendations	  	   Through	  my	  literature	  research	  and	  interviews,	  I	  have	  acquired	  the	  adequate	  knowledge	  to	  suggest	  what	  I	  believe	  to	  be	  the	  most	  beneficial	  changes	  that	  can	  be	  made	  at	  both	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  and	  West	  Bay	  Elementary.	  I	  found	  that	  both	  schools	  could	  benefit	  greatly	  from	  using	  the	  tools	  available	  to	  them	  on	  the	  HASTe	  website,	  and	  if	  this	  website	  was	  introduced	  to	  parents	  I	  trust	  this	  could	  also	  benefit	  both	  schools.	  	  6.1	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  School	  	   Gleneagles	  Elementary	  is	  currently	  ‘on-­‐hold’	  for	  any	  big	  changes	  being	  made	  to	  their	  school	  traffic	  systems	  due	  to	  the	  much-­‐anticipated	  Spirit	  Trail.	  They	  feel	  as	  though	  this	  trail	  will	  greatly	  benefit	  them	  due	  to	  the	  elimination	  of	  parking	  spaces	  and	  creation	  of	  an	  easy	  route	  through	  the	  neighborhood	  to	  and	  from	  school.	  That	  being	  said,	  in	  the	  mean	  time,	  there	  are	  a	  few	  things	  Gleneagles	  could	  be	  doing.	  Firstly,	  the	  creation	  of	  a	  school	  brochure	  to	  be	  handed	  out	  at	  the	  beginning	  of	  every	  year	  to	  all	  parents	  and	  guardians	  explaining	  the	  traffic	  and	  parking	  rules	  and	  regulations,	  including	  a	  URL	  to	  the	  HASTe	  website,	  along	  with	  advertising	  the	  use	  of	  the	  community	  center	  parking	  lot	  and	  making	  all	  parents	  aware	  of	  	   	  	  14	  any	  active	  transportation	  programs	  would	  be	  extremely	  beneficial.	  This	  step	  of	  making	  everyone	  aware	  of	  the	  possibilities	  made	  to	  them	  is	  important	  in	  the	  first	  step	  of	  change.	  Secondly,	  to	  eliminate	  the	  issue	  of	  cars	  parking	  where	  they	  are	  not	  allowed,	  cones	  and	  pylons	  can	  be	  placed	  in	  these	  locations	  at	  drop-­‐off	  and	  pick-­‐up	  hours.	  Thirdly,	  the	  creation	  of	  walk	  and	  bike	  to	  school	  week	  programs	  can	  be	  extremely	  beneficial	  in	  introducing	  an	  active	  transportation	  lifestyle	  to	  students.	  In	  this,	  classroom	  engagement	  would	  be	  crucial,	  along	  with	  small	  prizes	  for	  motivation.	  It	  is	  found	  that	  walk	  and	  bike	  to	  school	  week	  programs	  typically	  jump-­‐start	  a	  permanent	  plan	  for	  students	  and	  parents	  to	  take	  active	  transportation	  to	  school	  (Bhimji,	  2015).	  	  	  	   After	  the	  Spirit	  Trail	  is	  installed,	  a	  WSBP	  could	  be	  very	  beneficial	  for	  the	  school.	  The	  ability	  to	  do	  so	  would	  be	  made	  easy	  with	  a	  pleasant,	  flat	  and	  accessible	  trail	  to	  use	  that	  passes	  many	  students’	  homes	  on	  the	  way	  to	  school.	  There	  are	  other	  options	  that	  could	  work	  for	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  as	  well,	  such	  as	  a	  park	  and	  walk	  program,	  however	  I	  believe	  the	  steps	  just	  mentioned	  would	  yield	  the	  most	  beneficial	  and	  instant	  results.	  	  6.2	  West	  Bay	  Elementary	  School	  	   Due	  to	  West	  Bay	  Elementary	  School’s	  current	  status	  on	  their	  well-­‐maintained	  school	  traffic	  roundabout	  system,	  my	  recommendations	  for	  the	  school	  focus	  mainly	  on	  how	  to	  get	  more	  students	  taking	  active	  transportation	  to	  school.	  Firstly,	  a	  park	  and	  walk	  program	  would	  be	  extremely	  beneficial	  to	  West	  Bay	  Elementary.	  There	  is	  a	  gas	  station	  located	  just	  off	  the	  closest	  highway	  exit,	  which	  is	  a	  fifteen-­‐minute	  walk	  to	  the	  school.	  This	  walk	  is	  on	  quiet	  streets	  and	  all	  streets	  have	  sidewalks.	  This	  location	  is	  convenient	  for	  all	  those	  arriving	  via	  the	  Trans	  Canada	  highway,	  as	  well	  as	  those	  who	  reside	  close	  by.	  This	  park	  and	  walk	  can	  be	  combined	  with	  a	  WSBP,	  where	  ten	  or	  so	  children	  can	  be	  dropped	  off	  at	  the	  gas	  	   15	  station	  and	  walking	  into	  school	  by	  two	  or	  more	  adults.	  More	  walk	  and	  bike	  to	  school	  week	  programs	  could	  be	  implemented	  at	  West	  Bay	  Elementary	  as	  well	  for	  the	  same	  reasons	  and	  with	  the	  same	  techniques	  as	  mentioned	  in	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  School’s	  recommendations.	  It	  is	  important	  to	  note	  that	  walk	  and	  bike	  to	  school	  week	  programs	  are	  most	  successful	  and	  see	  the	  most	  repeated	  results	  when	  implemented	  at	  the	  beginning	  of	  the	  school	  year	  (Bhimji,	  2015).	  Classroom	  engagement	  in	  the	  walk	  or	  bike	  to	  school	  week	  programs,	  and	  overall,	  can	  be	  very	  beneficial.	  Carpooling	  is	  also	  an	  option	  that	  could	  be	  explored	  for	  the	  school;	  however	  this	  would	  have	  to	  be	  more	  so	  organized	  by	  the	  parents.	  West	  Bay	  Elementary	  should	  include	  any	  and	  all	  programs	  that	  will	  be	  put	  in	  possible	  use,	  as	  well	  as	  information	  about	  HASTe	  and	  a	  URL	  to	  their	  website	  in	  their	  brochures	  that	  are	  handed	  out	  every	  year.	  This	  information	  can	  then	  be	  learned,	  shared,	  and	  utilized	  by	  all	  the	  parents	  and	  guardians.	  	  7.0	  Conclusions	  	   The	  number	  of	  children	  arriving	  to	  school	  by	  single-­‐occupancy	  vehicles	  is	  high	  in	  the	  District	  of	  West	  Vancouver.	  There	  are	  many	  barriers	  that	  we	  face	  when	  attempting	  to	  change	  these	  habits,	  such	  as	  attitudes	  surrounding	  the	  safety	  and	  convenience	  of	  cars.	  That	  being	  said,	  there	  are	  many	  different	  methods	  and	  programs	  that	  can	  be	  implemented	  in	  order	  to	  change	  these	  habits,	  such	  as	  making	  parents	  aware	  of	  the	  benefits	  of	  taking	  active	  transportation	  to	  and	  from	  school,	  implementing	  walk	  and	  bike	  to	  school	  week	  programs,	  creating	  a	  park	  and	  walk	  program	  where	  parents	  can	  still	  drive	  majority	  of	  the	  way,	  and	  by	  creating	  a	  brochure	  to	  hand	  out,	  full	  of	  information	  on	  the	  school’s	  personal	  drop-­‐off	  and	  pick-­‐up	  regulations	  as	  well	  as	  any	  and	  all	  of	  the	  programs	  they	  have	  running	  at	  the	  time.	  Making	  parents	  and	  guardians	  aware	  of	  the	  possibilities	  that	  are	  available	  to	  them	  can	  help	  	   	  	  16	  to	  reduce	  school	  traffic	  and	  increase	  active	  transportation.	  In-­‐class	  involvement	  with	  the	  students	  is	  also	  a	  great	  tactic	  in	  order	  to	  motivate	  the	  children	  to	  take	  active	  and	  sustainable	  modes	  of	  transportation	  to	  and	  from	  school.	  Many	  of	  these	  tactics	  can	  be	  used	  all	  around	  the	  District	  of	  West	  Vancouver;	  they	  are	  not	  limited	  to	  Gleneagles	  Elementary	  and	  West	  Bay	  Elementary.	  Overall,	  there	  are	  options	  to	  help	  and	  alleviate	  the	  current	  issues	  of	  ‘one	  child,	  one	  car’	  driving	  habits	  and	  to	  encourage	  active	  and	  sustainable	  transportation	  among	  children	  and	  youth	  in	  the	  District	  of	  West	  Vancouver.	   	  	   17	  8.0	  Works	  Cited	  Baslington, H. 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E-6ADAMS RD. ............. B-1ALDERFEILD PL ......... E-3ALMONDEL CT ........... E-4ALMONDEL RD ........... E-4ALTAMONT CR ........... E-6ALTAMONT PL ........... E-7ANDERSON CR ........... F-9ANDOVER CRES .......... D-9ANDOVER PL ............ D-10ANSELL PL ............. A-4ARBUTUS PL ............ C-2ARBUTUS PT. RD. ....... B-1ARBUTUS RD ............ C-1ARGYLE AVE ............ C-2ARGYLE DR ............. F-8ASHFEILD RD ........... E-3ASPEN CR .............. E-3ASPEN DR .............. E-3AUBENEAU CR ........... F-9AVALON PL ............. D-3BAECON LANE ........... F-3BALLANTREE PL ......... D-10BALLANTREE RD ......... D-10BARNHAM PL ............ D-10BARNHAM RD ............ D-10BARTON RD. ............ A-2BATCHELOR ............. C-2BAY PL ................ C-2BAY ST ................ C-2BAYRIDGE AVE .......... E-5BAYRIDGE CT ........... E-5BAYVIEW PL ............ A-6BAYVIEW RD ............ D-3BEAR LANE ............. E-3BEDORA PL ............. A-4BELLEVUE AVE .......... F-8BENBOW RD ............. E-6BIDDESDEN PL .......... E-9BINNING LN ............ E-7BIRCHFEILD ............ E-3BLINK BONNIE RD ....... D-2BLUEBELL DR ........... D-3BOLTON RD. ............ A-2BONNIE BAY PL ......... D-2BONNYMUIR DR .......... D-10BONNYMUIR PL .......... D-10BOULDER CT ............ E-8BOWEN BAY RD. ......... B-1BRAESIDE CR ........... F-9BRAMWELL RD ........... E-8BRIDGE RD ............. G-9BROOKSIDE ............. E-3BRUCE ST .............. C-2BURHILL RD ............ F-10BURKHILL PL ........... E-4BURKHILL RD ........... E-4BURLEY DR ............. F-10BURLEY PL ............. F-9BURNSIDE RD ........... E-9BURY LANE ............. E-10CAMELOT RD ............ E-8CAMMERAY RD ........... E-8CAMRIDGE RD ........... E-8CAMWELL DR ............ E-8CANDIA PL ............. D-2CAPTAIN’S WAY ......... B-1CARR LN ............... E-7CAULFEILD DR .......... E-4CEDARIDGE PL .......... E-5CHAIRLIFT CL .......... E-7CHAIRLIFT PL .......... E-7CHAIRLIFT RD .......... E-7CHANNELVIEW DR ........ B-2CHARTWELL CRES ........ E-9CHARTWELL DR .......... E-8CHATHAM ST ............ C-2CHELSEA CL ............ E-7CHELSEA CT ............ E-7CHELSEA PL ............ E-7CHERBOURG DR .......... E-4CHIPPANDALE CT ........ E-8CHIPPENDALE RD ........ E-7CLIFF RD .............. C-2CLOVELLY WALK ......... E-3CLYDE AVE ............. F-8COLINS LANE ........... A-2CONDOR PL ............. D-2CONSTANTINE PL ........ E-7COPPER COVE RD ........ C-2COWANS POINT RD. ...... B-1CRAIGEND RD ........... E-6CRAIGMOHR DR .......... D-10CRANLEY DR ............ D-3CREERY AVE ............ F-5CRESTLINE RD .......... D-9CRESTWELL RD .......... E-9CROSS CREEK RD ........ E-9CROSSWAY .............. E-3CYPRESS BOWL RD ....... E-5DAFODIL DR ............ D-3DAFODIL LANE .......... D-3DE COURCY CT .......... E-3DEEP DENE RD .......... D-10DEER LANE ............. E-4DEER RIDGE DR ......... E-6DEER RIDGE PL ......... E-6DESSWOOD PL ........... D-10DICKENSON CR .......... E-6DOGWOOD LANE .......... E-4DORMAN RD. ............ B-2DOUGLAS ST ............ C-2DUCHESS AVE ........... F-9DUFFERIN AVE .......... C-2DUNLEWEY PL ........... E-8EAGLE CLIFF RD. ....... A-2EAGLE HARBOUR RD ...... D-3EAGLERIDGE DR ......... D-2EASTCOT RD ............ F-10EASTMONT DR ........... D-2EDEN PL ............... F-9EDENVALE CT ........... E-3ELVEDEN ROW ........... E-9ERRIGAL PL ............ E-8ERWIN DR .............. F-4ESPLANADE PL .......... F-9ESQUIMALT AVE ......... F-8ESTEVAN PL ............ E-4EVELYN RD ............. F-9EVERGREEN AVE ......... F-4EYREMOUNT DR .......... E-9EYREMOUNT RD .......... E-9FAIRMILE RD ........... E-9FALCON RD ............. D-3FARMLEIGH RD .......... E-9FERNDALE AVE .......... E-4FINCH HILL RD ......... E-8FOLKESTONE WAY ........ E-7FOLKSTONE WAY ......... E-7FOX ST ................ C-2FULTON AVE ............ F-8GABLES ................ E-6GALLAGHER PL .......... E-3GARDEN CT ............. E-7GILSTON RD ............ E-9GISBY ST .............. E-6GLEN MAROON RD ........ E-10GLENDALE CL ........... D-2GLENEAGLES DR ......... D-2GLENEAGLES PL ......... D-2GLENGARRY CR .......... D-10GLENMORE DR ........... D-10GLENROSS RD ........... D-10GLENWYND PL ........... D-2GORDON AVE ............ F-7GORDON PL ............. F-10GRAFTON RD ............ B-2GREENLEAF RD .......... E-3GREENTREE RD .......... E-3GREENWOOD RD .......... E-9GROVELAND CT .......... E-9GROVELAND RD .......... E-9GULF PL ............... E-3HADDEN DR ............. E-10HALSTON CT ............ E-7HAPPY VALLEY .......... F-3HARDING RD. ........... B-1HAWSTEAD PL ........... D-10HAYES ST .............. E-5HAYWOOD AVE ........... F-7HEADLAND CL ........... E-3HEADLAND DR ........... E-3HENLOW RD ............. D-9HIAWATHA DR ........... G-9HIDHURST PL ........... E-10HIGHGROVE PL .......... E-7HIGHLAND DR ........... E-9HIGHVIEW PL ........... E-7HILLCREST ST .......... E-5HILLSIDE RD ........... E-9HOLMBURY PL ........... E-10HOOD POINT RD ......... A-2HOWARD CT ............. E-3HOWE SOUND ............ F-3HUDSON CT ............. E-7HYCROFT RD ............ C-2IMPERIAL AVE .......... C-2INGLEWOOD AVE ......... F-9INGLEWOOD PL .......... F-10ISLEVIEW PL ........... A-6ISLEVIEW RD ........... C-2JACOBS CRES ........... G-10JACOBS RD ............. G-10JEFFERSON AVE ......... F-9KADLEC CT ............. E-7KEITH PL .............. F-10KEITH RD .............. F-9KELVINGROVE WAY ....... A-6KENSINGTON ............ E-3KENWOOD RD ............ E-10KEW CLIFF RD .......... E-3KEW RD ................ E-3KHATSILANO RD ......... G-10KILDONAN RD ........... D-10KING GEORGES WAY ...... E-9KINGS AVE ............. F-9KNOCKMAROON RD ........ E-9LANGTON PL ............ E-8LARSON PL ............. D-3LAURIE CR ............. D-10LAWA .................. G-10LAWRENCE WAY .......... A-4LAWSON AVE ............ F-9LEYLAND ST ............ F-9LIONS BAY AVE ......... A-6LOWER BELLEVUE ........ F-7LOWER CAPILANO RD ..... G-10LYTHE CT .............. E-8MACBETH CRES .......... F-10MADRONA CR ............ C-2MAPLE LANE ............ E-6MAPLE PL .............. D-3MARGAREE PL ........... F-10MARINE DR ............. G-9MARINER CL ............ E-3MARLOWE PL ............ E-8MARR CREEK CT ......... E-7MARTIN CT ............. E-3MATHERS AVE ........... F-8MATHERS CR ............ F-6MATHERS CT ............ F-8MATHIAS RD ............ G-10MCKECHNIE ............. E-5MCKENZIE DR ........... E-3MEADFEILD CL .......... E-3MEADFEILD PL .......... E-3MEADFIELD LANE ........ E-3MEADFIELD RD .......... E-3MILLER RD. ............ A-2MILLSTREAM RD ......... D-9MONTE BRE ............. E-3MONTIVERDI PL ......... E-3MORGAN CR ............. E-4MORVEN DR ............. D-10MOUNT GARDNER RD. ..... A-1MOUNTAIN DR ........... A-6MOYNE DR .............. E-10MULGRAVE PL ........... F-10NELSON AVE ............ F-8NELSON DR ............. D-2NEPAL CR .............. F-9NEPAL PL .............. F-9NETLEY PL ............. F-9NEWCROFT PL ........... F-10NEWDALE PL ............ F-10NEWDALE RD ............ F-10NEWLANDE RD ........... F-10NORMANBY CR ........... E-10NORTHWOOD DR .......... E-4NORTHWOOD PL .......... D-4OCEAN PL .............. E-3OCEANVIEW RD .......... A-6ODLUM CT .............. C-2ONSLOW PL ............. E-10ORCHARD LN ............ E-7ORCHARD WAY ........... E-8ORCHILL RD ............ D-2OTTABURN RD ........... E-9OTTAWA AVE ............ E-7OVERSTONE DR .......... D-2OXLEY ST .............. F-5PAITSMAUK ............. G-10PALMERSTON AVE ........ E-8PANORAMA PL ........... A-6PANORAMA VILLAGE ...... E-7PARK LANE ............. F-6PARKSIDE RD ........... E-9PARTHENON PL .......... E-3PASCO RD .............. B-3PERWINKLE PL .......... A-6PICADILLY NORTH ....... E-4PICADILLY SOUTH ....... F-3PILOT HOUSE RD ........ F-3PINECREST DR .......... E-8PINETREE CR ........... E-4PIT RD. ............... A-2PITCAIRN PL ........... E-3PITT ST ............... C-2PORT VIEW PL .......... E-4PRIMROSE PL ........... D-3PROCTOR AVE ........... F-6PYRFORD RD ............ E-9QUEENS AVE ............ E-9QUEENS PL ............. E-8RABBIT LANE ........... E-10RADCLIFF AVE .......... E-6RAINDANCE CR .......... G-9RAINDANCE CT .......... G-9RALEIGH ST ............ C-2RAVEN PL .............. D-2REGENCY PL ............ E-4RENA CRES ............. E-8RENTON RD ............. E-9RIPPLE PL ............. E-4RIPPLE RD ............. E-4RIVERS DR ............. G-10ROBIN HOOD RD ......... E-10ROCKBANK PL ........... E-4ROCKEND PL ............ E-4ROCKLAND WYND ......... C-2ROCKRIDGE CR .......... E-4ROCKRIDGE RD .......... E-4ROCKVIEW PL ........... E-5ROSE CR ............... E-4ROSEBERRY AVE ......... E-7ROSS CRES ............. F-4ROYAL AVE ............. C-2RUSSET PL ............. E-7RUSSET WAY ............ E-7RUTLAND RD ............ E-4SAMPSON LN ............ B-3SANDHURST PL .......... E-9SEASIDE PL ............ E-3SEAVIEW PL ............ D-3SENTINEL DR ........... F-9SHADBOLT LN ........... E-7SHAFTON PL ............ E-8SHAMROCK PL ........... E-7SHARON DR ............. E-5SHARON PL ............. E-5SHERMAN ST ............ E-5SHERWOOD LANE ......... F-8SINCLAIR ST ........... F-8SKILIFT PL ............ E-7SKILIFT RD ............ E-7SMITH RD. ............. A-2SMUGGLERS COVE RD. .... A-2SOUTHBOROUGH DR ....... E-10SOUTHRIDGE AVE ........ E-5SOUTHRIDGE PL ......... E-5SPENCER CT ............ E-6SPENCER DR ............ E-6SPRUCEFEILD RD ........ E-3SPURAWAY .............. F-10ST. ANDREWS RD ........ D-10ST. DENIS RD .......... F-8ST. GEORGES AVE ....... D-2ST. GEORGES CR ........ D-2ST. GILES RD .......... D-10ST. JAMES CR .......... E-10STEARMAN AVE .......... F-4STEVENS DR ............ D-10STEWART RD ............ A-7STONE CR .............. E-4STONE CT .............. E-4SUMMIT AVE ............ D-2SUMMIT PL ............. D-2SUNDANCE CIR .......... G-9SUNDANCE CT ........... G-9SUNSET AVE ............ F-5SUNSET DR ............. A-7SUTTON PL ............. E-9SWEETWATER PL ......... A-6TAYLOR DR ............. D-2TAYLOR PL ............. F-9TAYLOR RD. ............ B-2TAYLOR WAY ............ F-9TAYLORWOOD PL ......... F-10TELEGRAPH ............. D-3TERRACE ............... E-3THE BYWAY ............. E-3THE DALE .............. F-3THE GLEN .............. D-4THE HIGHWAY ........... F-4THOMPSON CR ........... E-6THOMPSON PL ........... E-6TIDWATER WAY .......... A-6TIMBERFIELD DR ........ E-3TIMBERTOP RD .......... A-6TOMAHAWK AVE .......... G-10TOWER HILL ............ E-7TRAVERS AVE ........... E-6TUNSTALL BLVD. ........ B-1TYEE CT ............... G-9TYEE DR ............... G-9TYROL CT .............. E-8TYROL PL .............. E-8TYROL RD .............. E-9UPPER BELLEVUE ........ F-7VARLEY LN ............. E-7VIEWRIDGE PL .......... E-5VINSON CREEK RD ....... E-9VISTA PL .............. E-3WARDANCE .............. G-10WATER LANE ............ F-3WELCH ST .............. G-10WELLINGTON AVE ........ C-2WENTWORTH AVE ......... E-7WESTCOT RD ............ F-9WESTDEAN CRES ......... E-8WESTHAVEN RD .......... D-3WESTHAVEN WYND ........ D-3WESTHILL CL ........... E-8WESTHILL CT ........... E-8WESTHILL DR ........... E-8WESTHILL PL ........... E-8WESTHILL WAY .......... E-8WESTHILL WYND ......... E-8WESTHOLME RD .......... E-5WESTMOUNT CT .......... E-5WESTMOUNT PL .......... E-6WESTMOUNT RD .......... E-6WESTPORT RD ........... D-3WESTRIDGE AVE ......... E-5WESTSIDE RD. .......... B-1WESTWOOD DR ........... D-4WHITBY RD ............. E-8WHITESAILS RD. ........ B-1WHONOAK ............... G-10WILDWOOD LANE ......... F-9WILLOUGHBY RD ......... E-7WILLOW CREEK RD ....... E-4WINDJAMMER RD. ........ B-1WOLSELEY ST ........... C-2WOODBURN RD ........... D-3WOODCREST RD .......... E-4WOODGREEN CT .......... E-4WOODGREEN DR .......... D-4WOODGREEN PL .......... E-4WOODGROVE PL .......... D-4WOODLEY CR ............ D-4WOODPARK RD ........... E-4WOODRIDGE PL .......... D-4WOODS RD. ............. A-2WOODSIDE PL ........... D-4WOODVALLEY PL ......... D-4WOODVIEW PL ........... D-4WYND RD ............... B-4YOUNETTE DR ........... F-9BOWEN ISLAND INSET LIONS BAY INSETLEGENDSCALE 1:26,0000 DISTANCE IN KILOMETERS 1.0.5SCALE 1:52,0000DISTANCE IN KILOMETERS1.0.5Prepared by: G.M. JOHNSON & ASSOCIATES,  Burnaby B.C. (604) 299-7074STREET INDEXDistrict FacilitiesFrench Immersion SchoolMontessori SchoolPrimary SchoolElementary SchoolElementary School Boundary ShadedSecondary SchoolSecondary School BoundaryCemeteryGolf Course ParkSchool AreaSCALE 1:13,0000 DISTANCE IN KILOMETERS 1.0REVISED: AUGUIST 20131.5.5SCHOOL BOUNDARY MAP	   	  	  20	  Figure	  2:	  The	  Spirit	  Trail:	  Gleaneagles.	  Source:	  The	  District	  of	  West	  Vancouver,	  Space2Place,	  September	  29,	  2013,	  Figure	  E:	  Gleneagles	  (North)	  Proposed	  Concept	  Plan	  	  	   	  	  	  	  

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