And here it is . . . . .The Google autonomous bike:

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And a glow-in-the-dark seawall bike path:

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Thanks to Kenneth Chan at Vancity Buzz and Vancouver Parks Board

The Vancouver Park Board is working with Dutch design company Studio Roosegaarde to create a 5.2-kilometre-long glow-in-the-dark stretch of the seawall from the eastern end of Harbour Green Park to the Lions Gate Bridge. . . .

. . . . “When people walk or run or ride on the seawall, it will be like travelling through a fairy tale. I’ve rode the Vancouver seawall on a bike many times now and the scenery is just impeccable during the daytime, and I can already imagine the experience at nighttime with the luminescence.”

The project enters the public consultation phase this summer and a decision will be made by Park Board Commissioners as early as this fall. Future phases would wrap the entire Stanley Park seawall with the paving, all the way to Second Beach.