Streets and Transportation
The City works together with TransLink and Metro Vancouver municipalities to build and maintain an integrated transportation system that moves people and goods through our city and region.
Vancouver is responsible for building and maintaining our roads, sidewalks and public spaces, managing how city streets are used, and creating land use and urban design policies.
Transportation 2040: Improving our economy, environment, and communities
The Transportation 2040 Plan supports an inclusive, healthy, prosperous, and liveable future for Vancouver. The plan will guide transportation decisions for how people and goods will move in and around Vancouver over the next 30 years. It is our roadmap for a future where walking, cycling, and transit are attractive options for getting around.
View the Transportation 2040 Plan
Walking is the easiest way to get fresh air, stay fit, and explore the City of Vancouver, rated as one of the most walkable cities in the world.
Cycling is a fun and energy-efficient way to travel. The City and Metro Vancouver design and build routes to make it easy to "Bike Vancouver".
When you need to "go the distance", find pedestrian and bike-friendly alternatives to driving. Ride the bus, train, plane, or ferry.
Learn how the City of Vancouver maintains safe streets and encourages sustainable driving, through strategic programs, traffic management rules, tools, and incentives.
Find out about on-street and off-street parking in Vancouver for motor vehicles, bicyles, and tour buses. Learn how you can save money and pay for parking by phone, website, or mobile app.
View our major intersection traffic camera feeds. Port and highway images are provided by Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure (MoTI).
Find out more about how City of Vancouver streets are used for entertainment, retail use, and building green communities.
Find information about the City's boating facilities, docks, marinas, plus the Police Marine Unit, the Coast Guard, and more.