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People cycling on the 10th Avenue Corridor through China Creek Park

10th Avenue Corridor Project

A top priority of Transportation 2040 is to upgrade the 10th Avenue Corridor to be more safe, convenient, comfortable, and fun for people of all ages and abilities to walk and cycle.

The 10th Avenue local-street bikeway runs from Victoria Drive to Trafalgar Street, linking many key destinations like Vancouver General Hospital (VGH) and Commercial Drive, plus several busy north-south cycling routes.

Over 500,000 people cycle on 10th Avenue every year, making it one of the busiest east-west bikeways in the city.

Project goals

As part of this project, we're proposing to:

  • Improve comfort and accessibility for people walking and cycling, especially in busier sections around VGH
  • Address safety concerns for all road users, especially at key intersections
  • Accommodate the loading and access needs of adjacent businesses and institutions

This project will be developed and implemented between 2015 and 2017.

What's happening

Thanks to everyone who shared their thoughts on options for the 10th Avenue Health Precinct (10th Avenue between Oak and Yukon). We are currently analyzing the feedback. 

Staff will continue to refine the recommended design for the Health Precinct based on feedback received at the events, and meeting with area stakeholders. 

Look for more opportunities to get involved this fall.


Learn where we propose to work and how these upgrades link to Transportation 2040.

Past updates

Find out what's happened so far on this project to upgrade the 10th Avenue Corridor.

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