People cycling on the Union-Adanac Corridor bike route with a person sitting on a bench

Union-Adanac Corridor

The Union-Adanac Corridor extends from downtown Vancouver to Boundary Road and connects to Burnaby’s Francis Union Bikeway. It's one of the busiest bike routes in the city and a crucial part of our cycling network.

We are planning to make changes at key locations between Gore Avenue and Kamloops Street to improve safety and comfort for people walking and cycling.

In the future, we'll continue to improve other parts of the Corridor, including the sections further east between Rupert Street and Boundary Road. 

We want to hear from you!

January open houses: learn about the proposed improvements to Union-Adanac Corridor

Drop in to our two open houses to learn about the recommended designs, ask questions, and give your feedback.

January 21, 11:00am – 3:00pm January 23, 4:00pm – 7:30pm

Cantonese and Mandarin speaking interpreter will be available at both sessions.

Open house boards:

Welcome, background, supporting policy and next steps PDF file (1.3 MB)

Proposed spot improvements PDF file (1.5 MB)

Questionnaire: tell us what you think of the recommended designs

We want to know what you think about the recommended Union-Adanac Corridor designs. The online questionnaire will be open until February 8.

Take the questionnaire

Project goals

  1. Improve safety and comfort for people of all ages and abilities walking and cycling along Union Street and Adanac Street 
  2. Improve visibility at intersections and crossings to reduce conflicts between all modes of transportation
  3. Further calm traffic in key areas to increase safety for all modes of transportation, while accommodating access needs of residences and local businesses
  4. Enhance the Corridor with new landscaping and lighting improvements at key intersections

Project timeline

Here is our process and anticipated milestones.

  • We are here
  • Jan 2017

    Propose recommended designs for safety improvements at open houses and stakeholder meetings

  • Spring 2017

    Refine the designs based on public feedback

  • Spring 2017 -
    winter 2018

    Begin construction

  • Future

    Continue improving other parts of the Corridor like the section between Rupert and Boundary streets

Transportation 2040

Upgrading the Corridor addresses our Transportation 2040 goals to:

  1. Make at least two-thirds of all trips by foot, bike, or public transit by 2040
  2. Make walking and cycling safe, convenient, and comfortable for people of all ages and abilities
  3. Manage the road network efficiently for all road users

Past updates

Find out more about past improvements to the Corridor, including the Carrall-Gore section (2013).

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