Burrard Bridge and Pacific Street Intersection Upgrades

We are rehabilitating the Burrard Bridge, and improving safety and connections for people using the bridge from the Burrard-Pacific intersection.

Contact the project team

Community Liaison
Do Nguyen



Project details


Burrard Bridge and Pacific Street intersection

Expected duration

Start: March/April 2016
End: Early 2018

Hours of work

Monday to Friday: 7:00am to 4:00pm
Weekends as needed


Burrard Bridge and Pacific Street intersection: Complete and fully open to traffic
Pacific Street from Howe to Hornby: Expected completion early 2018.

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How this project may affect you


Access to residences and businesses

How this project will improve the city 

A safer bridge in good condition

A safer Burrard-Pacific intersection for all road users

Better connections for people walking and cycling

Minimal impact to travel times and access

More trees

Fencing and heritage lamp posts

 Help is always available for anyone in crisis or distress.

If you or someone you know needs help, phone:

  • 604-872-3311 (Vancouver)
  • 1-800-SUICIDE (anywhere in BC)

How these upgrades link to Transportation 2040

Improvements to the Burrard Bridge were approved in principle as part of the Transportation 2040 plan, which was adopted by Council in 2012.

Relevant plan directions include:

  1. Improve safety, eliminating transportation-related fatalities
  2. Increase green transportation so that at least two-thirds of all trips on foot, bike, or transit by 2040
  3. Make walking and cycling safe, convenient, and comfortable for people of all ages and abilities
  4. Manage the road network efficiently for all road users

Burrard Bridge and the other False Creek bridges are top priorities for improvement because:

  • Each bridge has unique challenges that can make walking and biking difficult
  • Declining motor vehicle volumes and the timing of required maintenance on all three bridges make it possible to combine improvements for less money

Did you know?

Since we improved the Burrard-Pacific intersection at south end of the bridge in 2014, the number of cycling trips across the bridge grew more than 25 per cent to over 1.3 million annually in 2015.