Recent developments with this project
Public consultation open houses
April 26, 2013 – Drop-in to one of the following open houses to view design proposals for the corridor. City staff will be available during the times listed to discuss the project, answer questions and gather input.
- Date: Thursday, May 23, 2013
Staff presentation: 7:45pm
Location: Henry Hudson Elementary School (Gym), 1551 Cypress Street
- Date: Saturday, May 25, 2013
Staff presentation: 10:45am and 12:45pm
Location: Bayview Elementary School (Gym), 2251 Collingwood Street
- Date: Monday, May 27, 2013
Staff presentation: 4:45pm
Location: Kitsilano Public Library (Basement), 2425 Macdonald Street
April 15, 2013 – Report release summarizing the first phase of consultation between January 2 - February 28, 2013. It includes the project context and goals, consultation methods, consultation summary and next steps.
- Download this report from the Documents tab.
February 13-18, 2013 – Thanks to everyone who shared their thoughts in our online survey. A summary of your feedback will be posted online shortly.
December 2012 – City staff are collecting and analyzing transportation data and identifying routing options. Background information and concepts will be presented at the following open houses.
- Download this information from the Documents tab.
Phase 1 open houses
February 2, 2013
Kitsilano Community Centre (Snowy's Lounge), 10am-2pm
2690 Larch Street
January 31, 2013
Queen Mary Elementary School (Gym), 7-9pm
2000 Trimble Street
January 29, 2013
Maritime Museum (TK Gallery), 4-6pm
1905 Ogden Avenue
Project overview and process
January to March 2013
City staff held three public open houses in late January/early February 2013 and have carried out further analysis to develop the Point Grey Road - Cornwall Ave Corridor in the following key areas:
- Transportation 2040 Plan
- Emergency access
- Parking and circulation
- Traffic counts
- ICBC data
- Business customer surveys
Using the existing policy context, project goals, data analysis, technical transportation considerations and input from the first phase of public consultation, staff are developing feasible design options and trade-offs for each option. Staff are also reviewing how any potential impacts to local residents and businesses could be managed.
Staff will meet with stakeholders to discuss the development of the project beginning in early May. Staff will host a series of public open houses in late May where they will present design options along with trade-offs and impacts, and gather feedback.
City staff will report to Vancouver City Council this summer with a recommended final design and cost estimate based on what was heard through both phases of public consultation, data analysis and technical transportation review.