We’re continuing upgrades to repair the street, and improve comfort and safety for people walking and cycling in the area. These street improvements are also being coordinated with the expansion of the Southeast False Creek Neighbourhood Energy Utility.
Construction for Phase 2 is now complete.
This work will primarily take place along Quebec St from 1st to 3rd avenues, and 2nd Ave from Main to Ontario streets. Once complete, the streets will be improved for people walking, cycling, and driving through the neighbourhood with:
- New sidewalks
- A rehabilitated street
- Increased capacity, comfort, and safety for people walking, cycling, and driving with the extension of the protected bike lane
- New and upgraded traffic signals and street lights
- Green infrastructure
- An enhanced public realm with landscaped boulevards and trees
Neighbourhood Energy Utility expansion
The Neighbourhood Energy Utility (NEU) uses waste thermal energy captured from sewage to provide space heating and hot water to buildings in the Southeast False Creek and Great Northern Way neighbourhoods.
By expanding the NEU, we can provide this renewable energy to several additional neighbourhoods, including areas of Mount Pleasant, the False Creek Flats, and Northeast False Creek.
March 2019 – spring 2020
Monday to Friday: 7am to 5pm, extended hours as needed
Weekends: as needed
This system provides renewable energy for heat and hot water to buildings in the neighbourhood.
Greenest City is a bold initiative that addresses Vancouver's environmental challenges.
Our plan provides a vision for how people and goods move in and around Vancouver for the next 30 years.