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Transportation project template - delivery phase

Full-width introduction, one to two sentences per point – keep it brief:

  • What is this project about?
  • Why is it happening?
  • How will people who are affected benefit?
  • What important terms need defining? Define them inline, in context. Avoid a separate block for definitions.

Possibly replace with "what you need to know" summary block

What's happening

Full-width latest update:

  • What's going on with this project?

Upcoming design shift: primary content block


Details

The next three sections can have flexible widths (⅓, ½, ⅔, full) to make room for projects with complex details.

Location

A few words about the project area

View a larger map PDF file (xx KB)

Duration

Start date to end date (estimated)

  • ABC St from XYZ to UVW Ave:
    Start date to end date
  • ABC St from XYZ to UVW Ave:
    Start date to end date

Work hours

Monday to Friday: 7am to 5pm, extended hours as needed

Weekends: as needed


How this project may affect you

These sections can be re-ordered and removed based on user needs. Additional sections could include: noise, vibration, trees, and so on.

Get updates

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Contact us

email@vancouver.ca


If this project was previously in a consultation phase, keep the past updates from that consultation page:

  • For small and medium projects, moving the past updates into this accordion.
  • For large projects, demote the consultation phase page as a child page of this delivery phase page, link to it below the accordion, and update any project vanity URL to this delivery phase page.

View past updates and documents from the consultation phase of this project (link to old consultation phase page, now demoted as a child page of this delivery phase page)


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