Lynn Valley Rd Active Transportation Improvement Project
We are making upgrades along Lynn Valley Road between Mountain Highway and Peters Road to improve active transportation infrastructure throughout the corridor.
This project will improve comfort and safety, whether you walk, cycle, or take transit. This stretch of Lynn Valley Road is part of a key connection to both regional and local parks and also links residents to the wider community.
The current schedule for this project is to complete the intersection improvements and concrete work this year and return in spring 2022 to install cycle lanes and complete line painting.
News and updates
July 28, 2021 — Community information meeting
We hosted a Lynn Valley Road Active Transportation Improvement Project community information meeting on July 28. Watch the staff presentation and question and answer session in the video below.
Late summer or fall 2021 — Start of work
Concrete works and intersection improvements will commence later this summer or fall. Construction will resume in spring 2022 for installation of the cycle lanes with final line painting.
Details & drawings
A plan to improve active transportation
Did you know Lynn Valley Road is a designated arterial road with the primary purpose of moving people by walking, rolling, cycling, taking transit, or driving? To improve the safety and comfort for all roads users, Phase 1 of this project includes:
- New painted cycling lanes on both sides of the road with precast concrete barriers in key locations
- Upgraded transit stops to be more accessible and comfortable
- Two new designated parking pockets
- Short-term loading zones on intersecting side streets
- Upgraded crossings with concrete curb bulges and new traffic signal at Allan Road
- Commercial loading zone for Maple Leaf Garden Centre deliveries
The next phase of this project between Peters Road to Dempsey will occur at a later date.
Originally planned for 2019, this project was postponed to incorporate a more comprehensive approach to active transportation that includes improvements to walking, cycling, and transit infrastructure.
The road design was finalized after District-wide consultation in September 2020, staff review and Council support. For results of the public consultation, information on how we prioritize cycling infrastructure, and our vision for the future, please visit DNV.org/bikelanes.
This project is supported by a number of policy documents endorsed by Council:
The project is also aligned with our greenhouse gas reduction goals as outlined in the Community Energy and Emissions Plan (CEEP) to become a more energy-efficient community.