Lynn Valley Road Active Transportation – Phase 2
Our goal is to build a complete network of active transportation routes that connect town centres to key destinations and provide safe and comfortable travel options for all people.
We are currently seeking input on Phase 2 of the Lynn Valley Road Active Transportation Improvements. This section of Lynn Valley Road runs from Peters Road to Dempsey Road and serves residents, businesses, and visitors to destination parks.
Survey Closed: Thank you for taking our survey. Your input will help create a road design that balances the needs of all road users and local neighbourhoods.
June 6, 2022 – Community input
Thank you for taking our survey and sharing your priorities and concerns as you walk, cycle, roll, drive, or take transit on Lynn Valley Road. Your input will help create a road design that balances the needs of all road users and local neighbourhoods, taking into account the constraints of limited road space and the lack of direct alternate routes
May 16 – June 6, 2022 – Online survey
We want to know about your transportation priorities, experiences, and concerns as you use Lynn Valley Road between Dempsey Road and Peter Road. We'd also like your input on Phase 2 of the Lynn Valley Road Active Transportation Improvements.
The online engagement runs from May 16 to June 6, 2022.
May 26, 2022 – Open house
We're hosting an in-person drop-in open house for members of the public to learn more about the project, share ideas, and ask questions.
- Thursday, May 26, 3:30pm - 7:30pm, Karen Magnussen Community Recreation Centre, Eagle Room
Watch for us popping up in the neighbourhood to discuss Lynn Valley Road Active Transportation. Be sure to stop by and say hello, learn more about the project, share your ideas, and ask your questions.
In March 2022, Council approved this project going to public consultation for input that will help create options for a road design to meet the needs of all road users and local neighbourhoods.
The Lynn Valley Road Active Transportation Improvements project is aligned with the District of North Vancouver's goals to realize a walking, rolling, cycling, transit, and driving network that will nurture healthier and safer communities, help mitigate the impacts of climate change, and makes use of partner funding for improving infrastructure, as outlined in policy documents:
- Official Community Plan (OCP)
- Transportation Plan Bicycle Master Plan
- Pedestrian Master Plan
- OCP Action Plan
The project also aligns with the District’s greenhouse gas reduction goals as outlined in the Community Energy and Emissions Plan (CEEP) to become a more energy-efficient community.
Map: Phase 1 & Phase 2
A map showing Phase 1 (blue) and Phase 2 (orange) of the Lynn Valley Road Active Transportation Improvements.