Update from the City on Active Transportation Corridor on Cornwall Avenue

image from CoV website of Cornwall St. looking east.

image from CoV website of Cornwall St. looking east.

From Engineering at the City of Vancouver

Point Grey Road-Cornwall Avenue Active Transportation Corridor Project Update

Since the last project update on February 21, 2013, staff have been working to analyze the results from the phase one online questionnaire, and develop feasible design options for the Point Grey-Cornwall Corridor.

Please find a report summarizing the first phase of consultation between January 2 and February 28, 2013 that includes the project context and goals, consultation methods, consultation summary and next steps.

Using all of the feedback received to date, along with existing City policy context, project goals, data analysis and technical transportation considerations, staff are developing feasible design options to present to the public for further feedback as part of a second phase of consultation. Public open houses are now being scheduled for the end of May 2013, with stakeholder meetings and workshops beginning the week of May 13th, 2013, to allow staff more time to fully develop the design options and analyze potential impacts and tradeoffs. Meeting details will be circulated shortly by email, posted on the project CoV website at and through the mail.

For questions or additional comments and feedback on this project, you can continue to email us at pointgrey.cornwall@vancouver.ca, and the project team will respond as quickly as possible.

Thank you again for your interest and input into this active transportation project, and we look forward to speaking with you soon.

Project Manager
David Rawsthorne, PEng.

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