SPES has been working with the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure to find creative solutions to mitigate the removal of large trees for sidewalk safety improvements along the Stanley Park causeway.
On December 2, you, too, can voice your opinion about the safety improvement strategy that will impact pedestrians, cyclists and the Park’s natural environment. Attend the info session on Dec.2, or share your thoughts at www.gov.bc.ca/stanleyparkcauseway until Dec.9, 2014.
Public Information Session
The Ministry of Transportation and
Infrastructure invites the public and cycling
community to attend an information session
about Stanley Park Causeway pedestrian and
cycling safety improvements.
As pedestrian and bicycle traffic increases on
the Stanley Park Causeway there is a need to
balance the Park’s natural environment with
improved safety for all causeway users. The
ministry has worked with the Vancouver Park
Board and the City of Vancouver to establish
a cycling and pedestrian safety improvement
strategy for this important route.
This drop-in information session will take place:
Tuesday, December 2
2:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Coal Harbour Community Centre
480 Broughton Street
For more information please visit the
project web site at
or contact Project Manager Erin Moxon
at 604 527-3112 or by e-mail at
MoTI Ad #1052 A – Stanley
Park Causeway Sidewalk