The City of Vancouver’s 10th
Avenue Corridor Project is set to begin Monday, November 6, 2017 and end in June 2018. Access to all health facilities will be maintained throughout the project; however, construction of street safety improvements will affect commuters using West 10th
Avenue between Oak and Cambie.
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- November 6, 2017 to June 2018
- Monday to Friday: 7 am – 5:30 pm (when necessary, up to 8 pm on weekdays and/or on weekends)
Traffic control personnel will be on-site to help commuters reach their destination and locate suitable parking, when needed.
If you're driving
- 10th Avenue will be one-way eastbound from Oak Street to Willow Street.
- Partial street closures will be required as work progresses.
If you're walking or cycling
- The street will remain open at all times for pedestrians and cyclists.
- At select times, cyclists will be asked to dismount in the construction area.
Photo: Enhanced pick-up and drop-off areas for patients and clients are among the safety improvements planned for West 10th Avenue.
The project is designed to improve patient safety and access, while improving the safety, comfort and accessibility for all modes of transportation along 10th
Avenue. Key safety improvements include:
- enhanced pick-up and drop-off areas for patients and clients, including 12 new passenger-loading zone and vehicle-staging spaces
- 10 new disability parking spaces
- raised crosswalks and intersections
- measures to separate road users
- enhanced lighting and wayfinding