Transportation Capital Projects Highlights 2022

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Transportation - Capital Projects Highlights 2022


To learn about Transportation capital projects, visit the Transportation Projects Highlights page (external link) for interactive maps, images and detailed information about what we are working on this year.

Watch this short video (just over 1 minute) for tips on navigating in the interactive map "Getting Started" video (external link.)

If you have any specific questions about the projects shown on the Transportation Projects Highlights page, please try our Ask a Question tool below or use the contact information provided in the story map link above.


Transportation - Capital Projects Highlights 2022


To learn about Transportation capital projects, visit the Transportation Projects Highlights page (external link) for interactive maps, images and detailed information about what we are working on this year.

Watch this short video (just over 1 minute) for tips on navigating in the interactive map "Getting Started" video (external link.)

If you have any specific questions about the projects shown on the Transportation Projects Highlights page, please try our Ask a Question tool below or use the contact information provided in the story map link above.

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    The multi-use path project is completed for Alderbridge between Fisher and Shell Rd. However, one section west of No.4 is still incomplete, therefore the path cannot continue on to the rest of the multi-use path to Gardencity. I understand the lot will be re-developed in the future, but the timeline is not sure. Can that be a capital project to have that section completed? This is a major corridor on Arterial rd. Thanks.

    Cindy117 asked about 19 hours ago

    Thanks for the question. The property line for the lot is at the curb and thus the City lacks the right-of-way to connect the existing multi-use pathways on either side at this location. In the interim, until the right-of-way becomes available, pathway users can cross to the south side of Alderbridge Way at No. 4 Road and use the perimeter trail on the Garden City Lands to continue west to May Drive, where you can cross at the traffic signal back to the north side.

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    I see some bike lanes have been blocked because big construction plan, such as on Minoru Blvd. Is there plan to relocate the bike lanes, temporarily or permanently, to other major parallel roads for cyclist safety? (for any major transportation changes in the city). I would also suggest to use "People First Language" when mentioning of persons with disabilities, such as people or users with diverse mobility needs, or with mobility impairment, rather than mobility-impaired users. Thank you.

    ellahuang asked 29 days ago

    Thanks for your question. Where feasible, for major construction projects with a longer duration such as the Capstan Canada Line Station, signage directs cyclists to an optional detour route. If a nearby parallel bike route is not available or a cyclist chooses to remain on the impacted road, construction site signage indicates that motorists must share the lane with cyclists in single file. 

    We agree with your suggestion of utilizing person-first language and will work to incorporate this into all City communications. 

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    There was previously a bike survey conducted. What plans does the City have for cycling infrastructure improvements for communities located East of Garden City Road and North Richmond (Bridgeport/River Rd). There is no connection between East to West and North of Bridgeport (River Dr) area to the rest of Richmond. Richmond is flat which makes cycling desirable but no improvements to infrastructure on the roads to keep cyclists safe has been implemented except in areas of Thompson, Steveston and West Richmond. What about the rest of Richmond? There are no 2022 projects in East Richmond. Nor any projects in 2021 either. The South end of the North Arm Bridge ends in East Richmond but there is no safe way for cyclists to connect to Thompson and West Richmond. Improvements need to be made in this area.

    AlinaL asked 29 days ago

    Thanks for your interest. Following two rounds of public engagement in 2021, we are now finalizing the update of the Cycling Network Plan. The plan will include a prioritized implementation strategy with projects distributed across Richmond to expand the cycling network and improve connectivity between communities. The final plan is anticipated to be presented to Council this summer.

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    Hello, what is the status of the bike path along Steveston Highway?

    survey asked 29 days ago

    Thanks for your question. Both Phase 1 (Shell Road-Mortfield Gate) and Phase 2 (Mortfield Gate-No. 2 Road) of the Steveston Highway multi-use path are in detailed design, which is anticipated to be completed later this year. The tender process and construction will commence after the design is complete.

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