Transportation 2040 | City of Vancouver

Dovie Salais

Table of Contents Recent developments with this initiativeCongestion Management StrategyTransportation panel survey resultsActive transportation promotion and educationAnnual transportation panel survey resultsWalking and cycling safety updateImproving local transitImproving the False Creek Bridges for people walking and cyclingTransportation 2040 Plan approved by CouncilTransportation 2040 Draft Plan presentedPhase 2 consultation summaryPresentation to City Council […]

Recent developments with this initiative

Congestion Management Strategy

The Congestion Management Strategy (1 MB), adopted by council in 2017, provides direction on identifying and monitoring congestion, developing strategies to address impacted areas, and tracking progress and results. 

Transportation panel survey results

The reports show how far we’ve come to meeting the mode share goals of the Transportation 2040 Plan and Greenest City Action Plan.

Active transportation promotion and education

July 29, 2016 – The Active Transportation Promotion and Enabling Plan (ATPEP) looks at non-infrastructure based approaches to increasing the number of people who walk and cycle to their destinations.

Annual transportation panel survey results

May 4, 2016 – Staff updated Council on the results of our transportation panel survey. Both show how far we’ve come to meeting the mode share-goals of the Transportation 2040 Plan and Greenest City Action Plan.

Walking and cycling safety update

June 12, 2013 – Staff provided Council with an overview of recent transportation trends, and gave an update on improving safety for people walking and cycling.

Improving local transit

May 29, 2013 – Staff updated Council on local transit improvements, the Stanley Park Causeway, and allowing taxis to use bus lanes.

Improving the False Creek Bridges for people walking and cycling

April 24, 2013 – Staff updated Council on plans to improve the False Creek bridges for people walking and cycling, in coordination with required maintenance and rehabilitation.

Transportation 2040 Plan approved by Council

October 31, 2012 – After two years of extensive consultation with the engagement of over 18,000 citizens, Vancouver City Council voted today to approve the new Transportation 2040 Plan, an ambitious and balanced framework for Vancouver’s transportation future.

Transportation 2040 Draft Plan presented

October 30, 2012 – Staff presented the plan at the regular City Council meeting at 9:30am, followed by a meeting of the Standing Committee on City Finance and Services at 1:30pm.

Phase 2 consultation summary

August 7, 2012 – During the Transportation 2040 Phase 2 consultations in June and July 2012, over 10,000 people participated through public events, community and stakeholder meetings, an online questionnaire, social media, and email. In general, there was strong support for the City of Vancouver’s draft transportation policies and actions.

Presentation to City Council

May 29, 2012 – The transportation plan team gave an update to Council. View the update in the Documents tab.

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