Meeting Agenda: Oct 11, 2018

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*Lynn Valley Rd/Hwy1 slip lanes - letter sent -
 
*Lynn Valley Rd/Hwy1 slip lanes - letter sent -
 
*Grand Blvd/19th Intersection - Don drafting letter
 
*Grand Blvd/19th Intersection - Don drafting letter
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*Results of meeting between HUB-NS and City of North Vancouver  Engineering, Parks and Environment staff.
  
 
'''District of North Vancouver'''
 
'''District of North Vancouver'''
 
*Phibbs Exchange Designs -  
 
*Phibbs Exchange Designs -  
 
*Highway 1/Lower Lynn Improvements Project
 
*Highway 1/Lower Lynn Improvements Project
*Lynn Valley Road improvements
 
  
 
'''District of West Vancouver'''
 
'''District of West Vancouver'''
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*Update on sidewalk widening on the Welch Street bridge over the Capilano River
 
*Update on sidewalk widening on the Welch Street bridge over the Capilano River
 
*17 October meeting with District transportation staff
 
*17 October meeting with District transportation staff
 
'''City of North Vancouver'''
 
*Results of meeting between HUB-NS and City of North Vancouver  Engineering, Parks and Environment staff.
 

Latest revision as of 08:39, 10 October 2018

HUB North Shore Committee holds regular meetings at 6:30pm - 8:30pm on the second Thursday of every month. Everybody is welcome. The meetings are at the North Vancouver City Library (14th/Lonsdale) in the Don Preston Boardroom (2nd floor).

Events


HUB North Shore Goals

  • Involvement in updating the N Van Bike Masterplan - Bikeways
  • Regular meetings with CNV
  • Regular meetings with NVD
  • Updating NS Gap
  • other??

City of North Vancouver

  • Lynn Valley Rd/Hwy1 slip lanes - letter sent -
  • Grand Blvd/19th Intersection - Don drafting letter
  • Results of meeting between HUB-NS and City of North Vancouver Engineering, Parks and Environment staff.

District of North Vancouver

  • Phibbs Exchange Designs -
  • Highway 1/Lower Lynn Improvements Project

District of West Vancouver

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