Meeting Agenda: Sept 6, 2018

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*Results of 5 Sept meeting with Doug Hyde on Phibbs Exchange Designs
 
*Results of 5 Sept meeting with Doug Hyde on Phibbs Exchange Designs
 
*Possible improvements to the east approach to the Hwy1 bridge over the Capilano River (http://wiki.bikehub.ca/northshore/images/7/72/EB_Bikes_on_North_Side_of_Cap_River_Hwy_Bridge.pdf)  
 
*Possible improvements to the east approach to the Hwy1 bridge over the Capilano River (http://wiki.bikehub.ca/northshore/images/7/72/EB_Bikes_on_North_Side_of_Cap_River_Hwy_Bridge.pdf)  
*Highway 1/Lower Lynn Improvements Project
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*Highway 1/Lower Lynn Improvements Project - NSMBA letter to MoTI: http://wiki.bikehub.ca/northshore/images/6/63/NSMBA_letter_to_MoTI_on_Lower_Lynn_Interchanges_Aug_2018.pdf
 
*DNV Developments Updates (Fred Rathje)
 
*DNV Developments Updates (Fred Rathje)
 
*Lynn Valley Road improvements
 
*Lynn Valley Road improvements

Revision as of 11:50, 4 September 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).

Reference Items:

Agenda:

District of North Vancouver

District of West Vancouver

  • Status of proposed safety improvements to the Spirit Trail alongside Welch Street (http://wiki.bikehub.ca/northshore/images/1/1a/Spirit_Trail_Improvements_3-08-18.pdf)
  • DWV UnGapThemap updates:
    • Wardance Bridge (Gap 515)
    • Capilano Pacific Trail from Hwy 1 to Spirit Trail (Gap 513)
    • Taylor Way from Marine Drive to Upper Levels Hwy (Gap 503)
    • East end of Keith Road to 3rd Street
    • Added a new gap (Marine Drive from 13th to Taylor Way to include an alternate route called the Ambleside-Park Royal Cycleway (running along the south section of Park Royal). This routing is currently marked as "informal bicycle route on the city's 2018 map", FYI.

City of North Vancouver

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