Friday, March 25, 2016
Separated bike lanes and pedestrian paths planned for South False Creek seawall
The oldest section of Vancouver’s seawall will undergo a multi-million dollar improvement project that will widen the pathways and designate separated spaces between cyclists and pedestrians. The City of Vancouver is exploring options to upgrade and reconfigure the long span of 1975-built seawall on the south shore of False Creek, stretching from the Burrard Street Bridge all the way to the Cambie Street Bridge. Read more.