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The Transportation Future of False Creek South

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Creekview Housing Co-Op

1483 Lamey's Mill Rd

Vancouver, BC V6H 3Y7

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The transportation geometry of False Creek South is defined by three corridors: the Seawall to the north; the arterial to the south; and the roadways following the old railway path that serve local access, but not through passage for private vehicles.

Jerry Dobrovolny, the Chief Engineer of the City of Vancouver, will offer his perspectives on the present and future of each of these corridors and their place within his vision for the future of transportation in Vancouver. He will also discuss how processes for citizen involvement in planning for change might be improved.

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People in wheelchairs or other mobility aids can access the space from either the south side of the building or the garden entrance to the north. If you have any questions about the accessibility of the building, please contact Andrea Oakunsheyld (RePlan's Community Planning Assistant) at replan@falsecreeksouth.org.

The False Creek South Neighbourhood Association would like to acknowledge that the City of Vancouver is located on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh people.

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