The BMO Vancouver Marathon takes place this weekend on Sunday, May 1st. So, if you’re going to be anywhere near Cornwall Avenue and Kits Point that weekend, you’re going to want to read this.

The marathon gets underway at 8:30am and the Vancouver International Marathon Society would like to advise residents and business owners of temporary road closures and traffic control measure.

Cornwall Avenue and the roads ringing Kits Point will be closed to traffic starting at 9:00. The Burrard Street Bridge will also see delays up until 1:30pm.

The complete schedule of road closures is listed here.

Last modified: May 6, 2022

One Response to " Kitsilano Road Closures Alert for 2022 BMO Vancouver Marathon "

  1. Susan Smith says:

    This year, I was pleased to see that residential parking along local, residential roads was not removed for the BMO run, and runners ran safely with ample room on the road. Kudos to those who protested the parking removal of past BMO runs, bringing the hardship to BMO organizers’ attention, especially as protesters suffered past abuse and assault for justly expressing opposition to unnecessary parking removal. And, kudos to BMO organizers this year for not unnecessarily impeding residents and their parking needs in 2022 and going forward.