In anticipation of community growth related to the Senakw Development, the City of Vancouver is consulting with the Kits community on proposed street modifications to respond to the development.

As part of the services agreement signed with the Squamish Nation, Greer Avenue, Cypress Street, Chestnut Street, and Cornwall Avenue in Kits Point have been identified for walking, cycling, and intersection improvements.

The area is being designed as a car-lite development with an emphasis on transit and active transportation.

Upgrades will be needed to accommodate the thousands of residents that are expected to live in the Senakw neighbourhood at the south end of the Burrard Street Bridge.

City of Vancouver staff will share details about the proposed transportation changes and approaches for parking issues at an online info session on Thursday, February 16th from 6:30pm to 8:00pm.

Additionally the city is inviting Kits residents to complete their survey to share your feedback on proposed design changes until Thursday March 2nd.

Last modified: February 14, 2023

One Response to " Public Input Sought On Kitsilano Road Design Changes For Senakw Development "

  1. Jack Reid says:

    Anybody that knows this area knows one thing for SURE. This is NOT a “car-lite” area. If anything it is a car crazy area; and Senakw will make this a “very heavily used, daily delivery trucks” area. Unless future delivery trucks will only be allowed access into Senakw from the 4th Ave side, I think we are sunk. Everyone that goes to “car free” events forgets that everything there, gets there by TRUCK.