October 18, 2019

On October 18, 21, 22, and 28, the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure will be undertaking field work near Great Northern Way. This field work will include soil investigations and is being done to better understand sub-surface conditions prior to the start of construction of the Broadway Subway Project in 2020.

We do not anticipate any traffic impacts related to this work; however, parking will be intermittently restricted adjacent to some of the test areas. Noise will be minimal and will comply with relevant City of Vancouver noise bylaws.

October 15, 2019

Community Meetings for the Broadway Subway Project

The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure invites the public to attend upcoming pop-ups and community meetings in your neighbourhood between Oct. 28 and Nov. 7, 2019.  Click here for the schedule.

For those unable to attend, but still want to learn more about the project, community meeting and event pop-up materials will be posted here on October 30, 2019 with an opportunity to submit comments online.

September 27, 2019

Broadway Subway Project community information office now open

The office is located at 1212 West Broadway and is open Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9 am to 5 pm with the exception of statutory holidays.

The team can be contacted by phone at 778 572-3544 or by emailing broadwaysubway@gov.bc.ca

August 26, 2019

Upcoming Archaeology Work Near Great Northern Way

Starting Monday September 9, 2019, the Ministry of Transportation will be undertaking archaeology investigation work near Great Northern Way and the campus of the Emily Carr University of Art and Design.

This archaeology work is expected to take approximately one week and is being undertaken to better understand sub-surface conditions prior to the start of construction of the Broadway Subway Project in 2020.

August 9, 2019

Project Team Gathering Information Along Broadway

In mid-August, representatives of the Broadway Subway Project will be asking people on the street and in busy areas about why they’ve come to the area, how they traveled there, and other related information. This voluntary research will supplement our ongoing survey of local businesses to better understand business and public access needs and interests. This will help us and our partners at the City of Vancouver and TransLink learn more about how and why people come to Broadway to inform traffic and construction management and mitigation plans.

While a large project such as this will inevitably bring temporary impacts during construction, the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and contractor will implement mitigation measures to provide ongoing access to business, visibility of signage and current information wherever possible throughout construction.

July 3, 2019

Broadway Subway Project Team Gathering Information from Local Businesses and Offices this Summer

The Broadway Subway Project team wants to learn more about local businesses and offices in the project area.  In July and August representatives will be going door-to-door and floor-to-floor along Broadway, 8th Avenue, 10th Avenue and cross streets between Kingsway and Vine to speak with local business managers and owners about their needs and interests. Project teams will gather information to learn more about access, customers, product or services, and communications preferences.

The project team will consider the information gathered, along with technical requirements, to create traffic and construction management and mitigation plans. It will also be referenced as needed throughout construction and may be shared with project partners such as the City of Vancouver and TransLink.

While a large project such as this will inevitably bring temporary impacts during construction, the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and contractor will implement mitigation measures to provide ongoing access to business, visibility of signage and current information wherever possible throughout construction.