Highway 1 – Lower Lynn Improvements
What was this engagement about?
The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure invited public feedback regarding the Lower Lynn Improvements as part of the Mountain Highway Interchange project. The Ministry presented an updated project design for the Mountain Highway Interchange, incorporating input received through public consultation in 2016.
The public had the opportunity to receive more information about future phases of the Lower Lynn Improvements. Additionally, the ministry sought feedback regarding how you would like to stay informed as the Mountain Highway Interchange moves into construction. Please visit the Get Involved links above or below for more details.
Highway 1 connects Metro Vancouver to the North Shore, the Horseshoe Bay ferry terminal and Highway 99. It is a vital local, regional and provincial corridor for people, services and goods. Improvements will address safety, queuing and delays and will help to improve travel times along Highway 1 and the Lower Lynn Interchanges.
The Highway 1 – Lower Lynn Interchanges were designed and built over 50 years ago and are in need of upgrades or replacement. Mountain Highway, Keith Road/Seymour Parkway and Main Street/Dollarton Highway Interchanges will be upgraded over three phases. Recently, a fourth phase was announced which provides additional highway capacity across Lynn Creek.
How did my contribution make a difference?
Feedback was accepted by completing the online feedback form until March 11, 2017. Additionally, the public was invited to two information sessions.
Details of the Engagement:
Date: February 21 to March 11, 2017
Location: Lower Mainland/Southwest
Types: Online, Email, In-person