The City of Vancouver has released a report recommending a 200 million dollar plan for removing the Georgia and Dunsmuir Viaducts. This announcement comes as no surprise because the rumour has been circulating for years that the viaducts would come down. If you live in the area, you may have concerns about the impact on traffic flow. If you want more information, visit the City of Vancouver website here: vancouver.ca
You can also attend this specail event Vancouver's Viaducts: Past, Present and Future hosted by the City on October 14th at Science World. You will need a ticket for the event, but tickets are free at eventbrite.ca.
The City Council is tentatively scheduled to meet on October 20th to consider the report. To be notified when a council meeting has been scheduled click here then scroll to the bottom of the page and submit your email.
To share your concerns or comments with the City Planners click here and scroll to the bottom of the page.
I will be attending the meeting on October 14th and will share what I learn here on my blog, so be sure to visit again soon.
Until then, remember, all you have to do is imagine your future . . . I'll help you find it.