Vancouver Moves

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Vancouver Moves is a plan to guide the City's future transportation system.

Vancouver Moves is an in-depth planning process that will explore transportation needs and priorities in partnership with Vancouver residents, employees and visitors. The project will examine existing travel conditions for all users of the city's transportation system, including those who drive, walk, bicycle, ride transit or deliver freight. The City will also talk to residents about their transportation priorities, with additional focus on communities that have been historically under-served by transportation investments.

Building from these conversations over the coming year, Vancouver Moves will identify recommended policies, programs and

Vancouver Moves is a plan to guide the City's future transportation system.

Vancouver Moves is an in-depth planning process that will explore transportation needs and priorities in partnership with Vancouver residents, employees and visitors. The project will examine existing travel conditions for all users of the city's transportation system, including those who drive, walk, bicycle, ride transit or deliver freight. The City will also talk to residents about their transportation priorities, with additional focus on communities that have been historically under-served by transportation investments.

Building from these conversations over the coming year, Vancouver Moves will identify recommended policies, programs and projects to guide the City's transportation future.


Why transportation matters

Vancouver residents depend on the transportation system every day.

Transportation matters because everyone in Vancouver deserves a safe and reliable transportation system that meets their daily needs. Much has changed since the City’s current Transportation System Plan was adopted in 2004. Since 2010, Vancouver has welcomed more than 14,000 new residents and 10,000 new jobs, meaning the transportation system must meet the needs of a growing community. The transportation system must also adapt to changing community needs, including impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, while supporting the city's health and economy.


Learn more about transportation today

On November 12 2020, the City launched an Online Open House to share an overview of Vancouver Moves, information about the current transportation system, and to give our community an opportunity to provide feedback to help shape the City's future transportation plans. The public comment period for this open house is now closed, but you can still visit the Online Open House to learn more about transportation today.

Click the "Launch" button below to visit!

The City is committed to an inclusive process, so hard copy and other accessible materials can be provided as needed. In addition, you can always request accommodations through the City's Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Program.


Share your feedback

This website offers multiple ways to share your transportation ideas with the City. Use the tabs below to tell us your transportation story, share your ideas, ask a question, or to take a brief transportation survey.


Stay up to date

To stay up to date on the project, please subscribe to our email list using the form in the right sidebar on this page, and follow the City of Vancouver on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Nextdoor.

Ask A Question

Do you have a question about Vancouver Moves? Ask it here!

Project staff will respond to your questions as soon as possible. 

For the most part, your question and our answer will be visible to all users after we respond to it. Should we need to ask a clarifying, follow-up question, we may respond to you privately instead. 

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    Why are the cuttings trees down on 15th street

    Rodie asked about 2 months ago

    Hi and thank you for your question. 

    Washington State Dept of Transportation (WSDOT) has begun a travel-and-safety improvement project on Mill Plain/15th Street, which is also SR 501. WSDOT's contractor is removing trees damaging roadway/sidewalks. City of Vancouver will be working through our Urban Forestry Program to replant the corridor with new, suitable street trees. Read more about the WSDOT project here: The WSDOT Blog - Washington State Department of Transportation: Coming this summer: A new and improved Mill Plain Boulevard in downtown Vancouver 

    Why are the cuttings trees down on 15th street