Westside Bike Mobility Project

The City of Vancouver began work on the Westside Bike Mobility Project in May 2018. The goal of the project is to establish a multimodal network of north-south Complete Streets to serve the west side of Vancouver (neighborhoods and business districts located west of Interstate 5).

Starting August 2019, the City will engage west side neighborhoods and businesses in examining individual potential Complete Street corridors and identifying a set of improvements that will increase safety and enhance mobility for all users.

This phase of the project will focus specifically on Columbia, Washington, Daniels and Franklin streets.

The City has formed a Community Advisory Committee (CAC) that will consider the benefits and tradeoffs of different options, including safety, accessibility, mobility, neighborhood livability and parking. The CAC will help shape a recommendation to Vancouver City Council about the project.

The CAC has 17 members and is comprised of diverse stakeholders, including residents living on or around the four streets, members of neighborhood associations and coalitions, business owners, community organization representatives, members of existing City boards and commissions, pedestrians, cyclists and public transit riders. View the list of CAC members.

Winter 2020 Community Engagement

Thank you to the community members who have participated in Westside Bike Mobility Project events and activities! All feedback received is included in the draft Public Outreach Summary linked below:

Staff is presenting a recommendation to City Council on February 24. Materials for the Council presentation are available in the online agenda. Details on City Council meetings are available on the City Council web page (www.cityofvancouver.us/citycouncil).

The City offered multiple opportunities for residents to provide input on the project in January 2020, including a public open house on Jan. 8 and two informal coffee talks on Jan. 14 and 15. See the Key Dates section on the right sidebar for more information.

During this input period, the community was invited to review and provide feedback on six route options involving section of Columbia Street, Daniels Street, Franklin Street and Washington Street.

Learn more about this project and sign up to receive email updates at www.cityofvancouver.us/BikeMobility.


The City of Vancouver began work on the Westside Bike Mobility Project in May 2018. The goal of the project is to establish a multimodal network of north-south Complete Streets to serve the west side of Vancouver (neighborhoods and business districts located west of Interstate 5).

Starting August 2019, the City will engage west side neighborhoods and businesses in examining individual potential Complete Street corridors and identifying a set of improvements that will increase safety and enhance mobility for all users.

This phase of the project will focus specifically on Columbia, Washington, Daniels and Franklin streets.

The City has formed a Community Advisory Committee (CAC) that will consider the benefits and tradeoffs of different options, including safety, accessibility, mobility, neighborhood livability and parking. The CAC will help shape a recommendation to Vancouver City Council about the project.

The CAC has 17 members and is comprised of diverse stakeholders, including residents living on or around the four streets, members of neighborhood associations and coalitions, business owners, community organization representatives, members of existing City boards and commissions, pedestrians, cyclists and public transit riders. View the list of CAC members.

Winter 2020 Community Engagement

Thank you to the community members who have participated in Westside Bike Mobility Project events and activities! All feedback received is included in the draft Public Outreach Summary linked below:

Staff is presenting a recommendation to City Council on February 24. Materials for the Council presentation are available in the online agenda. Details on City Council meetings are available on the City Council web page (www.cityofvancouver.us/citycouncil).

The City offered multiple opportunities for residents to provide input on the project in January 2020, including a public open house on Jan. 8 and two informal coffee talks on Jan. 14 and 15. See the Key Dates section on the right sidebar for more information.

During this input period, the community was invited to review and provide feedback on six route options involving section of Columbia Street, Daniels Street, Franklin Street and Washington Street.

Learn more about this project and sign up to receive email updates at www.cityofvancouver.us/BikeMobility.