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The City of North Vancouver is developing a Mobility Strategy to improve how we move around our City. When finished, this strategy will be our playbook for guiding decisions about how we plan, design, operate and maintain our transportation system today and over the next decade. We need your input to ensure this new strategy reflects the values and priorities of our community.


A New Way Forward

Our City is changing. We are moving around differently and there is more demand on our streets. We need to be strategic about making the best use of limited space we have on our streets. We need healthy streets that work for everyone. Learn more about our mobility network and how we are moving within our City and to other areas in the Lower Mainland.


Shifting Focus

Mobility is more than just getting from one place to another. It’s about having safe, efficient, and affordable choices to count on to easily get you where you need to go – work, school, parks, community centres, shops, and more.

The Mobility Strategy will replace our Long-Term Transportation Plan (LTTP) that was created in 2008. Much has changed since then and it is time for us to prepare for what’s next by developing a transportation plan with strategic actions and policies that will help take us towards our goals. Learn more about other ways we are shifting focus to develop our Mobility Strategy.


We’ve Developed a Starting Point for Our Strategy

Over the last few months, we’ve been developing an initial framework for our Mobility Strategy. This framework outlines our early ideas for a vision, goals, and set of strategies to help us re-envision how we move in our City and beyond. We’ve developed this framework based exploring some of the key trends and circumstances influencing our transportation system, best practices in transportation planning, regular input from the community, and the guiding principles in our City’s Official Community Plan. This framework provides a starting point for our strategy. Before we go further, we want to make sure our preliminary vision, goals, and strategies reflect what is important to you and our community.


We need your feedback

  1. Read our Discussion Guide - PDF to learn more about the City’s current network, our emerging mobility landscape, and ideas for a vision, goals, and key directions for our Mobility Strategy.
  2. Share your comments by completing our surveys below. Completion will take between 5-15 minutes.
  3. Submit your completed response by April 30, 2021 and be entered in a draw for a chance to win e-bike rentals and lunch for two from the Lower Lonsdale Business Improvement Association.
  4. Encourage others to take a mobility journey by sending them a link, share on social media, or give them a call. We need everyone to help shape our future mobility network.

Due to current Provincial health guidelines for physical distancing, we are engaging online. However, if you or someone you know would prefer to complete a print version download our Discussion Guide.


How will we use your feedback?

The vision, goals, and strategies we are proposing for our Mobility Strategy are still just early ideas. The input and ideas you share with us over the next month will be used to help refine this framework to ensure it reflects the values and priorities of our community as a whole. Once we have heard from you and the broader community, we will be able to start developing the full strategy later this spring and into the summer. Our full draft strategy will be shared later this year for review and input. Learn more about our timelines.

The City of North Vancouver is developing a Mobility Strategy to improve how we move around our City. When finished, this strategy will be our playbook for guiding decisions about how we plan, design, operate and maintain our transportation system today and over the next decade. We need your input to ensure this new strategy reflects the values and priorities of our community.


A New Way Forward

Our City is changing. We are moving around differently and there is more demand on our streets. We need to be strategic about making the best use of limited space we have on our streets. We need healthy streets that work for everyone. Learn more about our mobility network and how we are moving within our City and to other areas in the Lower Mainland.


Shifting Focus

Mobility is more than just getting from one place to another. It’s about having safe, efficient, and affordable choices to count on to easily get you where you need to go – work, school, parks, community centres, shops, and more.

The Mobility Strategy will replace our Long-Term Transportation Plan (LTTP) that was created in 2008. Much has changed since then and it is time for us to prepare for what’s next by developing a transportation plan with strategic actions and policies that will help take us towards our goals. Learn more about other ways we are shifting focus to develop our Mobility Strategy.


We’ve Developed a Starting Point for Our Strategy

Over the last few months, we’ve been developing an initial framework for our Mobility Strategy. This framework outlines our early ideas for a vision, goals, and set of strategies to help us re-envision how we move in our City and beyond. We’ve developed this framework based exploring some of the key trends and circumstances influencing our transportation system, best practices in transportation planning, regular input from the community, and the guiding principles in our City’s Official Community Plan. This framework provides a starting point for our strategy. Before we go further, we want to make sure our preliminary vision, goals, and strategies reflect what is important to you and our community.


We need your feedback

  1. Read our Discussion Guide - PDF to learn more about the City’s current network, our emerging mobility landscape, and ideas for a vision, goals, and key directions for our Mobility Strategy.
  2. Share your comments by completing our surveys below. Completion will take between 5-15 minutes.
  3. Submit your completed response by April 30, 2021 and be entered in a draw for a chance to win e-bike rentals and lunch for two from the Lower Lonsdale Business Improvement Association.
  4. Encourage others to take a mobility journey by sending them a link, share on social media, or give them a call. We need everyone to help shape our future mobility network.

Due to current Provincial health guidelines for physical distancing, we are engaging online. However, if you or someone you know would prefer to complete a print version download our Discussion Guide.


How will we use your feedback?

The vision, goals, and strategies we are proposing for our Mobility Strategy are still just early ideas. The input and ideas you share with us over the next month will be used to help refine this framework to ensure it reflects the values and priorities of our community as a whole. Once we have heard from you and the broader community, we will be able to start developing the full strategy later this spring and into the summer. Our full draft strategy will be shared later this year for review and input. Learn more about our timelines.