May 24, 2022
The City of Burnaby is building new pedestrian and cycling facilities along Lakefield Drive and 4th Street and is asking for input on some planned new public spaces and amenities.
April 11, 2022
The City of Burnaby is conducting a comprehensive study of the Capitol Hill/Burnaby Heights neighbourhoods to assess opportunities to improve safety for pedestrians, cyclists and drivers travelling in the area.
April 11, 2022
The City of Burnaby wants to hear from residents, commuters and visitors about how they currently move around areas of central Burnaby adjacent to Highway 1, and how they would use a proposed pedestrian-cyclist overpass to cross the highway between Kensington Avenue and Cariboo Road.
January 28, 2022
Burnaby City Council has endorsed the Route 1 option for TransLink’s Burnaby Mountain Gondola project, citing the direct benefits for Burnaby residents and the low environmental impact of the project.
December 16, 2021
The City of Burnaby has launched a project to illuminate the BC Parkway, installing accent lighting on SkyTrain guideway pillars to make the route more lively and inviting for pedestrians and cyclists at any time of day.
December 14, 2021
Burnaby City Council has approved an ambitious plan which will reshape the City’s approach to transportation planning over the next 30 years, making it easier, safer and more climate friendly to move throughout the city.
December 5, 2021
After conducting a detailed technical review and stakeholder consultation, the City of Burnaby is ready to present the findings of the Sperling and Duthie Traffic, Pedestrian and Cycling Safety Improvements Study.
October 14, 2021
The City of Burnaby is conducting a traffic calming study of the Sperling and Duthie corridors and is seeking public input to help identify issues and develop strategies to enhance the safety of everyone using these routes.
March 30, 2021
The City of Burnaby is embracing innovation to solve a long-standing traffic issue at one of the busiest transit stations in Metro Vancouver.
March 12, 2021
The City of Burnaby is making streets safer for students and all Burnaby residents by expanding the hours of 30 km/h school zones in Burnaby to 7am-10pm (previously 8am-5pm), and installing speed humps near 36 schools and 36 parks.