City seeks input for Sperling and Duthie traffic calming study

Last updated: October 14, 2021

The City of Burnaby is conducting a study of the Sperling and Duthie corridors in northwest Burnaby with the goal of enhancing the safety of everyone living in the area and traveling via these routes. Local residents and businesses, along with those who travel via Sperling and/or Duthie to reach destinations in Burnaby or a neighbouring community, are invited to complete a survey at Public input will be important in helping the project team understand local issues and stakeholder concerns and identify potential solutions and strategies for improving the safety of pedestrians, cyclists and drivers using Sperling and Duthie. The survey will be open until October 31, 2021.

The study area includes Sperling Avenue (between Broadway and Hastings Street) and Duthie Avenue (from Broadway to Ridge Drive), as well as the nearby intersection of Montecito Drive and Phillips Avenue. In addition to conducting a technical review and receiving inputs from residents and other stakeholders, the study team will also reach out to local schools, TransLink and emergency service providers.

The Sperling-Duthie Traffic, Pedestrian & Cycling Safety Improvements Study is being carried out in response to local residents’ concerns on driver speeds and traffic volumes through the neighbourhoods. 

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