Learn about temporary road closures and traffic delays due to road construction or special events on your commuting route.
Trans Mountain is conducting work related to the pipeline expansion project near Government Street, between Horne Street and the Burnaby Mountain Urban Trail. Pre-construction work has already started and construction is slated to continue through December 2022. During construction, Government Street will be closed to traffic and a detour will be in place for approximately six months. Temporary trail detours will also be in place along the Burnaby Mountain Urban Trail in some areas.
Hastings St: curb lane changes near Gilmore Ave
We're temporarily modifying parking on 2 blocks of Hastings St (4000 and 4100 blocks). This is to accommodate 3 restaurant applications to the City's Active Sidewalks, Open Businesses program to create outdoor dining space. A total of 12 parking spots have been removed on the north side of Hastings near Gilmore. The local and rapid bus stops at Gilmore have been relocated 1 block west to Macdonald Ave. The high occupancy vehicle lane is also being moved from the curb lane to the centre lane. To ensure these changes don't disrupt other businesses, we've added 2 new parking spots on Gilmore. The parking restrictions on adjacent side streets have been adjusted to improve turnover.
Broadway St improvements
Broadway St between Bainbridge Ave to Lake City Way is fully opened to local traffic only; road construction is on-going until mid-July. The area will be maintained with the use of traffic control persons (expect delays).
Fortis BC is installing a new gas line in Burnaby to replace an aging line currently running along the Pattullo Bridge. Work is expected to begin in the fall of 2021 with construction taking place along Sperling Ave, Glencarin Dr, Lakefield Dr and 4th St. A new underground pressure regulating station will be built at the intersection of 16th Ave and 4th St. Traffic may be affected in these areas during construction, which is expected to continue throughout 2022.
Metro Vancouver is replacing the existing Douglas Rd water main. Work on the north section will start at the intersection of Douglas and Lougheed Highway and proceed along Douglas towards Roy St. Construction is ongoing. Traffic will be reduced to one lane in one direction during construction.
Metro Vancouver is replacing the aging Central Park water main in 3 sections. Phase 2 of the project will start at Elwell St and head south to 10th Ave. This section is approximately 3 km long, running primarily along Salisbury Ave and 18th St. Construction is underway and will continue into 2022. There may be times when access to residential driveways and parking areas will be restricted due to construction.
Learn about the improvements and construction planned for Burnaby roads, water, sewers, drainage and lighting. Take a tour of the different projects around the city.