Traffic bulletin

Projects by the District of West Vancouver and partner agencies:

Short-term projects

Tuesday, October 22, 7 a.m.–7 p.m.

  • Full road closure on 21st Street between Argyle Avenue and the driveway to 195 21st Street to facilitate crane installation at the adjacent development

Starting Monday, October 7 for approximately one month, 7:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

  • Single lane alternating traffic on Marine Drive from Gleneagles Drive to Eagleridge Drive due to road construction

Starting Friday, November 1 for approximately one month

  • Road closure on Bellevue Avenue between 26th Street and 27th Street to facilitate slope stabilization work

Long-term projects

Starting the week of October 21 for approximately 6–8 weeks

  • Intermittent delays eastbound on Marine Drive between 13th Street and 14th Street due to construction at the Grosvenor development. Details.

Starting the week of August 12

  • Intermittent traffic delays on Marine Drive between Taylor Way and Park Royal due to RapidBus (B-Line) construction. Details.

Late-August through November

  • Intermittent traffic and parking restrictions across the District for the Sewer Rehabilitation Program. Details.

For updates on traffic impacts related to the Five Creeks project, please visit:

Five Creeks Stormwater Flood Protection Project

Current Projects

Across the District

Low impact : Intermittent traffic and parking restrictions


Major impact : stormwater protection improvements


Planning phase : guidelines for a cohesive and unified streetscape


Major impact : road and sidewalk improvements

Horseshoe Bay

Major impact : first phase is scheduled to begin week of September 6

Planning phase : Designs are being revised by fall 2019

Taylor Way area

Low impact : new multi-use path in paved shoulder area of Highway 1

Major impact : Intermittent traffic delays on Marine Drive near Park Royal

Traffic impacts legend

Major impact: full road closure or lane closure on main roads

Medium impact: lane closure on local roads

Low impact: little effect on traffic or pedestrians

No impact: does not impact traffic or pedestrians

Planning phase: traffic impacts are to be determined

Five Creeks Stormwater Flood Protection Project

A water diversion pipe will run from above the Upper Levels Highway to Burrard Inlet, improving the flow of stormwater in the Westmount and Altamont neighbourhoods.

More information