Cambie Corridor Planning Program
Cambie Corridor Planning Program: Phase 3
The Cambie Corridor is home to the Canada Line, which connects residents to jobs, amenities, and services throughout the Corridor and Vancouver.
In 2009, we launched a three-phase planning program to guide long-term, transit-oriented growth in the Cambie Corridor.
Phases 1 and 2 delivered land use policies for key sites and major streets, and provided early direction for public space improvements, neighbourhood energy opportunities, and community amenities. These two phases produced the Cambie Corridor Plan (2011).
We’re now working on Phase 3 to build on the plan, focusing on land use and new housing opportunities for the surrounding neighbourhoods within walking distance of Canada Line stations.
What we’ve heard so far in Phase 3
Since launching Phase 3, we’ve heard from over 6,600 people! Some of the key themes we’ve heard include:
Concern about the housing affordability crisis, especially for families, and the need for a stronger focus on affordable rental housing
Desire for transit-oriented developments with more housing around Canada Line stations and near bus routes
Need for an improved public transportation system.
Make sure community amenities are provided to support the growing Corridor communities
Concern about the pace of change taking place along the Corridor and its major intersecting roads
source: city of Vancouver website