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North Shore Transportation Planning Project

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Due to its geography, topography, and existing transportation network, the North Shore faces considerable transportation challenges including significant road congestion and a lack of competitive and sustainable options.

Congestion has reached such critical levels that the North Shore has been identified as one of the most congested areas in Metro Vancouver.

The Integrated North Transportation Planning Project (INSTPP) aims to enable greater collaboration to provide an integrated transportation approach for the North Shore that is environmentally progressive, values safety, and improves the movement of people and goods.

While new investments in transportation across the region are underway as part of the Mayors' Council's 10-year Vision, it's recognized that more needs to be done.

That's why we've partnered with all three levels of government and other key stakeholders to identify short term actions to help manage congestion, as well as longer-term options that can be included in our 30-Year Regional Transportation Strategy Project.

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