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Highway 1 - Lower Lynn Improvements Project
Highway 1 connects Metro Vancouver to the North Shore, the Horseshoe Bay Ferry Terminal and Highway 99. It is a vital local, Regional and Provincial corridor for people, services and goods. Improvements will address safety, queuing, delays and will help to improve travel times along Highway 1 and the Lower Lynn Interchanges.
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Lower Lynn Improvements will address safety, queuing and delays and will help to improve travel times along Highway 1 and the Lower Lynn Interchanges.
The Mountain Highway overpass has been upgraded to a full Mountain Highway Interchange. This will better distribute traffic and relieve pressure at the Keith Road/Seymour Parkway and Main Street/Dollarton Highway Interchanges.
Keith Road/Seymour Parkway Interchange provides access to Highway 1, and is an important East/West connection for North Shore residents. The new Interchange will improve safety and reduce traffic interruptions with ramp reconfigurations and improved traffic flow along Keith Road to Mount Seymour Parkway.
The new Interchange includes the reconfiguration of the Main Street/Dollarton Interchange on-ramp to improve safety, reduce traffic interruptions and to provide better transit accessibility to and from Highway 1.
The Lynn Creek Connectivity Improvements will complement the planned Interchange Improvements to further increase mobility and safety in the Lower Lynn area.
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