Highway 1 - Lower Lynn Public Engagement
Feedback is considered along with technical and financial information by the project team in the development of the project design, mitigation measures and construction. Each component of the Highway 1 - Lower Lynn Improvements is being designed to operate together to provide the best overall traffic movement.
The next round of public information sessions is planned for spring 2018. At these information sessions, we’ll provide design plans for the Lynn Creek Connectivity Improvements and the Keith Road/Seymour Parkway Interchange Projects along with concept refinements for the new Main Street/Dollarton Highway Interchange.
Two public information sessions were held on February 21 and February 25, 2017 to present the revised design for the Mountain Highway Interchange. An interactive 3D model showing the revised design was on display at both public information sessions, and feedback forms were made available to attendees.
- View the open house display boards (3 MB PDF) Feb 2017
- Take an aerial tour of the new Mountain Highway Interchange, travelling along Highway 1 heading west Feb 2017
- Take an aerial tour of the new Mountain Highway Interchange, travelling along Highway 1 heading east Feb 2017
- Take an aerial tour of the new Mountain Highway Interchange, travelling along Mountain Highway heading north Feb 2017
- Take an aerial tour of the new Mountain Highway Interchange, travelling along Mountain Highway heading south Feb 2017
There were a total of 642 participant interactions during the February 2017 Mountain Highway Interchange Public Information Sessions and Comment Period:
- 531 people attended two public information sessions
- 110 completed comment forms were received (51 hardcopy, 59 online)
An open house was held on January 19, 2016 to provide an overview of three phases of the Lower Lynn Improvements project and to collect feedback from First Nations, stakeholders and the public regarding the Mountain Highway Interchange.
- View the open house display boards (4 MB, PDF) Jan 2016
- Read the Mountain Highway Interchange Open House and Comment Summary Report (4 MB, PDF) Jan 2016
There were a total of 613 participant interactions during the Mountain Highway Interchange open house and comment period:
- 390 people attended the open house
- 126 completed comment forms were received (77 hardcopy, 49 online)
- 97 submissions were received through email or mail