The Granville Bridge Connector is intended to address a gap in the city’s active transportation network and serve some of the densest parts of the city with an improved walking and cycling pathway, as well as public spaces.
- Details: (web) https://vancouver.ca/streets-transportation/granville-bridge-connector.aspx
- Open House boards: (pdf) granville-bridge-connector-phase-2-open-house-information-displays
According to the information provided on the Open House Boards in relation to the Granville Bridge Connector, the average weekday traffic across Granville bridge is 33,000 daily cars. 20,000 use the Seymour street ramp every week day.
The 601 Beach Crescent application will place homes for the social units within 10 meters of the ramp and expose them directly to this traffic. On Feb 20, 2019 the Vancouver Urban Design Panel stated the units facing the bridge are not liveable:
- Granville Bridge Use Today: (pdf) granville-bridge-connector-phase-2- bridge use today