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Vancouver approves final design of Main Street Promise, focusing on ‘moving people and not vehicles’

Downtown project stretches north on Main Street between West Fifth and 15th

By , Columbian staff writer
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A view of Vancouver's Main Street looking south. Construction on Main Street will be done to beautify the street in the next couple of years. Businesses will be impacted during the construction and after.
A view of Vancouver's Main Street looking south. Construction on Main Street will be done to beautify the street in the next couple of years. Businesses will be impacted during the construction and after. (City of Vancouver) Photo Gallery

The city of Vancouver has approved a multimillion-dollar plan to reconstruct the streetscape of Main Street between West Fifth and West 15th streets.

The Main Street Promise project intends to improve pedestrian and cyclist infrastructure in several ways, by installing overhead lighting, adding bike racks and replacing the street’s current diagonal parking with parallel parking.

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Columbian staff writer