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Vancouver makes progress on street safety plan

Work guided by council plan that identifies policies, projects city should pursue, examine

By Dylan Jefferies, Columbian staff writer
Published: July 10, 2024, 6:08am
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Crews on Tuesday afternoon remove unsuitable soils from underneath the roadway along Northeast 137th Avenue, stabilizing the new street and constructing a concrete culvert over the Burnt Bridge Creek. This road closure will last about 10 months.
Crews on Tuesday afternoon remove unsuitable soils from underneath the roadway along Northeast 137th Avenue, stabilizing the new street and constructing a concrete culvert over the Burnt Bridge Creek. This road closure will last about 10 months. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Summer is in full swing and with it comes road work and construction projects.

Across Vancouver, crews are repaving roads, repairing bridges and revitalizing aging infrastructure.

Much of that work is guided by a transportation system plan adopted by the Vancouver City Council in January.

The guiding document identifies policies, programs and projects the city should pursue and examine during the next 20 years.

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