If you enjoy the Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge, now is the time to go. Starting September 30, the Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge will be closed for maintenance.
Maintenance crews will be working on the suspension bridge decking and structure for maintenance, according to a District of North Vancouver notice.
During the construction period, the suspension bridge will be fully closed. However, a pedestrian detour to the Pipeline Bridge and Twin Falls Bridge will be put in place.
DNV anticipates the work to be completed by late November this year. The district has also been working on a new parking lot upgrades at the park.
This year, the District of North Vancouver (DNV) council also voted amend its traffic bylaw to better manage parking and traffic in the popular Lynn Canyon Park area.
The amendment prohibits large buses (larger than seating capacity of 24 passenger) from stopping or parking within the area bounded by Lynn Valley Road, Ross Road, and Lynn Canyon Park without a DNV permit. This area includes both sides of the Lynn Valley Road and Ross Road east of Mountain Highway.
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