The City of North Vancouver says it will be removing some unhealthy street trees from Esplanade and putting in new trees and street furniture.
This project will be from February 23 to 25, and there will be parking restrictions and potential bike lane closures along Esplanade to allow crews space to work.
Flaggers will be on-site to help guide cyclists, pedestrians, and drivers through the work zone.
The tree removal is part of CNV’s Esplanade Complete Street project.
CNV says it is redesigning Esplanade to create a safer, more comfortable experience for pedestrians and cyclists, while maintaining the existing road capacity.
As part of this project, CNV will also introduce protected cycling lanes.
CNV also plans to retain the existing travel lanes to ensure transit is fast and reliable, while also maintaining the efficient movement of vehicles through the corridor.
Another goal, CNV says, is to increase curbside availability for passenger pick-up and drop-off, as well as deliveries.
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