District of West Vancouver will be release the community consultation report and other findings on the controversial B-Line bus this week.
The report will be released on Thursday, or early Friday, said Kristi Merilees, Manager of Communications and Community Relations for West Vancouver.
The report will be available on the agenda for the council meeting that will be held on Monday, April 15.
In early March, the council voted to ask staff for five things: Work with Translink, Squamish Nation, and Park Royal to clarify details for a terminus at Park Royal, renew new options for a B-Line route West of Park Royal, provided they avoid routing adjacent to schools and minimize impact to residential neighbourhoods, do not require any restricted bus lane in the Ambleside or Dundarave business districts, and minimize the loss of on-street parking.
The staff was also asked to seek traffic improvement measures, and improve traffic flow along Marine Drive through Ambleside, identify costs for these measures and report back to council within 30 days.
The District of West Vancouver says if the potential new options are identified, the district will consult with the community before proceeding..
Staff is expected to report back on these findings on April 15, and citizens will have access to these reports in the next few days.
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