Bill Curtis Award - 1996



Oak Street Bridge Traffic Management Study




The Oak Street Bridge, a major link in Greater Vancouver’s road network, was constructed in 1957. By 1995, the bridge required deck resurfacing, requiring two of the bridge’s four lanes to be closed alternately. This traffic management study reviewed the traffic features in the surrounding road network and recommended measures to safely mitigate traffic delays to an acceptable level.

Owner: BC Ministry of Transportation and Highways
Consultants: Hamilton Associates, Klohn Crippen





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