216th Street Complete Street Project

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Overview

216 Complete Streets Project - map context

After two previous phases of study and extensive public consultation, the Township of Langley is now undertaking the detailed design for the 216 Street Complete Street Project. Using a ‘complete street’ approach, the project aims to improve the safety and liveability of the corridor by:

  • reducing vehicle speeds
  • expanding active transportation opportunities
  • creating new pedestrian crossings
  • retaining as permanent some temporary on-street parking
  • adding left-turn bays and medians
  • aligning the intersection at 96 Avenue
  • balancing the needs for people and goods movement

The project area includes the 216 Street corridor between 88 Avenue and 96 Avenue, as well as the 96 Avenue and 216 Street intersection.

What is a ‘Complete Street’?
A ‘Complete Street’ is a design approach for transportation infrastructure that ensures streets are accessible and safe for all users, regardless of their mode of travel, age, or ability. A ‘Complete Street’ design balances the needs of various users, including pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists.

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