2013 Neighborhood Traffic Calming Projects

Street Mural at East 33rd & K Street

The City of Vancouver, working in conjunction with the Neighborhood Traffic Safety Alliance (NTSA), funded four local neighborhood projects designed to address traffic safety concerns while creating a more livable community. These projects were funded through the 2013 Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program. Project implementation occurred in 2014 and 2015.

2013 Traffic Calming Projects


Fruit Valley Road - West Fourth Plain Boulevard to West 39th Street

Project Enhancements: 
   - New pedestrian crosswalk at Firestone Lane with ladder-style striping
   - 25 mph legends added to pavement
Applicant: Fruit Valley Neighborhood Association
Estimated Project Cost: $6,000

McGillivray Boulevard at Southeast 119th Avenue

Project Enhancements: 
   - Ladder style restriping of existing pedestrian crosswalk and signage at 119th Avenue
   - 25 mph on-street legends
Applicant: Riveridge Neighborhood Association
Estimated Project Cost: $10,000

East 33rd Street – I-5 to St. Johns Boulevard

Project Enhancements:
   - Pedestrian refuge islands
   - Street trees
   - Street murals    
   - Bike facilities
Applicant: Rose Village Neighborhood Association
Estimated Project Cost: $36,000

Southeast 195th Avenue – Southeast 15th Street to Westridge Boulevard

Project Enhancements: 
   - Entry islands on the north and south side of street
   - Speed cushions throughout the corridor  
Applicant: Cascade Estates
Estimated Project Cost: $51,000