Stanley Park - Mobility Study

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The Vancouver Park Board is undertaking a Mobility Study to create new ideas and analyze options for improving access into and through Stanley Park. A focus of the study is to consider “green” transportation modes and determine the potential opportunities and challenges of different approaches to reducing private vehicle traffic. We need to learn more about how you travel into the Park and understand what you value about your experience. A bike lane with adjacent vehicle traffic on Park Drive, for example, is only one of many options being considered.

The Mobility Study will include data collection, analysis on travel patterns in the Park, and engagement with stakeholders and the public. The outcomes of this study will help inform future planning work, including but not limited to the Stanley Park Comprehensive Plan, a long-range plan and 100-year vision for the Park currently underway in partnership with Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations as part of our work on reconciliation.

Some key purposes of this study are to: 

  • Understand potential opportunities and challenges of reducing private vehicle traffic in Stanley Park 

  • Explore ways to improve access into Stanley Park 

  • Enhance the experience of visiting Stanley Park

Our survey was open May 18 to June 9 and has now closed. Staff are in the process of compiling public feedback. Please keep an eye on this page for more updates.


The Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation acknowledges, with respect, that our parks are located on the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh peoples.


The Vancouver Park Board is undertaking a Mobility Study to create new ideas and analyze options for improving access into and through Stanley Park. A focus of the study is to consider “green” transportation modes and determine the potential opportunities and challenges of different approaches to reducing private vehicle traffic. We need to learn more about how you travel into the Park and understand what you value about your experience. A bike lane with adjacent vehicle traffic on Park Drive, for example, is only one of many options being considered.

The Mobility Study will include data collection, analysis on travel patterns in the Park, and engagement with stakeholders and the public. The outcomes of this study will help inform future planning work, including but not limited to the Stanley Park Comprehensive Plan, a long-range plan and 100-year vision for the Park currently underway in partnership with Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations as part of our work on reconciliation.

Some key purposes of this study are to: 

  • Understand potential opportunities and challenges of reducing private vehicle traffic in Stanley Park 

  • Explore ways to improve access into Stanley Park 

  • Enhance the experience of visiting Stanley Park

Our survey was open May 18 to June 9 and has now closed. Staff are in the process of compiling public feedback. Please keep an eye on this page for more updates.


The Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation acknowledges, with respect, that our parks are located on the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh peoples.

  • CLOSED: Thank you for your interest in participating. This survey has now closed and staff are in the process of compiling public feedback. Please keep an eye on this page for more updates.

    The Vancouver Park Board is undertaking a Mobility Study to create new ideas and analyze options for improving access into and through Stanley Park.  A focus of the study is to consider “green” transportation modes and determine the potential opportunities and challenges of different approaches to reducing private vehicle traffic. We need to learn more about how you travel into the Park and understand what you value about your experience.  

    We have previously asked you about the bike lane and other temporary changes over the past few years. A bike lane on Park Drive is only one of many other options being considered. This survey asks questions that build upon the data we collected through previous surveys, which is why a few questions might look familiar.   

    The focus of this survey is to understand your needs for accessing Stanley Park and help shape new ideas for mobility to support the Park’s resiliency for future generations.  What do you think is important in improving access and enjoyment of Stanley Park for everyone? 


    This online survey will be open May 18 to June 9.

    The survey should take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. Before starting, please ensure that you are using an updated version of your browser (Microsoft Edge, Chrome, Firefox, or Safari). If you encounter any problems and are able to take a screenshot or video of the issue, please email StanleyPark@vancouver.ca. If you would prefer an email, PDF, or paper version of the survey, please email StanleyPark@vancouver.ca to request one.

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