Kings Corridor, 12th Street to 9th Street

Update November 2018

The following traffic calming measures have been completed in phase one:

  • regulatory speed zone reduced to 30 kilometres per hour
  • additional crosswalk markings

Construction of speed humps will be completed in 2019 in phase two.

Update June 2018

Residents in the neighbourhood around Kings Avenue (between 12th and 9th Street) have voiced concerns about traffic and cyclist safety issues. District of West Vancouver staff recognize the need for traffic calming improvement in this area.

In September 2017, the District hosted an open house and launched a survey to collect feedback on proposed traffic calming designs. The results of this consultation revealed requests for speed humps, which were not permitted in West Vancouver at that time.

Now equipped with a Vertical Deflection and Speed Humps Policy, the District has drafted a new traffic calming design for Kings Avenue between 12th and 9th Street. 

A community meeting was held on June 25, 2018, to get feedback on the proposed design concepts.

Open House and Survey – Feedback and Responses

View the designs:

Drawing 1

Drawing 2

Drawing 3

Thank you for taking the questionnaire. 

Your feedback on the proposed designs is appreciated. The questionnaire closed on Friday, July 20 at 12 p.m.


Gurinder Jaswal
Assistant Transportation Engineer



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