The 53 Street and 28 Avenue Roadway and Utility Improvements project is part of Delta's Neighbourhood Road Improvements Plan, which was introduced in 2012 to address aging roads and sidewalks in our community.
The proposed roadway and utility improvements along 53 Street and 28 Avenue include:
A new traffic signal on 53 Street at 28 Avenue including street light improvements;
Roadway widening (on the west side of 53 Street) to provide dedicated southbound right and left turn lanes;
Ditch infill along the west side of 53 Street including new storm sewer installation;
New drainage swale with lawnbasins along the west side of 53 Street for drainage;
Cycle lane improvements;
Bus stop improvements;
Delta watermain replacement;
Metro Vancouver watermain replacement; and,
A preliminary plan of proposed improvements is attached for information.
Learn about the typical stages of construction for this project:
Road Construction Process.
Construction of this project is tentatively scheduled as follows:
Spring/Summer 2018 –Metro Vancouver Watermain Construction
Spring 2019 – Delta Watermain Construction
Summer/Fall 2019 – Roadworks Construction
Residents will receive another letter to notify them of the construction start date.
A public consultation meeting was held on February 21, 2018.
A feedback form is attached for those who could not attend and who wish to complete and submit to us at this time.
We welcome and encourage your input to this project and look forward to discussing any comments or concerns you may have. If you were unable to attend the Public Information Meeting you may submit your comments on the attached form by Wednesday, March 7, 2018 by email email@example.com or in person to the Engineering Department at City Hall.
Due to heavy snow and traffic issues during the Public Information Meeting on February 21, 2018, a further Public Information Meeting will be scheduled in late April 2018 at which time more details on the project will be available.
For more information, please email Engineering Department or call 604-946-3260.