Broadway Subway Project
Above and below-grade design for two key stations
DIALOG, along with the rest of the Acciona-Ghella JV team, has been selected to design and build the new Broadway Subway Project in Vancouver. This is a 5.7-kilometre extension of the existing Millennium Line, travelling from VCC-Clark Station in East Vancouver to the Broadway and Arbutus intersection on the west side of the city.
DIALOG will be providing integrated design services for the Great Northern Way-Emily Carr and Arbutus underground stations and at-grade exits / street interfaces. Great Northern Way will be the first station built, and will set important precedents for the others to follow; Arbutus will be the last station built. Construction will begin in fall 2020, with the line in service in 2025. For more information, go to the project website – broadwaysubway.ca.
- Vancouver, BC
- Province of British Columbia
IBI Group Professional Services
Acciona Infrastructure Canada Inc.
Ghella Canada Ltd.
Ingenieria Especializada Obra Civil e Industrial, S.A.
Mott MacDonald Canada Ltd.
- DIALOG Services
Planning & Urban Design
The Broadway Subway Project will incorporate six stations, with DIALOG responsible for the two stations at the ends of the line: Arbutus in the west, and Great Northern Way – Emily Carr in the east.
The Great Northern Way -Emily Carr station during the day. The at-grade portion will be designed to allow future development above the station.
Concept drawing for the interior entrance of the Great Northern Way station.
The Great Northern Way – Emily Carr station at night.
The Arbutus station, in daytime. This station will incorporate a bus loop, which will carry passengers to their final destination on the west side of the city.
Concept drawing for the interior entrance of the Arbutus station.
The Arbutus station in the evening. Extensive glazing on the stations will ensure they are bright, safe spaces at all times of the day.
John Horgan, Premier, British Columbia
Major infrastructure projects like the Broadway Subway are key to our economic recovery. When completed, it will transform Vancouver, bringing people from one end to the other.