On May 30, Vancouver’s Chief Engineer Jerry Dobrovolny and Chief Transportation Engineer Lon Leclaire spoke to more than 60 False Creek South residents about the transit, traffic, biking and parking issues facing the neighbourhood. Of immediate interest, they assured the audience that in response to community concerns, the barriers limiting access to Spyglass from First Avenue would be removed “in one or two weeks” and that full consultation would precede any further changes. They also discussed longer-term changes, including potential streetcar and automated shuttle service, as well as possible roadway realignments to accommodate new development and improve access to coming subway stops along the Broadway corridor. They expressed their openness to resident input in resolving local issues.