Stadsplattegrond van Vancouver met een extra inzet op kleinere schaal van het centrum. Met register. Waterproof!
ITMB first published our own map of Vancouver six editions and twenty years ago. Each time we update, we're surprised at how much change has taken place. This is a double-sided map, with the city on one side and the metropolitan area on the other side. Like many North American cities, Vancouver consists of several separate urban areas that have merged together physically but not politically. Greater Vancouver's population is 2,500,000, most of which consists of residential areas. The 'regional' side is where the growth in population is taking place (about 100,000 people move to Vancouver each year) and this is where noticeable developments are taking place - the new South Perimeter Road following the Fraser River eastwards, the new Port Mann toll bridge, the new toll Golden Ears toll bridge across the Fraser. None of this will make sense to non-locals, but since most of our copies sell locally, our press releases have to mention details that may seem irrelevant to people further away. For such people, the latest and greatest map for visitors to Vancouver is now on plastic.
Roads by classification, Railroads with stations, Skytrain lines, Trains, Buses, Ferries, Ski lift, City border, Hotels, Police stations, Main post offices, Gas stations, Major places of workship, Parks with hiking trails and playgrounds, GVRD and provincial parks, Tourist information centers and points of interest, Marinas, Lighthouses, Hospital and care centers, Universities, Libraries, Community centres, Beaches, Shopping centres and malls, Live theatres, Cinemas, Museums, Galleries, Picnic areas, Golf courses, Sport fields, Stadiums, and much more.