A snapshot of the website used for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

The official Whistler website of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games


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2010 Winter Games: Games Time Maps of Whistler

Since December 2008, the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games' (VANOC) Operations Engagement Team (OET) and its partners have been working with business and residents' associations, businesses and property management companies to share information and identify potential impacts that may result from the operation of the competition and non-competition venues in Metro Vancouver and the Sea to Sky corridor in 2010.

The Whistler Game Plan was presented to members of the community in the summer of 2009. It included information for residents, business owners and employers on what to expect in the late fall and winter for 2009. An additional community presentation will follow in November.

If travelling to Vancouver, TravelSmart by "knowing before you go" and preparing for "business as unusual" will be the key to a successful transportation experience at Games time. Walking and transit will be the fastest ways to get around during the Games. There will be an increase in traffic and additional parking restrictions throughout Vancouver and, in particular, in the areas adjacent to Games venues. For more help building your Games travel plan, please visit travelsmart2010.ca.

Whistler Village - Click on map to download PDF version

Whistler Creekside - Click on map to donwload PDF version

TRANSIT service in Whistler, Squamish, and Pemberton return to regular winter service • Whistler #10 Games Express, running from Function Junction to Gondola Transit Exchange, will continue from March 1-21, running every 15 min from 5 a.m. - 12 a.m. • Regular fares apply on the Pemberton and Squamish Connector Service as well as local service in each community • Four BC Transit round trips operate daily between Squamish and Whistler (schedules at bctransit.com) • BC Transit operates two round trips daily between Pemberton and Whistler (schedules at bctransit.com) • Paralympic event tickets include public transit in Whistler on event day until 3 a.m. • Whistler’s transit fleet is 100% accessible • Ski and snowboards are permitted on BC Transit buses • All buses that were previously rerouted to the temporary Main Street exchange will return to the Gondola Transit Exchange • All buses travelling to Whistler Creekside will continue to use temporary Highway 99 stop until March 21

ROAD CLOSURES & RESTRICTIONS • Blackcomb Way closed to public access March 1-21 • Whistler Way open one way only from March 2-23 • London Lane (under bridge) in Creekside open March 1-6, then closed March 8-21 • Localized Vehicle permitting in effect, Nordic Drive at Taluswood Place, March 8-21, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. • Localized Vehicle permitting in effect, London Lane at Highway 99, March 8-21, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. • Olympic (now Paralympic) Lane from Function Junction to Lorimer Road is in effect until March 21

PARKING • There is no Sea to Sky Checkpoint • Lots 1, 2, 3 and 6 are open for general public use • Driving Range (Lot 10) and Mons (Lot 11) parking lots are open for day skier parking (fee-based) • Visit whistlerblackcomb.com/olympics

THE TRANSFER STATION will operate with normal hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

COMMERCIAL TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS in Whistler as of March 1 • Master Delivery schedule no longer in effect • Overnight delivery restrictions lifted • Commercial Carrier permits are no longer required • Quick Delivery zones and time restriction are lifted • Some restriction for deliveries into Sunshine Place – traffic control management in place • Some restrictions for deliveries into Creekside Franz’s Trail - businesses will be directly informed.


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