I really hope this does not fizzle out.
Number 1 heading east should be 110 to 104th street and 130+ past that.
Coquihala should be 130+.
Sea2Sky should be 110 with improved wildlife fencing (something like this should not be able to happen on a important highway: bear
Basically any highway that has wildlife fencing and is not in the middle of the city with closely spaced interchanges and constant merging and traffic should have a limit of 130+.
Then there are many streets that are too low, specifically:
Barnet, should be 100
Marine heading west should be 80 up to almost Kerr street, then 60 the rest of the way.
Granville, Cambie, Oak should be 60 south of 49th or so...
*One thing that bugs me is the speed traps in these locations:
1) Marine in Burnaby where it drops to 50kmph which is in no way justified Marine
2) Boundary near Marine, again 50kmph is way too low and they always have a speed trap here and sometimes at the top, there is no reason for it. It should be around 70 and the intersection at the bottom should be improved so trucks can stay in the right lane when turning left on to Marine. Boundary
p.s. I drive at a comfortable speed, that means above the speed limit and probably around or just above the 85th percentile and I drive at least 30,000km per year and have had one speeding ticket in my life, knock on wood.
Mostly though because I am very aware of my surroundings. Oh and that one speeding ticket was on Marry Hill bypass under the pedestrian overpass at 11pm at night, I was going 110 and it is a 80 zone, again way way way too low of a speed limit.
By the way saw that video yesterday, just a incredibly awesome job that person did. I say it is a great service to society.