Traffic on Granville Bridge - 1915
A Model T whips across the Granville Street Bridge. This is the old bridge that was much lower to the ground than the current one. Even though it is wartime it does not seem the rising cost of fuel has curtailed the use of automobiles as the bridge looks very busy with vehicle traffic. Obviously there were far fewer cars in those days: In 1912 only 1,700 cars were registered in the whole city, so it is not surprising that the Granville Street Bridge had fewer lanes back then. It's hard to say exactly how many lanes there were because no lines are painted on the road. Also notice they are driving on the left side, as people drove on the left in British Columbia until 1922.
On This Spot & Vancouver Archives AM54-S4-: Trans P142