Major investments being considered by Vancouver city council in the next four years include child care, transportation and affordable housing.
The first draft of the 2015 to 2018 Capital Plan is worth more than a billion dollars.
Highlights include a thousand new child care spaces, 2,500 social housing units, transit upgrades and three new parks.
A breakdown of costs shows $150 million will be dedicated to transportation improvements, $125 million for affordable housing and $30 million for child care.
Public consultations are now underway.
The final plan will be presented to council in September and must be approved by voters in the November election.