Vancouver City Councillors are set to vote next week on construction plans to make the Burrard Bridge safer.
The City first announced the plans six weeks ago, namely, to give another lane to pedestrians, widen the crossing, and redesign the north-end intersection.
Staff held two open houses and a survey, and heard concerns about the cost and vehicle capacity.
Officials say the same number of cars will be able to get across.
The budget, however, first announced at $30 million, is now $35 million.
Staff will also now add suicide prevention fencing and crisis phones.
If approved, construction would begin next year, and would take up to 18 months.