Most of us use Port Coquitlam’s transportation network every day, whether we’re walking the kids to school, enjoying a recreational bike ride on the trails, taking transit to work or delivering a truckload of goods.
What will that transportation network be like – and what will we need from it – in 10, 20, 30 years and beyond?
The City of Port Coquitlam is updating its Master Transportation Plan (MTP) to guide the future development of our pedestrian, bicycle, transit and road networks.
Provide your feedback May 10 - June 7 to win great prizes!
- Open house: Wednesday May 29, 5-7 pm - Port Coquitlam Recreation Complex, 2150 Wilson Avenue. View the display, ask questions and fill out a survey.
- Survey: May 10 to June 7 - take it online now or pick up a printed survey at City facilities.
Everyone is welcome to take the survey; prize draw participants must be at least driving age and either live, work or own property or a business in Port Coquitlam.
- Download the draft final Master Transportation Plan (PDF)
- Download the spring/summer 2013 MTP factsheet (PDF)
- Read about the draft strategies and priorities
MTP Update Process
The new MTP will reflect community input on key transportation issues and the long-term vision for the transportation system. Public consultation has taken place throughout the process and has included open houses, surveys and written and telephone comments.
The MTP update has examined stakeholders’ key transportation issues and concerns, defined goals and objectives for the City’s transportation system, identified and evaluated major transportation improvements, and recommended a preferred transportation plan and implementation strategy.
Please see the links to the left for more information.
For information, contact:
Dave Currie, P.Eng
Manager of Transportation