New and Improved Transit Shelters Coming Soon to Port Coquitlam


More Port Coquitlam transit users will be able to get out of the weather this winter, thanks to 19 new and 20 updated bus shelters coming soon to the community.

The improvements are part of an agreement the City of Port Coquitlam signed with Pattison Outdoor Advertising in February.

Starting in December, Pattison Outdoor will start to install 19 new shelters at the following mutually-selected locations:

The modern-styled transit shelters will feature a transparent roof and walls and come equipped with a bench, advertising on one side, and a recycling/garbage unit with bins for refundable bottles and cans, paper, and all other waste.

Pattison Outdoor is also replacing its 20 existing shelters around the community with the new style of shelters in early 2018, at the following locations:

The City plans to use the advertising revenue it receives from Pattison to install more city-owned and operated shelters, similar to the ones at Reeve Street at Hawthorne Avenue, and at Wilson Avenue at Shaughnessy Street (both sides). The city hopes to add one to two shelters per year to its inventory.


Melony Burton
Manager of Infrastructure Planning
City of Port Coquitlam
T: 604.927.5305