Tri-Cities - Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody and Villages of Belcarra and Anmore
Ride your bike in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody and Villages of Belcarra and Anmore? Interested in local cycling advocacy, education or events? Attend your local HUB committee meeting to see what's happening. All are welcome - no experience required!
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Chairs: Andrew Hartline and Colin Fowler
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- Written 23 advocacy letters to municipal staff, provincial bodies, elected officials, and other decision makers
- Had presentations and visits in meetings from staff from the City of Coquitlam, City of Port Moody, and City of Port Coquitlam, as well as local elected officials, developers, allied organizations, and other local stakeholders
- Presented on the Sasamat Greenway to the Port Moody Transportation committee and received unanimous support to look into it
- Updated the Local Committee Priority Gap List, adding a large number of priority infrastructure gaps
- Worked with the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure to get major gaps filled
- Continue to meet with Ministry of Transportation and other stakeholders to extend Central Valley Greenway to the Port Mann Bridge and beyond.
- Providing feedback and suggestions to Port Moody, Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam regarding cycling infrastructure.
- Working towards improvements and amendments to the cycling facilities/access on and around the new Port Mann Bridge infrastructure.
- Working to improve Pitt River bridge cycling connections.
- Continuation and completion of bike routes along Lougheed Highway, between Schoolhouse and Coquitlam Centre, as well as between the Coquitlam Center and Pitt River Bridge.
- Improving safety and access for cyclists on Kingsway in Port Coquitlam, especially around Broadway Street, & as an access point towards the Pitt River Bridge
- Working to improve east-west bike lanes in Port Moody and Port Coquitlam
- Working to improve cycling network connectivity throughout the Tri-Cities region
- King Albert Greenway from Blue Mountain Street to Hillcrest Street, extended 2021
- King Albert Greenway from Porter Street to Hillcrest Street, connecting the existing greenway from Porter Street to Blue Mountain Street (2020)
- Multi-use path built on Gatensbury Road linking Port Moody and Coquitlam and connecting schools, downtown Port Moody, a Skytrain station and the West Coast Express (2019 Infrastructure Improvement Award)
- Riverview multi-use path connects Colony Farm in the south with Coquitlam Centre in the north (2019)
- Heritage Mountain extension completed with separated bicycle facilities from Turner Creek Drive to David Avenue (2019)
- Murray Street multi-use path extension completed from Electronic Avenue to Hugh Street (2019)
- Sheep Paddocks Trail reopened, connecting Pitt River Road to Colony Farm (2019)
- New access ramp connecting bike facilities on the Moody Street Overpass to the Moody Centre SkyTrain station (2019)
- Dogwood Fairview Citywide Greenway multi-use path built connecting Burquitlam and Lougheed neighbourhoods (2018)
- Mixed use path and on-street bike lanes on David Avenue in Coquitlam
- Bike lanes along Murray street in Port Moody
- New bike lanes along Barnet and Lougheed in Coquitlam
- Funding secured for upgraded bike lanes along Barnet in Coquitlam
- Key north-south routes in Coquitlam (Pinetree, Johnson)
- Port Mann bridge access and safety improvements
The City of Coquitlam and TransLink have created maps of the cycling networks in the Tri-Cities to help all cyclists navigate safely and comfortably on their bikes. These maps are updated regularly to provide current information on cycling and show the comfort levels of each route based on how separated it is from traffic. PDF versions of the maps for the Tri-Cities are available at the links below. Cycling maps for other Metro Vancouver municipalities are available at bikehub.ca/maps.
- TransLink Tri-Cities Map (including Anmore and Belcarra) (PDF, Updated Feb 2021)
- Tri-Cities Cycling Map
- Coquitlam Cycling Resources
- Tri-Cities Low/High Traffic Stress Map
Cycling 'Hot Spots' in the Tri-Cities
As part of HUB's State of Cycling project, BikeMaps.org produced a series of maps highlighting conflict areas for cyclists across Metro Vancouver. See the map for 'hot spots' in the Tri-Cities. Please note that these maps show conflicts, but don't account for ridership levels. You can log conflicts/crashes and near misses on BikeMaps.org. Help improve cycling infrastructure and close 'gaps' by getting involved with HUB's work in your area. See details above for the Tri-Cities Local Committee. Special thanks to BikeMaps.org for all their help and assistance producing these maps.
View maps, news, and tell us what you like or don't like about cycling in the Tri-Cities. Brought to you by our Local Committee.