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This list is only partial.

  • Sumiqwuelu (formerly Riverview) wayfinding signage & chain removal from pathway (2023)
  • Lougheed Highway multi-use pathway, south side, between Christmas Way and Pinetree Way (2022)
  • Prairie Avenue multi-use pathway between Coast Meridian Road and Burns Road (2022)
  • King Albert Greenway from Blue Mountain Street to Hillcrest Street, extended 2021
  • 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)
  • Murray overpass, Port Moody (Ped/bike overpass to Rocky Point, completed March 2014)
  • United Boulevard from New West to King Edward (Sept 2013). MUP plus on road bike lanes.
  • Lougheed bike lanes PMH1 (King Edward to Colony farms, completed August 2013)
  • Regan Grover temporary MUP in Como Lake park (spring 2013). This is a temporary fix pending the creation the proposed Regan/Grover on-road bike route.
  • Guildford extension in Port Moody (fall 2012)
  • Murray Avenue bike lane and MUP (fall 2012)
  • Broadway bike lanes, Port Coquitlam (2012)
  • King Edward overpass bike lanes and MUP, Coquitlam (2012)
  • Poirier MUP, Coquitlam (2012)
  • David Avenue extension to Port Moody (2012)
  • PoCo trail pedestrian signal at Shaughnessy (fall 2012)