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Please note: this list only covers projects funded by municipalities and governments. Projects built through property redevelopment are not shown on this list. For information on all civic projects, please check municipal websites. In addition, due to changing project schedules, projects are often subject to delay

  • 2023 projects are in purple
  • 2024 projects are in black
  • 2026 projects are in royal blue



  • Gatensbury Street multi-use path from the Port Moody border to Regan Street
  • Signage through the Sumiqwuelu site (formerly Riverview)
  • Lougheed Highway multi-use path between Pinetree Way and Westwood Street on the north side of the roadway
  • Guildford Way protected bike lanes from Pinetree Way to the Port Moody border
  • New Strategic Transportation Plan
  • United Boulevard multi-use path from King Edward Overpass west to existing terminus near New Westminster
  • Barnet Highway eastbound protected bike lane from Falcon Drive to Bond Street
  • Maillardville Greenway along Cartier Avenue from Schoolhouse Street to Marmont Street, then down Marmont Street to Quadling Avenue and west to Nelson Street
  • Cedar Drive multi-use path from 4180 Cedar Drive to Gilley's Trail


  • Pipeline Road multi-use path from David Avenue to Guildford Way along the west side, with new pedestrian lighting
  • Fremont Connector and adjacent multi-use path

Port Moody


  • St Johns Street multi-use pathway from Moody Street to Barnet Highway
  • Trail Network Plan, including expansion, classification, standardization of signage, and more

Port Coquitlam


  • Donald Street Pathway between Wilson Avenue and McAllister Avenue
  • Kingsway Avenue multi-use path between Tyner Street and Kebet Way


  • Prairie Avenue multi-use path between Coast Meridian Road and Shaughnessy Street
  • Fremont Connector and adjacent multi-use path


  • McAllister Avenue footbridge over the Coquitlam River (built to 4m width)


No projects funded.



  • Sunnyside Road multi-use path between East Road and (roughly) 2014 Sunnyside Road


  • East Road multi-use path between (roughly) 2285 East Road and Sunnyside Road
  • Sunnyside Road multi-use path between East Road and Alpine Drive


  • East Road multi-use path between (roughly) 2285 East Road and 1343 East Road