We want your feedback on the Draft Master Transportation Plan
The City of Port Coquitlam wants your feedback on the Draft Master Transportation Plan (MTP), a practical plan that will guide improvements to the City’s road, transit and active transportation network.
The MTP’s goal is to provide a connected transportation network that gives people safe and direct routes to key destination points, using their preferred mode of transportation.
The MTP will build on existing programs and plans to ensure that City transportation projects continue to be cost-effective, technically sound and supported by the public, Council and stakeholders. For more information, visit portcoquitlam.ca/mtp.
Phase 4 MTP Feedback (2023)
Take the Survey by December 15, 2023
An early engagement survey in 2021 asked for input on the proposed goals and objectives for the MTP based on existing information and known issues, as well as Council, stakeholder and public input to date.
This survey checks back with the public to see if the Draft MTP achieves the goals and objectives that were set.
The survey should take approximately 10-12 minutes. Your input will help ensure we deliver a plan with improvements that matter most to the community.
Please complete this survey by Dec. 15. Answers are confidential and anonymous.
Phase 1 MTP Feedback (2021)
How did you get around Port Coquitlam, and what transportation improvements did you want to see?
In Phase 1 of updating the Master Transportation Plan (MTP), residents, businesses and other stakeholders were encouraged to share their opinions about transportation in a survey from March 15 - April 19, 2021.
Public input helps ensure the City delivers a plan with projects and improvements in line with the community’s needs and priorities. View the background on the MTP update here.
The goal of the Master Transportation Plan is to provide a connected transportation network that gives people safe and direct options to get to key destinations, using their preferred mode of transportation.
Survey feedback was provided on potential improvements including: