Notice of Construction
The City of Port Moody is currently working on construction for Phase One (Electronic Avenue to Hugh Street) of the Murray Street Bike Path Extension.
The design features a two-way asphalt bike path, which will follow the alignment of the existing sidewalk on the north side of Murray Street. Construction started September 24 and is expected to take six to eight weeks. Once the project is completed, it will be more comfortable, safer, and more enjoyable for recreational cyclists to travel along Murray Street.
Phase Two, the construction of the remaining portion of the bike path from Hugh Street to the Moody Street Overpass, is included in the City’s capital plan for 2019.
Businesses and user groups in the area will receive a letter with construction dates and hours of work closer to the start of the project.
Phase One of the Murray Street Bike Path Extension will:
- create a safe and accessible off-street route for recreational cyclists;
- improve safety by improving visibility for cyclists, pedestrians, and drivers at the entrance to the off-leash dog park;
- provide a new walkway into the PoMo Rotary Sk8 Park; and
- add landscaping features.
Finalize tender package and construction drawings
Start construction, which is expected to take 6 to 8 weeks
The Murray Street Bike Path Extension was approved by Council in May 2016 as part of the City’s capital budget. You can read the report here. It is jointly funded by the City of Port Moody and TransLink. The Murray Street Bike Path Extension addresses one of Council’s strategic priorities – moving people – by creating a safe, off-street route for recreational cyclists and connecting users to Moody Centre via the Moody Street Overpass.
Read the Murray Street Bike Path Extension FAQ page.
If you have a question or comment about the Murray Street Bike Path Extension, please email Shashi Bandara, Project Engineer, at email@example.com.
Last updated: 05/10/2018 10:25:29 AM