The City of Port Moody completed a visioning study for the Murray-Clarke Corridor. The results of the study/survey were included in this report. This report was deferred at Committee of the Whole on May 7th 2013 and then presented at Committee of the Whole on Tuesday September 3, 2013.
The Murray-Clarke connector is a main East-West corridor through Port Moody which links Barnet Highway in the west and connects to Coquitlam in the East. As the map shows, this corridor has 3 unique segments:
- Barnet Highway to Moody Street
- Moody Street to Klahanie Street (West)
- Klahanie Street (West) to Coquitlam (see map below).
The corridor forms an important part of the City road network and is an important regional access corridor.
A key component of the Visioning Study was talking with Port Moody residents and other stakeholders. We heard what you value about the corridor and recorded your ideas on how the roadway should evolve to serve the future transportation needs of the community and region. The City engaged Stantec Consulting Ltd. to assist with this consultation.
The Murray-Clarke corridor visioning boards were presented at the initial stakeholder workshop (invitation only) held on November 24. The material is a discussion document which identifies key principles to consider for the vision of the Murray-Clarke corridor, and design concepts for the roadway use and function. The roadway or map options shown near the end of the document are for discussion only, and it is important to note the City has not made any decisions as to how the road corridor will evolve at this time. The options show the variety of possible outcomes of the visioning exercise, and the City will be listening to all comments before narrowing down the options.
Last updated: 08/03/2018 1:32:09 PM