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Aspenwood (East Road) and Forest Park Way – single lane alternating traffic July 24-28

The City will begin roadwork at the intersection of Aspenwood Drive (East Road) and Forest Park Way on July 24, 2017. During construction, both Aspenwood Drive and Forest Park Way will be open to single lane alternating traffic. Drivers should expect delays on both roads, as well as East Road (to/from Anmore).

This work involves: removing the existing failed concrete banding and worn pavers, and repaving the full intersection with asphalt; repaving the westbound lane on Aspenwood, from the intersection to about 50 metres west; and repaving the northbound lane on Forest Park Way from the intersection to about 50 metres south.

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Barnet Overpass Upgrade

In July 2017, the City of Port Moody will begin construction work to upgrade the westbound portion of the Barnet Highway Overpass, located between Inlet Centre Station and Dewdney Trunk Road. The upgrade will include a new bridge deck surface, and a multi-use path for pedestrians and cyclists on the north side of the overpass.

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Ioco Rd Lift Station Construction

Crews will be performing sewer upgrades along Ioco Rd, from the Recreation Complex heading west. Work will involve intermittent single lane alternating traffic restricted to 9am-3pm. As well, there may be occasional sidewalk closures

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Former Barnet Landfill site environmental upgrades

The City has awarded the construction contract for environmental upgrades to the former Barnet Landfill site, and work began in February. It’s expected the project will be finished by July 2017. The work includes installation of landfill cover and upgrades to storm water controls, to prevent rainwater from flowing down into Burrard Inlet. The remediation project also includes site grading and site preparation for future use. Click here for more information.

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Kyle St. - half closure, Legion construction
Update - May 2 2017:


Kyle’s north bound curb lane, through lane, and the respective sidewalk between Spring Street and Clarke Street are closed during construction. Directional signage will be in place.

There may be intermittent full closures of Kyle street for short periods of time to permit staging of construction equipment and materials.

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College Park Way: Road & Utility Improvements

As you are aware, the City of Port Moody’s site contractor has been actively working on road and utility improvements in your neighborhood. One of the key components of the program is the reconstruction of the Cecile Drive and College Park Way intersection. The City has recently reviewed the design of this intersection, in response to changes to local bus routes and bus
types related to TransLink’s Evergreen Extension, and will be making some changes to the curb and road alignment. That work will include removing and replacing a section of curb on the east side of Cecile Drive to widen the intersection, and installing a 3-way stop to lower traffic speeds and improve turning movements, making it easier and safer for standard-size buses to make turns, particularly with oncoming traffic.

We expect that this work, along with the remaining utility improvements and landscaping, will continue through mid-December. Final paving of Glenayre Drive is also planned during this time, but paving work is weather dependent and may need to be postponed to the Spring. We will not be paving College Park Way as part of this project.

We sincerely appreciate the feedback we have received on this matter, and hope these changes will address the concerns. We apologize in advance for any disruption this work may cause.

Contact:
George MacDuff, Eng. L
Senior Project Engineer | City of Port Moody
604.469.4710 (t) | 604.469.4533 (f)
gmacduff@portmoody.ca

Please click here for project information

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Last updated: 18/07/2017 10:09:56 AM