The City of Port Moody is committed to enhancing the well-being of both pedestrians and motorists in Suter Brook Village. After listening to residents’ concerns about traffic and public space issues in Suter Brook Village, City staff prepared the Suter Brook Village Traffic and Public Space Implementation Plan, which was presented to City Council in December 2019. The implementation plan included traffic-related improvements such as new loading zone designations on Morrissey Road and a one-way traffic pilot for Brew Street between Morrissey Road and Capilano Road.

The new loading zone designations were implemented in June 2021, though the implementation of the one-way traffic pilot was delayed amid overlapping challenges of the pandemic, materials shortages, and inclement weather.

During that delay, City staff gathered more feedback from the community and collaborated with the developer of Suter Brook Village on an updated traffic management plan to include more measures that prioritize pedestrians and slow vehicle traffic. The Suter Brook Village Traffic Calming Plan was presented to City Council in May 2022. The updated 2022 plan includes additional measures such as installation of curb extensions, raised intersections, crosswalks, and improved lighting, which will be carried out by the developer, Onni. We anticipate these works will be completed before the fall of 2023.

Brew Street one-way pilot

In February 2023, Brew Street switched to one-way traffic as part of a pilot program for a proposed traffic calming plan. The pilot is expected to last approximately three months.

The map below shows changes to Brew Street, including the one-way direction and existing loading zones. 

suter brook one-way map

Impact to you

  • Brew Street is one way between Morrissey Street to Capilano Road, in the direction shown on the map
  • large planters have been placed on the road to discourage wrong-way driving
  • this change will not impact parking availability or driveway access for residents.


We would appreciate your input on the one-way pilot project. Please take a few moments to fill out our feedback form and share your thoughts with us.


If you have questions or feedback on the Brew Street one-way pilot or the overall traffic safety plan, please contact our engineering staff: