The City of Port Moody’s Murray Street Upgrades Project will improve driver, cyclist, and pedestrian safety while also making it more comfortable and convenient for people to use sustainable methods of transportation. Construction work begins in September 2019 and is expected to be completed in May 2020.

Impact to you

  • Traffic – There will be disruptions to traffic along Murray Street, including times when traffic may be reduced to a single lane in alternating directions. The City will work to maintain two-way traffic during rush hour.
  • Parking - There will be restrictions to parking along Murray Street in areas around construction.
  • Access to businesses and Rocky Point Park – Access to businesses and Rocky Point Park will be maintained. 
  • Water service - 72 hours advance notice will be provided when properties will be impacted by the transfer to the new watermain.

For detailed traffic updates, please check Roadwork and Construction, or subscribe to this page for alerts. We are working to minimize the impact of this project on residents, businesses, and commuters in the area.

Project details

The Murray Street Bike Path Extension, from Electronic Ave. to Hugh St., was completed in March 2019. The Murray Street Transportation Upgrade project continues the upgrades on Murray St. west of Hugh St.

Improvements include:

  • a new traffic signal on Moody Street at Murray Street intersection;
  • traffic signals with co-ordinated, pedestrian-activated crossings near the Moody Street Overpass and at the east entrance to the Rocky Point Park parking lot;
  • a new multi-use path for pedestrians and cyclists along the south side of the 2700 block of Murray Street;
  • a new multi-use path for pedestrians and cyclists along the north side of the 2800 block of Murray Street, adjacent to Rocky Point Park;
  • modifying the layout and access of the Rocky Point Park parking lot; 
  • improving the landscaping features around the Port Moody Station Museum; and
  • replacing an aging watermain along Murray Street.
View the display boards from the information session on May 16, 2019.

This project, jointly funded by the City and TransLink, is one of the projects identified in TransPort Moody, the City’s master transportation plan. The federal Gas Tax Fund also contributed to this project.

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The construction zone starts at the 3000-block of Murray Street (at Electronic Avenue) and ends in the 2500-block of Columbia Street (near the Flavelle Sawmill). View maps of the 2700 - 2800 block of Murray Street.


  • September 2019 – watermain replacement begins
  • November 2019 – transportation improvements begins
  • May 2020 – project complete

Work hours

7am-8pm Monday through Saturday
No work on Sundays or statutory holidays


Senior Project Engineer, Project Delivery Services