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We’re updating TransPort Moody, our Master Transportation Plan (MTP), to include a core set of actions that will help the City achieve targets set out in our Climate Action Plan as well as targets set by the Province for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. As part of Phase 2 public engagement, we’re seeking your input on five proposed Big Moves – transportation-related actions – that are designed to address the gap between where we are and where we want to be. 

Your feedback, along with technical information and advice provided by subject-matter experts, will inform the refinement of the proposed Big Moves before the recommended MTP Climate Action Update is presented to City Council for their review and endorsement in fall 2024.

Here’s how you can get involved:

  • visit our public engagement hub, Engage Port Moody, to learn about the process to date and the proposed Big Moves;
  • attend our information session on Thursday, June 27, in person at the Civic Centre (100 Newport Drive) between 5pm and 7pm – join us for a brief presentation starting at 5:30pm in the Inlet Theatre, review information boards in the Galleria, and ask questions; and
  • fill out our community survey online at by July 14, 2024.

If you prefer to fill out the survey on paper, you can request a copy at City Hall (100 Newport Drive) during regular business hours, or at the information session on June 27. Your paper survey must be returned to City Hall by July 12, 2024. 

During Phase 1 public and targeted stakeholder engagement, conducted between February and April 2022, we asked for ideas on actions we could take and what strategies we should prioritize to meet Port Moody’s climate targets and transportation vision. This input resulted in an initial 28 Big Move ideas. Using a globally accepted framework for developing sustainable transportation plans, we refined this list down to five proposed Big Moves to be included in the MTP Climate Action Update. 

See our TransPort Moody Climate Action Update project page for more information on this process, and for complete details on each proposed Big Move. The Big Moves are intended to manage demand for transportation, reduce vehicle travel, and help Port Moody make significant and measurable progress towards achieving the targets of our Climate Action Plan. Each Big Move can also help to achieve community benefits such as noise reduction, increased green space, and healthier lifestyles.