The City of Pitt Meadows is committed to meeting the transportation needs of a growing residential population and of a thriving business sector, both now and in the future. Easy access in and out of Pitt Meadows will support economic development and investment in local enterprise.  It will also enable residents to travel more easily around the region for education, health care and family needs.  An efficient, convenient and safe transportation system is essential to the movement of goods and people who provide services to our community.

The future of transportation in Pitt Meadows

From June 18 to July 13, 2018,  the City engaged with our residents and community members to provide feedback about your priorities for the future of transportation in the City of Pitt Meadows.   Learn more by downloading the Discussion Guide today and gain valuable information about the purpose of the engagement process.   What's next?  City staff will present an update to Council in later this fall based on feedback received to date.   Stay tuned! 


Have Your Say about Proposed Traffic Calming Measures for the Park Road Corridor

The City of Pitt Meadows is hosting a public consultation to discuss and review the proposed traffic calming measures for the Park Road corridor from Lougheed Highway to Harris Road.

When:            Wednesday October 10, 2018
Time:              5:00pm  to 7:00pm
Location:       Pitt Meadows Heritage Hall – Lower Hall (12460 Harris Rd, Pitt Meadows)

Two ways to provide feedback:

  1. Attend the meeting on October 10, 2018 and complete the survey.
  2. Check back at haveyoursaypittmeadows.ca for the online survey, which will be posted after the meeting on October 10, 2018.

How will your input be used?

The feedback received will be considered along with the technical information.  Feedback will be summarized later this fall in a report and brought before Pitt Meadows City Council.  

Learn more

Visit haveyoursaypittmeadows.ca.  Questions? Contact the City’s Engineering department at 604.465.2496.


Transportation Master Plan

The City's Transportation Master Plan provides guidance for City investments in transportation infrastructure and programs.  

Bus, Train & Sky Train

Looking to get around town?  Transit service in Pitt Meadows includes buses and West Coast Express service, with over 50 bus stops and one West Coast Express station. 

Pedestrian & Cycling Master Plan

This plan guides the City's investments into programs and infrastructure that will encourage people to walk and cycle more for work, school, leisure, and day-to-day business.

Roads

Looking for information on Highway (or Road) Use Permits?  Want to report an issue on Lougheed Hwy? What permits are required for road access?  Review our Street Sweeping Schedule, Snow Removal information and more.

Truck Routes

The Truck Route Map was created with the approval of TransLink and cooperation of the BC Trucking Association.  It was approved by Council in 2012 and remains in effect.

Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows Area Transportation Plan - Lougheed Highway B-Line

At the March 20, 2018 Council Meeting, TransLink presented a plan for transit through Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows, which includes a B-Line connecting Pitt Meadows to the rest of the region.  Learn more about Area Transportation Plan and what it means for Pitt Meadows.

Proposed Railway Overpass/Underpass

At the January 9th, 2018 Regular Council Meeting, the Gateway Transportation Collaboration Forum (GTCF) presented to Council the status of proposed projects affecting the Pitt Meadows community, including a Harris Road underpass and Kennedy Road overpass.  Learn more about the proposed projects and how they may impact Pitt Meadows.

Traffic Calming Program

Neighbourhood traffic issues such as high traffic volumes, shortcuts and speeding are a growing concern for many residents.   The City of Pitt Meadows is committed to providing safe and effective traffic management plans for its neighbourhoods and has chosen a comprehensive strategy to address neighbourhood traffic management through the implementation of a Traffic Calming Policy.

 

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