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Updated Central Valley Greenway maps are now available

A quick note to let you know that an updated Central Valley Greenway map is now available!

Since the Greenway made its official debut in June 2009, the 24-km walking and cycling route through Vancouver, New Westminster, and Burnaby has undergone a number of minor changes. So the new map now features updated construction zones, completed route sections, and correction of minor errors.

You can get the new map online from’s Central Valley Greenway page or our Cycling Maps page.

For a physical copy, you have a choice of several locations, including:

  • Your local municipalities
  • Local libraries and community centres
  • TransLink head office (Metrotower II near Metrotown Station, 1600 – 4720 Kingsway, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.)
  • FareDealer head office (Metrotower I near Metrotown Station, Ground Floor – Main Lobby, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.)

Also, bulk orders for your workplace, events, or other uses can be accommodated depending on the number required. To place a bulk order, please contact TransLink’s TravelSmart department at 604-216-3299 or at

And as always, check out some past Buzzer posts on the Central Valley Greenway, including a no-sweat tour of the route, and an update from our planning team on the genesis of the Greenway and its future road ahead.


  • By Jacob, January 6, 2011 @ 7:13 pm

    I went to translink’s headquarters at metrotown, and I went to the metrotown library, but they both said that they don’t have the new ones yet. They gave me a June 2009 one instead.

  • By Jhenifer Pabillano - Buzzer Editor, January 7, 2011 @ 9:48 am

    Jacob: I’m not sure what happened there — I have the new map right on my desk! I’ll pass this on to the map folks and hopefully it will be corrected. Also, so you don’t have to run around again, just send your address to and I can mail the map to you.

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