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More BC Parkway renovations are complete!

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New wayfinding signs along BC Parkway show the distance to your destination!

It’s update time!

More BC Parkway renovations have been completed!

Here’s a quick look at what’s been improved:

  • Wayfinding signs along the whole 26 kilometre length that include destinations and distances
  • Lighting, crossing safety and accessibility improvements in key areas
  • Pavement rehabilitation of approximately 2.6 kilometres in particularly rough segments

BC Parkway is an important facility for pedestrians, cyclists and wheelchair users in the region.

The path connects Surrey City Centre, New Westminster, South Burnaby and Vancouver and provides a facility for walking and wheeling around the area.

Continual improvements to the facility help keep the parkway in good condition and increase the safety and accessibility of the path while allowing users to get around with greater ease.

Make sure to read our past BC Parkway posts to see the progress with these improvements. See you on the parkway!

Author: Laura Tennant


  • By Adam, December 9, 2015 @ 5:01 pm

    Has a bike path from Coquitlam Station to Braid Station ever been considered? Maybe beside the rail line?

  • By Laura Tennant, December 10, 2015 @ 3:40 pm

    Hi Adam, I’ll look into this and get back to you!

  • By Laura Tennant, December 11, 2015 @ 2:10 pm

    Hi Adam, I asked the experts about your question and was told that a bike path in this area would be under municipal jurisdiction. So it might be worth checking with the city of Coquitlam to see if any bike paths are in the works in this area!

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