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Tri-Cities Chamber town hall focuses on future of Coquitlam’s transportation network

(TRI-CITIES) August 31, 2023 — How do traffic flow, pedestrian access, bike/micro-mobility lanes and parking affect your business? The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce recently hosted an online Town Hall meeting on the City of Coquitlam's Strategic Transportation Plan, to address these issues and more.

"Coquitlam is growing. We need to ensure our roads, lanes, public transit, bikepaths, and pedestrian routes will keep residents, visitors, and commerce moving," said Leslie Courchesne, CEO, Tri-Cities Chamber. "Our Chamber is pleased to convene business, community, and decision-makers on important topics such as this, to ensure we work together to advance local prosperity and a thriving region."

The City of Coquitlam's Strategic Transportation Plan will guide the priorities for the City’s transportation network over the next 25 to 30 years.

The video recording of the event is now available for view. With comments from Coquitlam Mayor Richard Stewart, the presentation by Doug McLeod, Director, Transportation, and Glen Chua, Transportation Planning Specialist, City of Coquitlam gives an overview of the project and the proposed vision, goals and key themes of the City’s future transportation network.


Since 1971, the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce has been the largest business association serving Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Anmore, and Belcarra, now representing 1,000+ organizations from every sector. The Chamber works to foster economic development, provide connections and benefits, and influence public policy at all levels of government to ensure strong business and strong communities. The Tri-Cities Chamber is an active member of the BC and Canadian Chambers of Commerce.

For more information, contact:
Leslie Courchesne, Chief Executive Officer
Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce

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