It was disappointing not to say depressing to listen to Port Moody Council last Thursday. Not realizing perhaps that John Peller, a member of one of the City’s most historic families was in the room, a majority of Councillors repeatedly suggested that the genuine interest for an Evergreen station in West Port Moody was a [...]
One definition of lunacy is doing the same thing over and expecting a different result. By this definition, current planning for the Evergreen Line is starting to look more and more deranged, and the poor taxpayer could be looking at a repeat of the costly planning mistakes made with some of the earlier SkyTrain designs.
Third Evergreen station & Murray-Clarke connector are crucial, says committee…
A copy of a letter to Shirley Bond, B.C.’s minister of transportation and infrastructure:
I represent the Port Moody Western Station Committee, an organization comprised of a diverse range of more than 50 local residents, property owners and business operators working collaboratively on a volunteer basis [...]
A few years ago I became familiar with a 2005 Port Moody report, “Moody Centre Commercial Market Assessment and Revitalization Strategy Gap Analysis”.
The objective of this report was to provide an overview of the market position and redevelopment strategy for the retail component of the Moody Centre Commercial District, “…a relatively large and mature commercial [...]
Friday, November 13, 2009 - Evergreen needs one more stop, group says
By the numbers, Port Moody needs a third station for the Evergreen Line.
So says a grassroots group in Moody Centre, which is pushing government officials at various levels for a western stop on the proposed rapid-transit line for the Tri-Cities.
The Port Moody Western Station [...]
Which comes first, a third PoMo Evergreen station or density?
By Sarah Payne - The Tri-City News
Published: May 28, 2009 4:00 PM
Members of the Port Moody Western Station Committee packed Tuesday’s council meeting to plead for a third Evergreen Line station, and the west-end density needed to support it.
Of the six stops currently planned for the line [...]
Here is latest media coverage from the past 2 days:
Proponents of extra Evergreen Line station to visit Port Moody council
Third station needed
A third Evergreen Line station in Port Moody is crucial
Port Moody’s Old Town Future is in our hands - by Robert Simons (Reproduced from NewPort Village Voice)
After waiting for 15 plus years - Port Moody businesses and citizens will begin the serious dialogue on plans and final engineering of long awaited transportation infrastructures; notable Evergreen Line and the Murray Clarke connector.
A golden opportunity presents itself [...]
Port Moody council will weigh in on OCP - By Sarah Payne - The Tri-City News
May 14, 2009 3:00 PM - For the past year and a half, Port Moody staff have been hammering out a new official community plan that will guide the city’s development over the next five years.
Now, it’s council’s turn to [...]
Port Moody group wants more SkyTrain stations - Jennifer Mcfee
Coquitlam NOW - Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Two is not enough.
That’s the message from a group of Port Moody residents and merchants who hope to see three SkyTrain stations pop up in the city along the Evergreen Line.
Currently, two stations are planned in Port Moody along the 11-kilometre [...]
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