Pipeline Road Design Project

The City of Coquitlam is seeking public input for future improvements to Pipeline Road between Guildford Way and David Avenue. Pipeline Road is an arterial street serving Coquitlam City Centre and connecting to Northeast Coquitlam.


  • Initial consultation - May 2017
  • Street options and evaluation criteria - fall 2017
  • Preferred design option selection - winter 2018
  • Detailed design – 2020
  • 2021: anticipated timing of installation of a large water main along the west side of Pipeline Road, from David Avenue to Guildford Way, by Metro Vancouver.
  • 2022: roadway improvements along Pipeline Road from David to Guildford, following the Metro Vancouver project.

Phase 1 - May 2017

The first phase of the consultation provided information on the guiding principles for the project and asked the public for input on what is important for consideration of the street design. Public Information Sessions for the first phase in the design process were held on May 24 and May 27 2017.

Council-in-Committee received a summary report from City staff on October 2, 2017, on the results of the Phase 1 public consultation. The report can be downloaded in the link below.

Phase 2 - November 2017

The second phase provided information to develop street concepts and their evaluation criteria. To read the information boards from that session, click below.

Council-in-Committee received a report summarizing the second phase of feedback on February 26, 2018. 

Phase 3 - June 2018


Those interested in updates about the ongoing consultation and planning for Pipeline Road are invited to sign up for Pipeline Road Email Updates or follow the City’s social media channels, including Facebook and Twitter for news and information.