Transportation Planning

Transportation Options

Learn about the many accessible and sustainable ways to travel around Coquitlam.

Public Transit

Coquitlam is served by various transit routes including the 97 B-line and West Coast Express commuter rail. In partnership with TransLink, the City promotes convenient, comfortable and efficient public transit service for people of all ages and abilities.


The City of Coquitlam has developed various ongoing programs to improve the safety and environment for pedestrians.


Several cycling routes have been built including Alderson Avenue, Rochester Avenue, Westview-Whiting, Guildford Way, and Chilko Drive.


The street network is a critical component of the City’s transportation, not only for supporting automobile traffic, but also walking, cycling, transit and goods movement.

Trucks & Goods

The efficient movement of goods and services is critical to the economic development and long-term prosperity of the City. Trucks travelling within the City of Coquitlam are required to follow Federal, Provincial and municipal government regulation.


There are two international airports located conveniently close to Coquitlam. Vancouver International Airport and Abbotsford International Airport.