Oakdale Transportation Network Update

We are proposing a revised transportation network for the Oakdale neighbourhood in order to shift the proposed collector route further south, eliminate the need for the Kemsley-Jefferson crossing and to create a transportation network that is more feasible to build, with less of an impact on the neighbourhood overall.

Because streets often form the boundary between two different land use designations, staff are considering some minor changes to the boundaries of the land use designations to match the revised street network.

Thank you to everyone who provided their feedback on the proposal for a revised transportation network for the Oakdale neighbourhood. We have summarized the feedback received in our What We Heard infographic.

Coquitlam Council approved the first review of the proposed changes on July 26, 2021. The next step in the process will be a Public Hearing on Sept. 27, 2021 where Oakdale residents or interested stakeholders may also provide comments.

How to get involved:

  • View the proposed revised transportation network in the documents tab
  • Provide comments at the Public Hearing on Sept. 27, 2021
  • Contact City staff with questions or feedback at devinfo@coquitlam.ca or 604-927-3430.

Stay Informed
To receive updates on this project, click on the Subscribe button at the top of this page.


We are proposing a revised transportation network for the Oakdale neighbourhood in order to shift the proposed collector route further south, eliminate the need for the Kemsley-Jefferson crossing and to create a transportation network that is more feasible to build, with less of an impact on the neighbourhood overall.

Because streets often form the boundary between two different land use designations, staff are considering some minor changes to the boundaries of the land use designations to match the revised street network.

Thank you to everyone who provided their feedback on the proposal for a revised transportation network for the Oakdale neighbourhood. We have summarized the feedback received in our What We Heard infographic.

Coquitlam Council approved the first review of the proposed changes on July 26, 2021. The next step in the process will be a Public Hearing on Sept. 27, 2021 where Oakdale residents or interested stakeholders may also provide comments.

How to get involved:

  • View the proposed revised transportation network in the documents tab
  • Provide comments at the Public Hearing on Sept. 27, 2021
  • Contact City staff with questions or feedback at devinfo@coquitlam.ca or 604-927-3430.

Stay Informed
To receive updates on this project, click on the Subscribe button at the top of this page.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The Oakdale Transportation Network Update includes improvements to planned streets, lanes, and greenways and will guide development considerations over the next 25 years. The update is intended to create a transportation network that is more feasible to build, with less of an impact on the neighbourhood overall. As an important part of our community, you are vital to this neighbourhood planning process.

    Tell us what you think

    This survey provides you with the opportunity to evaluate and provide input on the revised transportation network for the Oakdale neighbourhood. Your feedback will be analyzed and used to further refine the revised transportation network. This information will be presented to Council for consideration in the summer. 

    More information, including background documents, is available in the “documents” tab on the project webpage

    Thank you for taking the time to answer a few questions. This survey should take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete.

    Privacy Statement 
    Personal information is collected for the City of Coquitlam by Bang the Table Pty Ltd. pursuant to Section 26 of the British Columbia Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 165 and is used for the purposes of providing you access to the engagement tools within the website and receiving your feedback on specific campaigns and issues. Screen names (user name) feedback and images submitted may be made publicly available as part of the public consultation process. Questions regarding this collection of information can be directed to the City’s Corporate Communications Division by email at kvincent@coquitlam.ca or mail at 3000 Guildford Way, Coquitlam, B.C. V3B 7N2.

    Survey Now Closed