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Port Moody Announced Its Schedule For Their FREE Shuttle Service This Summer

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Port Moody has announced its schedule for the free summer shuttle the city will be providing.

Starting from June 1st up until September 3rd 2018, the bus will be available to locals and tourists on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.


The Port Moody shuttle will run on Fridays from 4PM to midnight, Saturdays 1PM to midnight, and Sundays 1PM to 10PM.

The Shoreline shuttle bus will travel in a one-way loop, leaving Rocky Point Park about every 30 minutes during operating hours.

The hours will be adjusted for holidays such as Canada Day, B.C. Day, Labour Day, and special events such as RibFest, and the Golden Spike Days Festival.

The Port Moody shuttle will be connecting Inlet Centre, Rocky Point Park, and Moody Centre. It will be stopping near popular destinations such as the Recreation Complex, Public Library, Eagle Ridge Hospital, Inlet Park, and the Port Moody Arts Centre.

The Shoreline shuttle also provides access to business areas. This includes Clarke Street, St. Johns Street, Suter Brook Village, Newport Village, and Heritage Mountain Shoppers Village.

Port Moody Shuttle Schedule

The shuttle will be stopping at the following locations:

  1. Rocky Point Park – 2800 block Murray Street
  2. Kyle Street – St. Johns Street at Kyle Street
  3. Clarke/Douglas – Clarke Street at Douglas Street
  4. Moody Street – St. Johns Street at Moody Street
  5. Williams Street – St. Johns Street at Williams Street
  6. Buller Street – St. Johns Street at Buller Street
  7. Moray Street – St. Johns Street at Moray Street
  8. Suter Brook Way – Ioco Road at Suter Brook Way
  9. Recreation Complex/Civic Centre – Knowle Street
  10. Eagle Ridge Hospital – Ungless Way at Newport Drive
  11. Guildford/Balmoral – Guildford Way at Balmoral Drive
  12. Klahanie – Murray Drive at Klahanie Drive East
  13. Inlet Park – Murray Street at Electronic Avenue

The shuttle service is a pilot program, and is funded by the city municipality. It’s free to the public, and each shuttle is able to hold about 20 people plus 16 two passengers in wheelchairs.


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