Getting here (and getting around while you’re here) is easy! Port Moody is only 35 minutes east of Vancouver, and about an hour north of the U.S. border. If you’re driving, check Google Maps for directions. If you’re taking public transit, see below for information on light rapid transit, bus, and commuter rail options.
SkyTrain is one of the longest automated, driverless, light rapid transit systems in the world. It’s an easy and convenient way to get around Metro Vancouver. The Expo Line and the Millennium Line’s Evergreen Extension connect downtown Vancouver with Coquitlam and Port Moody. Get off the train at Moody Centre or Inlet Centre, and you’re in the heart of Port Moody and ready to explore! Visit translink.ca for information on travel times, routes, schedules, and fares.
Bus - TransLink operates community shuttles and buses that travel within Port Moody, and between Port Moody and neighbouring cities. There is a bus exchange at Moody Centre Station for easy connections to SkyTrain. Visit translink.ca to plan your trip. Translink has now added a Night Bus service that starts a 2am and runs until standard services start around 5am.
Westcoast Express is a Monday-to-Friday commuter rail service operating during peak morning and late afternoon periods between Vancouver and Mission. Trains go only one way in the morning (westbound to Vancouver) and one way in the afternoon (eastbound to Port Moody and beyond). You can board in Port Moody at Moody Centre Station. Visit translink.ca to plan your trip.
Many of Port Moody’s shops, services, and civic facilities, as well as Rocky Point Park and the Shoreline Trail, are within walking distance of a SkyTrain station. From Moody Centre Station, head to Queen Street Plaza (13 min), Rocky Point Park (10 min), Shoreline Trail (16 min), Kyle Centre (13 min), and St. Johns (8 min) or Clarke Street (12 min) shops. From Inlet Centre, head to St. Johns Street shops (8 min), Suter Brook Village (5 min), Newport Village (10 min), Heritage Mountain Shoppers Village (11 min), City Hall/Inlet Theatre/Port Moody Public Library (10 min), and the Recreation Complex (12 min).
Port Moody has a number of on- and off-road bicycle paths. Click here to view local area and regional cycling maps.
Have a flat, or need to adjust your brakes? There is a bicycle service station near the parking lot at Rocky Point Park. The “Fixit” has all the tools necessary to perform basic bike repairs and maintenance. Hang your bike from the hanger arms, and the pedals and wheels will spin freely to allow you to make your adjustments.
Dockless bike sharing is available in Port Moody through a non-exclusive agreement with service provider U-bicycle. View a map showing where the U-bicycle stations are located.
New to cycling in Metro Vancouver? HUB Cycling has some great resources.
Car sharing with Modo
Interested in car sharing while you’re here? If you are a Modo member, or decide to register with Modo during your stay, Port Moody has five Modo locations to choose from: Newport Drive (Newport Village), Capilano Road (Suter Brook Village), Klahanie Drive (two locations), and Spring Street (Moody Centre SkyTrain Station.) Visit modo.coop to view a map and learn more.
Electric vehicle charging stations
If you need to charge your electric car, head to one of Port Moody’s ChargePoint electric vehicle charging stations, conveniently located at Rocky Point Park (2800 block of Murray Street), Port Moody Recreation Complex (300 Ioco Road), Kyle Centre (125 Kyle Street), Civic Centre (100 Newport Drive, in the underground parking garage), and Old Orchard Hall (646 Bentley Road).