Sapperton Transportation Plan
The City of New Westminster is developing a transportation study for the Sapperton/Massey-Victory Heights neighbourhoods.

The project team would like to thank all the participants that attended the June and September open house events. A summary of what was heard will be posted shortly.

Please check back here for future updates on the Sapperton/Massey-Victory Heights Transportation Plan and next steps in the process.

Progress to date


The 2016 Transportation Team Work Plan required staff to develop the Sapperton Transportation Plan with a focus around safety and livability. The study area encompassed the Sapperton-McBride and Massey-Victory Heights neighbourhoods, with a three step approach:

  1. The Royal Columbian Hospital Transportation Impact Assessment (TIA)
  2. Other Sapperton developments servicing plan
  3. Neighbourhood transportation safety and livability plan

In October 2016, the project kicked off with the ‘listen and learn’ workshop held at the Sapperton Pensioners Hall with over 60 people in attendance. Valuable feedback was gathered, and has been collated in a Workshop #1 Summary Report. This information forms the basis for the future improvements that are identified within the study area.

On Saturday, April 8, 2017, Workshop #2 with the community was held to verify evaluation criteria, present findings from the analysis/ modelling, and review preliminary options being proposed by the consultants. This was coupled with an online survey which integrated feedback received at Workshop #2.

Two public open house events were held in June and September for residents to review and provide feedback on the recommended design based on feedback from the previous events. Staff are reviewing feedback received at the events and will consider refinements to the recommended plan.


Workshop 1 Summary Report

Workshop 1 boards

Council Report (March 6, 2017)

Workshop 2 Maps & Graphics

Workshop 2 Summary Report

June 2017 - Open House Panels

Sept 2017 - Open House Panels (revised)

Study area map