123 Avenue Road Safety Improvements (Laity St to 216 St)

The City of Maple Ridge plans to complete road upgrades on 123 Avenue between Laity Street to 216 Street to address resident concerns regarding urbanization and safety along this corridor.

Project Description

The 123 Avenue roadway between Laity Street and 216 Street is a collector road in a residential neighbourhood that acts as an east-west corridor for traffic in the neighbourhood. The roadway also provides pedestrian access to nearby elementary and secondary schools. The road requires upgrades to meet current standards for designated cycle routes that connect to schools, parks and commercial areas. This project will provide All Ages and Abilities (AAA) cycling facilities and support the Regional Cycling Strategy in increasing cycling mode share.

The project objectives include:

  • Improving multi-modal facilities along the 123 Avenue corridor
  • Improving connectivity and functionality of the City’s transportation network
  • Improving curb, gutter and sidewalks 
  • Installing new storm sewer and replacing existing storm sewer that is nearing end of life

Open House

An open house was held on November 16, 2022 from 4 to 8 pm. City staff and the design consultants presented the proposed design and were available to answer questions. View the presentation boards from the open house.

Past Open Houses

Open houses have been held in the past for the section of 123 Avenue between 203 Street and Laity Street. You can view the information presented at those open houses below. Please note, the section of 123 Avenue between 203 Street and Laity Street is not part of the current project scope, but is included here for information.

Open House March 9, 2016
Open House March 10, 2016
Open House August 1, 2017 (1 of 2)
Open House August 1, 2017 (2 of 2)


For more information, please call the project manager, Jason Bomans, at 604-467-7349.