Development around the main transit hub in Port Moody, B.C., has become a hot election issue as mayoral candidates consider what to build — or not to build — in the area.
Moody Centre Station has been a commuter rail stop since 1995, and a new SkyTrain station opened in December 2016.
It’s also a bus loop, and the Park and Ride lot takes up most of the land in front of the station. Low-rise commercial and industrial buildings are scattered nearby, some of which are vacant.
The question is what to build on a nine-hectare section of underutilized land in the area. But city council has been divided on development issues, and
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