Progressive Railroading

Newsletter Sign Up
Stay updated on news, articles and information for the rail industry

All fields are required.

Rail News Home Rail Industry Trends


Rail News: Rail Industry Trends

CPR to lease space in Port Moody public safety building for railway police

Canadian Pacific Railway recently agreed to lease 4,000 square feet in a soon-to-be refurbished public safety building in Port Moody, British Columbia, to house the Canadian Pacific Railway Police. Effective Nov. 1, 2007, the lease is subject to term negotiations.

"The city was once the western terminus for CPR," said CPR Police Chief Gerry Moody in a prepared statement. "This partnership between Port Moody and CPR police represents a continuation of the important role CPR has played in Port Moody history."

In fall, the city will begin expanding and renovating the public safety building, which was built in 1986.

"The lease agreement with CPR provides revenue for the city until that space is required for city needs," said Port Moody Chief Constable Paul Shrive.

Contact Progressive Railroading editorial staff.

More News from 5/13/2004