Port Coquitlam Transit Centre

Port Coquitlam Transit Centre, opened in August 1978, also known as “PTC”, “PCT”, or “PCTC”, is located at 2061 Kingsway Avenue, Port Coquitlam BC.
PCTC was the first facility in Metro Vancouver capable of servicing CNG vehicles.
In June 1991, PCTC became the first transit centre in the history of Metro Vancouver transit to operate and store articulated buses.
PCTC serves various routes in Anmore, Belcarra, Coquitlam, Maple Ridge, Mission, Port Coquitlam, Pitt Meadows, Port Moody, as well as parts of Burnaby, New Westminster and Vancouver using 40 ft Diesel, CNG and 60 ft Diesel along with Community Shuttle Buses.

Property Rep:
Sam Hajizadeh
ptcpr@unifor111.com

Chief Job Steward:
Steve Bajwa
ptccjs@unifor111.com

Safety Reps (Conventional):
Nelson McCabe
Steve Bajwa
Kevin Daine
Andy Johnson
Chris Gordon
Jason Carruthers
Steve Dudley

Safety Reps (CTS):
Heather McGown
Bernie Schmidt

Sign-Up Reps (Conventional):
Richard Wise
John Comeau
Kathryn Dekort

Sign-Up Reps (CTS):
Gary Jose
Bernie Schmidt
Heather McGown

Care Committee:
Lori Jackart

Human Rights:
TBA

Mental Health Rep:
Tara Anderson

Young Workers Committee:
Scott Kingston
Heather McGown

Unifor Canada Council Delegate:
Nelson McCabe
Steve Bajwa

Sheet and Service Review Reps (Conventional):
Richard Wise
John Comeau
Kathryn Dekort
Richard Bailey
John West
Sevak Arzoumanian

Sheet and Service Review Reps (CTS):
Gary Jose
Heather McGown

Spareboard Reps:
Richard Bailey
Dave Stuive

Accident Adjudicators:
Matt Maisonneuve
Winston Ledoux

AMP Reps:
Jason Carruthers
Sam Hajizadeh

Environment Committee:
Steve Dudley

VIW Rep:
Andy Johnson

Womens Advocate:
Agata Matyszczuk

Womens Committee:
TBA

Unifor BC Regional Council Delegate:
Nelson McCabe
Steve Bajwa

BC Fed Labour Delegate:
Steve Bajwa
Kevin Daine