Sustained growth in Metro Vancouver continues to impact the region in a variety of ways, including transportation, congestion, and affordability.
So what steps can we take to plan a future for the region that improves the lives of Vancouverites?
TransLink, as the regional transportation authority responsible for the planning, development, and operation of Metro Vancouver’s transportation network, is in the process of developing a new 30-year regional transportation strategy that would provide the framework to guide decisions around transportation and development for the next 30 years.
For the first time in over 25 years, TransLink is launching a public consultation process to receive input critical to developing the future network of the region.
Public consultation on the new plan – called Transport 2050, will be open until September 2019.
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