Every day, people drive trucks, drive cars or take buses over bridges in Metro Vancouver – and every day, 200,000 crossings happen over the Fraser River on TransLink bridges!
The Canadian Pacific Railway (CP Rail) has indicated that trains could once again run on the Arbutus Corridor, a 11 km long rail corridor that was deactivated in 2001.
Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson used his speech at the Urban Land Institute of BC earlier today to outline the importance of a Broadway Subway for both Vancouver and the region.
TransLink is providing Metro Vancouver’s municipalities with $45 million to maintain and upgrade roads that fall under the regional Major Road Network (MRN) designation.
HUB Bike to Work Week hits Vancouver from May 26 to June 1, 2014, and registration and preparations are well underway for an energizing event week.
Ask any driver in B.C. and they’ll have an opinion on the worst road you could possibly drive on.
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News1130 is reporting that a date for when TransLink’s new Compass Cards will be made available to the general public has not been set, as they will instead be “phased […]