Translink has experienced a significant increase in developments, subsequently communities are densifying especially the ones that are transit oriented. Look for the map link below.
After receiving approval from the Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA), a group of entrepreneurs’ plan to base an ultra-low-cost airline in Vancouver is one step closer to becoming reality.
If you plan on being near Canada Place or Ballantyne Pier on Saturday, you may want to leave home a little earlier than usual.
A lot of people use transit in Metro Vancouver every day. How many? Well, 418,000 people take TransLink transit every day!
Google Canada has some great news for transit riders in Vancouver: Google Maps has live departure times now.
Icelandair is coming to YVR Airport to provide twice-weekly, non-stop service between Vancouver, Reykjavik and 20 other European destinations.
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.