With 1 million new residents expected, we need to build a better transit and transportation system.
Learn about the Mayors’ Plan to keep Metro Vancouver moving

Benefits for your Region

The Mayors’ Plan will improve and expand our transit and transportation system. These investments are essential to protecting our environment, strengthening our economy, and improving our health and quality of life.

  • Maintain and upgrade the region’s major roads
  • Increase service on the Expo Line, Millennium Line, Canada Line, West Coast Express, SeaBus, HandyDART, and NightBus
  • Add 25% more bus service + 11 new B-Line Rapid Bus routes
  • Build a new Pattullo Bridge
  • Build Light Rail Transit in Surrey and Langley
  • Build the Broadway Subway
  • Expand the region’s pedestrian and cycling networks
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South of Fraser communities are growing fast, with 500,000 new residents expected in the next 30 years. We need a transit and transportation system that will keep these communities moving.

  • Maintain and upgrade major roads
  • Light Rail Transit connecting Surrey City Centre, Guildford, Newton, Fleetwood, Clayton, and Langley
  • A new Pattullo Bridge
  • 50% more Expo Line service, 33% more Canada Line service, and doubling Millennium Line service
  • New B-Line Rapid Bus routes in Surrey and Langley
  • More frequent and less crowded buses
  • New bus service to growing communities
  • 30% more HandyDART service
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Vancouver will welcome 170,000 new residents and 130,000 new jobs in the next 30 years. We need a transit and transportation system that will keep this region moving.

  • Maintain and upgrade major roads
  • Build the Broadway Subway
  • 50% more service on the Expo Line, 33% more service on the Canada Line, and doubling service on the Millennium Line
  • New B-Line Rapid Bus routes on Hastings Street, Commercial Drive, 41st Avenue, 49th Avenue, and to the North Shore
  • More frequent and less crowded buses
  • 30% more HandyDART service
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North Shore communities will welcome 65,000 new residents and 45,000 new jobs in the next 30 years. We need a transit and transportation system that will keep these communities moving.

  • Maintain and upgrade major roads
  • 50% more SeaBus service
  • New B-Line Rapid Bus routes across the North Shore, to Downtown Vancouver, and to Metrotown
  • Upgrade and expand Lonsdale Quay and Phibbs Exchange
  • More frequent and less crowded buses
  • 30% more HandyDART service
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The Tri-Cities and Ridge Meadows will welcome 200,000 new residents and 100,000 new jobs in the next 30 years. We need a transit and transportation system that will keep these communities moving.

  • Maintain and upgrade major roads
  • 27% more West Coast Express service and doubling Millennium Line service
  • New B-Line Rapid Bus routes connecting Maple Ridge to Coquitlam and Pitt Meadows to Langley
  • More frequent and less crowded buses
  • New bus service to growing communities
  • 30% more HandyDART service
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Richmond will welcome more than 75,000 new residents and 40,000 new jobs in the next 30 years. We need a transit and transportation system that will keep the community moving.

  • Maintain and upgrade major roads
  • 33% more Canada Line service
  • New B-Line Rapid Bus route from Richmond to Metrotown
  • More frequent and less crowded buses
  • 30% more HandyDART service
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Burnaby and New Westminster will welcome 170,000 new residents and 110,000 new jobs in the next 30 years. We need a transit and transportation system that will keep these communities moving.

  • Maintain and upgrade major roads
  • Replace the Pattullo Bridge
  • 50% more Expo Line service and doubling Millennium Line service
  • New B-Line Rapid Bus Routes to Downtown Vancouver, North Shore, and Richmond
  • More frequent and less crowded buses
  • 30% more HandyDART service
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May 30, 2015
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