With 1 million new residents expected, we need to build a better transit and transportation system.
Vote ‘Yes’ 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.
  • Add 25% more bus service + 11 new rapid bus routes
  • Increase service on SkyTrain, Canada Line, Westcoast Express, SeaBus, HandyDART and NightBus service
  • Maintain and upgrade the region’s major roads
  • Build a new Pattullo Bridge
  • Build Light Rail Transit (LRT) for Surrey and Langley
  • Build the Broadway Subway
  • Expand the region’s cycling and pedestrian walkway networks
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South of Fraser communities are growing fast, with 490,000 new residents expected in the next 30 years. We need a transit and transportation system that will keep this these communities moving.
  • LRT connecting Surrey City Centre, Guildford, Newton, Fleetwood, Clayton and Langley
  • Increase service on SkyTrain, Canada Line, Westcoast Express, SeaBus, HandyDART and NightBus service
  • A new Pattullo Bridge
  • New and expanded fast, frequent, all-day rapid buses in Surrey and Langley
  • Improved bottlenecks and better connections on majors roads
  • More buses, and new and expanded service to new and growing communities
  • Less crowding, less waiting and more room for more people on SkyTrain
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Hundreds of thousands of people residing in Vancouver use our transit to get between work, school and home. Our city depends on our transportation network to efficiently move goods and provide services.
  • Building the Broadway Subway
  • New B-Line Rapid Bus Service
  • Supporting Cycling and Walking
  • Upgrading SkyTrain and West Coast Express
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Over the next 30 years, the North Shore is expected to welcome 65,000 new residents and create 45,000 new jobs. We need a transit and transportation system that will keep this region moving.
  • 50% More SeaBus Service
  • Upgrading Roads
  • New B-Line Rapid Bus Service
  • Upgrading Bus Exchanges
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Tri-Cities / Ridge Meadows communities are expected to welcome over 200,000 new residents in the next 30 years. We need a transit and transportation system that will keep this region moving.
  • 27% More West Coast Express Service
  • New B-Line Rapid Bus Service, connecting Coquitlam to Maple Ridge and Langley to Pitt Meadows and Coquitlam
  • More reliable and more frequent bus service
  • Millions to upgrade roads and relieve congestion
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Richmond is growing. That means facing transit and transportation challenges, including traffic congestion, long and unreliable commute times, air pollution and transit capacity issues. We need to take action to build the system we need today and tomorrow.
  • 50% More Canada Line Service
  • New B-Line Rapid Bus Routes
  • Upgrading Roads
  • More Reliable and Frequent Bus Service
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Burnaby and New Westminster are growing. That means facing transit and transportation challenges. Congestion pollutes the air we breathe, damages our economy, steals family time and hurts our health. We need to take action today.
  • Replacing the Pattullo Bridge
  • Doubling Peak SkyTrain Capacity
  • New B-Line Rapid Bus Service
  • Upgrading Roads
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