Mayors’ Council submits Advertising Sponsor Disclosure Report to Elections BC

The Mayors’ Council on Regional Transportation has submitted its Advertising Sponsor Disclosure Report to Elections BC (see Annex 1) which details the expenses that the Mayors’ Council incurred to deliver its “Cure Congestion” campaign during the 2017 Provincial Election. The Cure Congestion campaign aimed to educate the region’s voters about the 10-Year Vision for Metro Vancouver Transit and Transportation and … Read More

Metro Vancouver needs provincial decisions quickly on transit funding

The Prime Minister’s announcement in Montreal today show this region is falling behind in race for federal transit funding June 15, 2017 The Mayors’ Council on Regional Transportation today called on the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia to confirm a new government quickly, so that the Province of B.C. can get to work on the region’s transit and transportation priorities. … Read More

90-Day Action Plan to #CureCongestion

90-Day Action Plan to #CureCongestion May 29, 2017 The Mayors’ Council on Regional Transportation and the TransLink Board joined forces today to send a 90-Day Action Plan for Metro Vancouver Transportation to all parties and all newly elected MLAs in the region. The 90-Day Action Plan calls on the new provincial government to be ready to make quick decisions over … Read More

Mayors Council message to voters May 5

May 5, 2017 A message from the Mayors’ Council to Metro Vancouver voters With the provincial election just days away, we want to thank everyone who has supported, participated in and responded to our #CureCongestion campaign. We appreciate the opportunity to share our priorities for the future of Metro Vancouver transportation and to hear your ideas and concerns. On May … Read More

#CURECONGESTION VOTERS’ GUIDE

On May 9, when Metro Vancouver residents cast their ballots in the B.C. general election, they need to know what each of the provincial parties will do to address congestion on our roads and overcrowding on public transit in Metro Vancouver. The fact is, transit service has struggled to keep up with the region’s fast growing economy and population, and … Read More

10-Year Vision Community Fact Sheets

Find out how your community will benefit from completing the 10-Year Vision—from new transit services and road infrastructure, to the time you can save on your daily commute. 10-Year Vision: Benefits for Burnaby & New Westminster 10-Year Vision: Benefits for the North Shore 10-Year Vision: Benefits for Pitt Meadows & Maple Ridge 10-Year Vision: Benefits for Richmond, Delta, & Tsawwassen … Read More

Op Ed: A Principled Approach to Reducing Congestion

Jonathan Cote, Mayor of New Westminster and Chair of the Mayors’ Council Funding Strategy Committee Taking a principled approach to reducing congestion Transportation has become a big issue in the B.C. provincial election campaign. That should be good news for the Mayors’ Council, which recently introduced the ‘Cure Congestion’ campaign to engage Metro Vancouver residents in a discussion about traffic … Read More

Mayors’ Council prescribes cure for the ‘Symptoms of Congestion’

Mayors’ Council prescribes cure for the ‘Symptoms of Congestion’ New video presents a humorous take on the serious issue of transportation investment April 10, 2017 (New Westminster) — Today, the Mayors’ Council on Regional Transportation launched the next phase of its #CureCongestion public outreach campaign with the release of a new video, The Symptoms of Congestion, which takes a light-hearted … Read More

Cure Congestion launch | April 5th, 2017

Dashboard view of traffic

Mayors’ Council Launches Public Outreach Campaign to help #CureCongestion in Metro Vancouver Campaign will engage B.C. political parties and Metro Vancouver residents to make transit and transportation a key election issue April 5, 2017 (New Westminster, BC) – Today, the Mayors’ Council on Regional Transportation launched a public outreach campaign to raise awareness about the importance of continued investments in … Read More