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Mayors’ Council Releases Voters’ Guide Summarizing Federal Party Positions on Public Transit

Three of the four main federal parties commit to a permanent transit fund  and measures to support electrification of buses to reduce GHG emissions October …

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Statement by the Mayors’ Council on Regional Transportation in response to Liberal Platform

The Mayors’ Council welcomes the Liberal Party’s commitment to a permanent transit fund as outlined in their platform released this weekend. In partnership with the …

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Mayors’ Council urges federal parties to commit to permanent transit funding to avoid project delays

Metro Vancouver mayors joined by Federation of Canadian Municipalities and Union of B.C. Municipalities in asking parties to commit to transit investment ahead of election …

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What does a Congestion Relief Fund mean for Metro Vancouver?

As you know, the Mayors’ Council on Regional Transportation is calling on Canada’s political parties to commit to a permanent Congestion Relief Fund – a …

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Mayors’ Council: Public transit emerging as battleground election issue in Metro Vancouver

Data shows 14 ridings where transit commitments are likely to influence election results; local residents rate transit as higher priority for governments, compared to other …

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Surrey Langley SkyTrain takes major step forward as Mayors’ Council votes to proceed with final business case

Funding commitments from federal and provincial governments needed to fully fund the project and avoid cost increases July 25, 2019 (New Westminster, B.C.) – Metro …

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