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Metro Vancouver + 1 million: regional growth needs transportation

Metro Vancouver, in the past, has been posed with the challenge of planning for rapid growth and has made planning decisions that have been paying dividends to this day. Given future leaps in economic expansion and an increasing population, the region will need to continue making smart bets on long-term transportation investments in order to stay competitive and maintain high… Read more →

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Premier Clark lays out referendum date, more confusion on question

[avatar user=”Keane Gruending” size=”thumbnail” align=”left”] It’s been an interesting week for the transit referendum in the media. While BC Minister of Transportation Todd Stone has been reluctant to come out with details around the Metro Vancouver vote, the Premier made some noise in the Globe and Mail last week. Without warning, Ms. Clark not only laid out when the referendum would take place… Read more →