Special to MLR

By: Bob Wilds, Managing Director of the Greater Vancouver Gateway Council

Greater Vancouver Gateway Council: We Need to Invest in Transportation

The Greater Vancouver Gateway Council represents the major commercial transportation service providers—via seaports, airport, railways, and marine terminals, and by truck—in the Greater Vancouver Region, as well as related international trade and tourism service providers. In the late 1990s, the Gateway Council published A Major Commercial Transportation System for this Region, in which the infrastructure projects required for the Greater… Read more →

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Transit: regional equity matters

Metro Vancouver is a region comprised of 21 municipalities, the Tsawwassen First Nation, and one Electoral Area. In 2013, over 2.45 million people called the region home and it is estimated that in 25 years another million people will reside in the region. Approximately half of this increase will occur south of the Fraser. To manage this growth Metro Vancouver… Read more →