New Video Explains the Nuts and Bolts of the Metro Vancouver Transportation Referendum

Moving in a Livable Region has produced a new video that seeks to explain the basics of the upcoming Metro Vancouver transportation referendum.

The video describes how population growth is causing the region’s transportation system to become more congested, and explains how the  proposed transportation improvements included in the Mayors’ transportation plan can ease this congestion. The video also describes how the proposed Metro Vancouver Congestion Improvement Tax will pay for these improvement while highlighting  and highlights the critical need for residents to participate in the upcoming transit referendum.

The video was developed by Moving in a Livable Region volunteers Sean Tynan, Anjana Pradhananga, and Jim Beaudreau. Claire Havens, Moving in a Livable Region’s Program Manager, narrated the video.