Posts by: Erin Millar

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With few options left on the table to fund essential transportation expansion, is road pricing in Metro Vancouver’s future? We invite media of all kinds to republish our work. First read our republishing policy, then go here to download raw data, copy infographics or grab an embed code for our interactives. Moving Forw…

Is tolling drivers to pay for transportation infrastructure in Metro Vancouver’s future? After residents overwhelmingly voted against a 0.5 per cent PST hike and the provincial government ruled out using a share of the carbon tax to fund public transportation expansion, road pricing is one of the few remaining options…

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Why the future of our transit system relies on more than just a 0.5 per cent sales tax increase

On a typical weekday, the region’s residents make 6 million trips. Who is going where? What does that have to do with the transit plebiscite?

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TransLink spends $1.4 billion annually. Where does all that money go?

Translink’s revenues are set to increase over the next decade, so why isn’t this funding adequate?

We created Moving Forward to fill a desperate need for journalism that doesn’t just report claims made by Yes and No side of the transportation referendum debate, but investigates the issues...