You may soon be able to rent an e-bike or scooter in Vancouver, as TransLink examines how micro-mobility could help improve transportation.
Transportation in Metro Vancouver
News on transportation projects across the Lower Mainland, including cycling infrastructure, rapid transit and road improvements.
The extension of the Millennium Line SkyTrain west of VCC-Clark to Arbutus will transform the Broadway corridor and encourage thousands of drivers to leave their vehicles at home.
In Surrey, two planned LRT lines to Guildford Town Centre and Willowbrook in Langley are already encouraging high-density development along the proposed routes.
UBC has wrapped up its bike share pilot program with Dropbike and now plans to move forward with a new operator, HOPR.
The City of Vancouver plans to add a protected bike lane on Drake Street through Yaletown, from Pacific Blvd. to Burrard Street.
TransLink has taken the wraps off improvements to the Joyce-Collingwood SkyTrain station, including a new Instagram-worthy public art installation.
Burnaby city council has voted to continue the planning process for a gondola to SFU on Burnaby Mountain.
The City of Vancouver is seeking proposals from landscape architecture or urban planning firms to help map the future of the West End waterfront including Sunset Beach and English Bay.
Three levels of government are committing funding to widen Highway 1 from 216th Street to 264th Street in Langley, by adding an HOV lane.
Public consultation on the Granville Bridge Connector, a future walking and cycling path down the centre of the bridge, is now underway.
A city-led community panel is recommending the National-Charles option for the new False Creek Flats arterial road.
A new poll commissioned by UBC shows the vast majority of Metro Vancouver residents support extending the Millennium Line SkyTrain beyond Arbutus Street, all the way to UBC.
Two new renderings of stations along the proposed SkyTrain extension from Surrey to Langley have been released. TransLink recently launched a new website, chronicling updates on the project.
The six finalists in the City of Vancouver’s bike rack design competition have been revealed, with winning designs to be installed this fall. Designs must hold at least two bikes; be cost-effective to fabricate and install; and reflect Vancouver in an original and creative way. Over 400 submissions were received, and narrowed down to a […]
TransLink has opened its fourth bike parkade, this time at King Edward Station on the Canada Line. The parkades allow people who cycle to and from transit stations to store their bike for the day. The cost is minimal at $1 per day, up to a maximum of $8 per month. The secure bike parkades […]
Only projects with 100 per cent social or supportive housing will be considered under interim rezoning policy The City of Vancouver wants to curb land speculation along the Broadway Corridor, ahead of the extension of the Millennium SkyTrain line westward to Arbutus Street — and eventually, UBC. The city is developing a new plan for […]
Worry free trips to the store, your mom’s or the mountains — just a few reasons why carsharing has become entrenched in the fabric of modern Vancouver life The dense, bustling cities of New York, Chicago and San Francisco have got nothing on Vancouver — at least not when it comes to carsharing. In fact, […]