RELEASE: It's time to start finding fair solutions to traffic gridlock

Better Transit and Transportation Coalition says it’s time for a healthy debate – but not an argument – about cutting traffic gridlock in Metro Vancouver; Coalition welcomes Mobility Pricing Independent Commission report as way to start finding fair solutions

VANCOUVER – It’s time for a healthy debate – but not an argument – about how to cut traffic gridlock and health-damaging air pollution and improve our economy in Metro Vancouver – and mobility pricing is a proven and fair way forward, says the region’s transit and transportation coalition.

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Peter Ladner: Time to make a decision

Will Metro Vancouver’s new transit and transportation plan to reduce traffic gridlock itself end up in governmental gridlock?

That’s the fear of the Better Transit and Transportation Coalition. A credible transportation solution – a far-reaching plan to improve our region’s movability, environment, economy, health and quality of life – seems to be stalled between three levels of government.

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RELEASE: Coalition worried Metro Vancouver’s plan may end up in funding gridlock

Better Transit and Transportation Coalition worried Metro Vancouver’s plan to reduce traffic gridlock may itself end up in governmental gridlock over funding as Mayors’ Council meets Thursday to discuss negotiations with province

VANCOUVER – Could Metro Vancouver’s plan to reduce traffic gridlock, reduce air pollution and improve transit and transportation end up itself stalled in government gridlock over funding issues?

The Better Transit and Transportation Coalition is concerned it might as Metro Vancouver’s Mayors’ Council is slated to meet Thursday to discuss ongoing negotiations on the multi-billion dollar 10-year plan with the provincial and federal governments.

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