What does a No vote mean?

A:

A No vote does not mean things will stay the same. It means significantly more congestion and problems with transit service as one million more people move to the region by 2040 and bring with them 500,000 more cars. Vancouver is already the second most congested city in North America, after Los Angeles.

The economic impact of congestion is at least $1 billion a year, increasing to $2 billion by 2040 if we do nothing.

Voting No will not fix TransLink. Having less money per rider will make it more difficult to provide good service. It is the equivalent of cutting police funding during a crime outbreak.

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