Metro Vancouver is a region that relies on many modes of transportation to keep its economy, and its people moving; from trucks to trains to cars to bicycles. Being able to move around our cities is critical for transporting goods, accommodating jobs and population growth, building strong and vibrant communities, and connecting with our partners in the region and elsewhere. But how do we pay for our transportation system in a way that is fair and transparent and provides for our current and future needs?
The SFU Centre for Dialogue is hosting a series of four regional dialogues with residents to explore one response to this question – mobility pricing. The goal of each session is to increase our understanding of mobility pricing as it applies to roads and to hear citizens’ perspectives on its potential role in Metro Vancouver’s transportation system.
We will be holding 4 community dialogues throughout Metro Vancouver:
October 22 – Surrey
October 24 – Burnaby
October 28 – Vancouver
October 29 – Langley
Interested in finding out more? Want to get involved? For information about our dialogues, mobility pricing and how to get involved in our project please contact us:
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