Tag Archives: transportation

Moving in Metro: A discussion on mobility pricing

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, … Continue reading

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Sustainable Community Breakfast

Managing Growth: Integrating Land Use and Transportation Planning Metro Vancouver, Member Municipalities and Translink are implementing a Regional Growth Strategy (RGS) that includes working together to better integrate land use and transportation in the region. Join us to learn how … Continue reading

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Next Generation Transportation: All-Party Forum, April 18

Next Generation Transportation: All-Party Forum, April 18 March 27, 2013 Hosted by SFU Public Square, Carbon Talks, SFU’s City Program, SFU Centre for Dialogue and Sustainable SFU, come and listen to provincial candidates offer their party’s solutions to Metro Vancouver’s … Continue reading

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Shift Delivery Seeks Cargo Tricycle (Bike) Mechanic

[from Canada’s Green Job Site, http://GoodWorkCanada.ca ] EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Position: Shift Delivery Seeks Cargo Tricycle (Bike) Mechanic Organization: Shift urban cargo delivery http://www.shift.coop Location: Vancouver, British Columbia Shift urban cargo delivery is a worker co-operative that uses cargo trikes to … Continue reading

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Re: Generation how we move our city

Ever wonder about Vancouver rail transit in the 1950s? or the future of automobile ownership? Or wondered what “Active Transportation” was? …. well …. Elders, Boomers, Xer’s and Young Folk Tell Their Active Transportation Stories DETAILS Wed, Jan 25th, 2012 … Continue reading

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Exploring Vancouver’s Transportation Future

A Greenest City Conversations research project led by Dialogue Alumni Susanna Haas Lyons. Starting May 31, residents and commuters will discuss key issues – like health, affordability, economy, and the environment – in small Facebook groups. Each group will work … Continue reading

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