Metro Van have your say!
SFU Centre for Dialogue is convening groups of citizens who use a variety of transportation modes, and reflect the diversity of our region, for a series of facilitated dialogues about mobility pricing and how it might work in the Metro Vancouver region.
What is mobility pricing?
Mobility pricing refers to fees charged directly to the user, whether for taking a bus, driving over a bridge, parking a car, or even using a bike lane – all the elements that make up a transportation network. Currently we pay for some services but not others; the result is a system that is expensive to maintain and unfairly burdens the users who do pay directly for their transportation.
There are two main reasons to discuss mobility pricing of roads in Metro Vancouver: 1) to reduce congestion and 2) to generate revenue for necessary infrastructure improvements.
The events will be held as follows:
- Surrey – October…
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