The Regional Transportation Task Force, together with other major stakeholders in regional transportation, deals with matters affecting the movement of goods, services and people within the metropolitan area, and affecting the regional transportation gateways such as the ports, airports, roads and rail links between the region and other areas. Since the formation of TransLink (the South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority), this task force has monitored and provided input to the activities and plans of that body. In 2004, the task force, on behalf of The Board, instigated the founding of a coalition of 38 organizations and groups for a rapid transit solution to get the proposed Richmond-Airport-Vancouver Rapid Transit Line (Canada Line) back on the rails which was successfully completed and opened in the fall of 2009. The task force was also involved in Olympic security and transportation, cycling on Burrard Bridge, and TransLink’s 10-year funding plan, Open Skies and the role of the Translink Commissioner.
Board gives feedback on the city's Transportation 2040 Plan
Media Release: Olympic transportation legacy lives on: Board of Trade survey
Letter to Mayor Robertson - re: Proposed Separated Bicycle Lanes for Hornby Street
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Message from the Chairman: Your input on bike lanes please