Translink Funding

Transit Referendum Should Be Delayed To Avoid Cluster Fiasco

If the transit referendum was held at the same time as the municipal election, there is a real risk that people exercising their freedom of speech on one would be subject to severe penalties under the other. This is because the B.C. government has imposed draconian penalties (a year in jail, $10,000 fines) for those they define as "election advertising sponsors" in provincial election law.
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$2 Million Turndown

The union representing shipyard workers is questioning why TransLink did not apply for $2 million in federal funding that might have allowed it to build the replacement SeaBus in B.C. Unions leaders...
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Translink's Cash Plan Revealed

TransLink has announced it has found nearly $100 million in new efficiencies over each of the next three years to help cover its funding gap. The Lower Mainland transit authority made the revelation...