Civic Election Forum on Transportation

October 26, 2011 at 8:27 am Leave a comment

What will Vancouver’s transportation future look like? 

Join Connecting Environmental Professionals, Sustainable Transportation Coalition, SFU’s City Program and the Planning Institute of British Columbia as we pose these important questions to Vancouver council candidates. 

Connecting People and Places: 2011 Civic Election Candidates Discuss Vancouver’s Transportation Future

The forum will be moderated by Gordon Price, Director of the City Program at Simon Fraser University and spokesperson for the Sustainable Transportation Coalition. After a short introductory statement from each candidate, Gordon will pose three questions – one about transportation network funding and the recent decision of the Mayors’ Council on Regional Transportation, the second about goods movement, and the third about active transportation. Finally, audience members will have the opportunity to pose questions.

Monday, November 7, 7-9 pm
SFU Segal Graduate School of Business
500 Granville Street, Vancouver

Admission is free, but reservations are required. Reserve your seat at www.sfu.ca/reserve

Speakers:

  • George Affleck (NPA)
  • Adriane Carr (Green Party of Vancouver)
  • Councillor Geoff Meggs (Vision Vancouver)

Let us know your thoughts about transportation funding

Prior to the forums, we’d like to hear your thoughts about transportation funding. CLICK HERE to take a one-question survey about the types of revenue sources that are being explored to improve our transportation system. The results of this survey will be shared during the forums.

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