What is Transit Future?
|Central Fraser Valley|
|Sea to Sky|
|Salt Spring Island|
Transit Future looks at how you can improve your transit system to better meet the needs of your community now and for the generation to come. Planning that future can come in a number of forms:
- A Transit Future Plan: A Transit Future Plan envisions what a community's transit network should look like 25 years from now. It describes and prioritizes infrastructure and investment needed to get there. It analyzes the existing transit system to see how it could be improved.
- A Service Review: A service review analyzes and describes priorities, infrastructure and investment needed within a three to five year term. It also outlines the procedures for Transit Future plan implementations.
- Infrastructure and Major Projects: Infrastructure and major projects are significant investments in transit such as customer facilities, operating facilities, and transit priority measures which are required for implementing Transit Future Plans.
BC Transit needs your input to ensure that our system grows with you
and thrives for generations to come.
By 2036, B.C.'s population is expected to grow from 4.4 million to 6 million
Between 2006 and 2036, the proportion of B.C.'s population age 65 or older is expected to grow from 15% to 25%
Oil and gas prices have risen dramatically since 2003, the price of oil has more than doubled
As of 2011, the vast majority of B.C.'s population (77%) used automobiles for their daily commute.