Our SkyTrain formula is a winning formula

I want you to process that for a moment. In just a few days on December 2nd, 2016, Metro Vancouver will […]

Yes, the Evergreen Line was cost-efficient

Approximately a year ago on this blog I compiled a study of Canadian rapid transit projects, ranking their costs by […]

New SkyTrain changes hide drop in service (UPDATE: TransLink to reverse service drop)

Original text below: Yes, you read that headline correctly – this is not a joke, and not some mis-interpretation of […]

Surrey’s Mayor thinks helicopters for the 1% are more important than transit

From The Globe and Mail: People travelling the 40 kilometres between Surrey and Vancouver tend to drive or take transit. Surrey’s […]

Montreal’s 67km driverless train system to be third longest in world

Proposed driverless train network cites Vancouver as model in case study The Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ), […]

Surrey LRT cost increases to $2.6 billion

If you’ve hard about the Surrey Light Rail Transit project (and how I am leading the opposition campaign), you’ve probably heard […]

Surrey deserves fair debate on LRT issues

I was caught off-guard by the new viewpoint article in The Now Newspaper, which claims that there is no more […]

Who’s telling the truth on Surrey’s Light Rail?

Global News had me on air this morning to comment on the SkyTrain for Surrey movement, which has been gaining […]

Deconstructing Surrey’s LRT survey

EXCLUSIVE – Surrey, BC – February 16, 2016 Some of you might be already familiar with the comments I made […]

Why isn’t the City of Surrey more excited for the new 96 B-Line buses?

There are 5 of the new 96 B-Line buses in service today, which has me thinking that by now there should […]