Mobility Pricing in Metro Vancouver: How to Have Your Say!

  19 January 2022

Our friends at Moving in a Livable Region (MLR) are hosting six local and one regional dialogue on Mobility Pricing across Metro Vancouver starting mid-February.

While not directly related to housing, this imitative could have a big impact on how you get around the region, whether it be to work, to school, or to visit friends and family.

Instruction text for the Mobility Pricing community dialogues (repeated in the blog post) with a QR code link to the survey.

About the dialogues

Moving in a Livable Region are bringing residents from Metro Vancouver together to learn and discuss their views on Mobility Pricing across the region. This will contribute to improving collective understanding of regional mobility decision making.

Not sure what Mobility Pricing is? You are not alone. For more information check out their website here.

Why your voice is needed

In order to improve mobility in our region, MLR need to hear the concerns that Metro Vancouver residents face and the priorities they have for the future.

Participating in your local dialogue offers you an opportunity to share your perspective.

A man standing in front of a moving train with the text #LivableRegion

What you’ll need to take part

  • An interest in transportation
  • 3 hours on the day of your local event to join over Zoom
  • Commitment to active participation
  • A reliable internet connection
  • A device with microphone and camera
  • Must live in Metro Vancouver

If you want to participate, please fill out this survey.

If you have any questions, please call the engagement team at (236) 869-1447.

Participant honoraria

An honorarium of up to $120 is available to those in need, no questions asked.

Up to $60 is also available to reimburse for child/eldercare for the duration of the event.

Where and when

Dialogues will be held over Zoom

  • Surrey + White Rock + Langley (City + Township)
    Wednesday, February 16
  • Vancouver + UBC
    Tuesday, February 22
  • North Shore + Lions Bay + Bowen Island
    Thursday, February 24
  • Tri-cities + Maple Ridge + Pitt Meadows
    Wednesday, March 2
  • Richmond + South Delta + Tsawwassen
    Wednesday, March 9
  • Burnaby + New Westminster
    Wednesday, March 30
A view of the Port Mann Bridge and the New West "W" public art with the text #LivableRegion

More information

You can find more information about Moving in a Livable Region (MLR) here and educational information about mobility pricing in Metro Vancouver here.