Road Pricing in Metro Vancouver

Translink is currently considering implementing mobility pricing—or road pricing— in the region, and has issued its report on this potential system.  The Burnaby Board of Trade (BBOT) identified a road pricing system as having potentially significant impacts on our regional transportation system and economy—and on our BBOT members—and therefore has been engaging with Translink on this issue for over a year.

Early 2018,  the BBOT’s Board of Directors launched a Mobility Pricing Task Force to review this issue on behalf of the BBOT and its membership. The BBOT’s Mobility Pricing Task Force consisted of BBOT members from a variety of sectors and organizations who met several times to review materials from the Translink mobility pricing commission, hear from guest speakers, and consider the potential impacts and opportunities of various forms of mobility pricing.

Our own Mobility Pricing Task Force has now issued Road Pricing in Metro Vancouver, a policy bulletin outlining the issue of road pricing and identifying 7 fundamental principles which should underpin any  future consideration and possible implementation of road pricing in Metro Vancouver by Translink.

Click here to read the BBOT’s Road Pricing in Metro Vancouver policy bulletin, or scroll down and read below.


More Resources:

Exploring Approaches to Reducing Congestion Report 

Mobility Pricing Commission Phase 1 Summary Report

Translink’s “It’s Time” Mobility Pricing Project Website