ALERT! : More info

The 10-Year Investment Plan


About TransLink's Plans

TransLink has a legislated requirement to identify proposed transportation services, key initiatives, and capital investments, as well as how these services, initiatives and investments will be funded. Under TransLink's governing legislation (the South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority Act), TransLink must prepare a 10-year investment plan at least once every three years, and present it to the Mayors' Council for approval. Once approved, the 10-year investment plan becomes the new strategic plan.


What's in the Plan?

The 10-Year investment plan that is put forward to the Mayors' Council for approval outlines the strategic initiatives, transportation programs and services that TransLink plans to deliver over the plan period:

  • level of services to be provided
  • major capital projects and key initiatives
  • estimated expenditures
  • estimated revenues, including partner government contributions
  • estimated borrowing

These plans set the annual transportation investments and actions that will move the region towards the goals in the Regional Transportation Strategy.

TransLink’s current strategic plan is the 2017-2026 Investment Plan: Phase One of the 10-Year Vision.

For a snapshot of the investments included in each phase of the 10-Year Vision, view the 10-Year Vision Dashboard.


Upcoming 10-Year Investment Plan (Strategic Plan)

TransLink's next 10-Year investment plan will be guided by the Regional Transportation Strategy and Mayors' Council's Regional Transportation Investments: a Vision for Metro Vancouver.


Public and Stakeholder Input

In developing the 10-Year investment plan, TransLink will consult with the public, affected organizations, the Mayors' Council, Greater Vancouver Regional District (Metro Vancouver), municipalities, and the provincial government.


Phase Two Plan Engagement

Thank you for your input on the Phase Two Plan! Public engagement on the Phase Two Plan ended on May 11, 2018.

More information on our public engagement can be found in the Phase Two Consultation Summary Report. The final Phase Two Plan will be presented to the Mayors' Council and TransLink Board of Directors for consideration in June 2018. If the Phase Two Plan is approved, the new projects in the Phase Two Plan will begin to advance in 2018, and Metro Vancouver residents will start to see new Phase Two Plan transit services as early as 2019.