Transit Network Review

 

The 2017 Transit Network Review is a part of our ongoing management of the network. It is a key component in how we identify where to put services to serve more people, support areas of high ridership, provide transit options in growing areas, and deliver a basic level of transit access across Metro Vancouver.

With the approval of Phase One of the 10-Year Vision and the reallocation of current resources, we have an opportunity to deliver on more and better service across the region.

In Feb. 2017, we invited customers and neighbours to have their say on proposed new bus routes in the Silver Valley, Clayton Heights, and Morgan Creek communities and changes to the transit network in Port Coquitlam/South Coquitlam.

 

What we’re doing

Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2017 Transit Network Review.

Most survey respondents told us the proposed service changes would work better, or much better, for them and they would likely use the services if implemented as proposed.

For one area, the feedback received, along with further ridership analysis, resulted in our decision to not implement the proposed service change.

 

You can view the proposed changes in detail to see how feedback from the engagement helped to inform our decisions in the Transit Network Review report.

 

  • Proposed service change: extend service to Silver Valley by redesigning the existing C47 to become two routes (733 and 741).
  • What we're doing: we'll implement the new service to Silver Valley as proposed.
  • Timing: Sept. 2017.
  • Proposed service change: introduce a new service along 72 Ave. between 184 St. and 202B St. with connections to Langley Centre.
  • What we're doing: we'll implement the new service to Clayton Heights as proposed.
  • Timing: Sept. 2017.
  • Proposed service change: extend service to Morgan Creek in South Surrey by modifying routes 354 and C53.
  • What we're doing: we'll implement service extension to Morgan Creek as proposed, with modified C53 route to include Peace Arch Hospital.
  • Timing: Sept. 2017.
  • Proposed service change: redesign the 159 and 169.
  • What we're doing: we will not implement the service changes as proposed. Instead, we'll extend the 159 to Coquitlam Central Station.
  • Timing: Sept. 2017.

    Contact

    For more information, please email networkreview@translink.ca.

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