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Plans and Strategies

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In today’s world, technological advances are now happening at a breathtaking pace. And key transportation-related technologies are converging leading to what we expect will be rapid changes in the transportation landscape towards greater integration, personalization, automation, connectivity, electrification, and sharing.

If we plan proactively, we can choose to harness this world of New Mobility in support of regional objectives to dramatically reduce distances driven and dramatically increase the number of trips made by active and shared-use modes.

With clear and forward-thinking policy direction, we can ensure that New Mobility services not only help create a more seamlessly integrated door-to-door travel experience but that they do so in a way that also promotes safe, healthy, clean and compact communities, and affordable and equitable access for all.

Many of our existing plans, strategies, and policy documents already provide useful direction when it comes to New Mobility:


Shared Micromobility Guidelines

Metro Vancouver municipalities have expressed the need for a more unified approach to piloting requirements and implementing new forms of mobility services.

TransLink, in close collaboration with municipal partners, has developed the Micromobility Guidelines as the first step towards regional coordination to maximize the benefits of these New Mobility services. The Micromobility Guidelines have been endorsed by all the municipalities and is a living document intended to be reviewed and updated to include experiences and lessons learned.