The Area Transit Plan (ATP) for Burnaby and New Westminster.
Metro Vancouver is a large region comprised of 23 diverse communities and municipalities. To ensure local context and needs are understood and reflected in transportation planning, TransLink divides Metro Vancouver into sub-regions.
TransLink works closely with municipal governments, stakeholders, and the public to develop local and sub-regional plans for enhancing transit service and infrastructure, while also addressing aspects of cycling, walking, driving, and goods movement.
Area Transport Plans support and inform key planning processes like TransLink’s Regional Transportation Strategy and the Mayors’ Council 10-Year Vision, which establish the region’s long-term transportation vision, overall goals, targets, policy direction, and investment priorities.
The Burrard Peninsula Area Transport Plan planning process is currently underway.
The South of Fraser Area Transit Plan (ATP) outlines a long-term transit vision for municipalities of Surrey, Delta, City and Township of Langley, and White Rock.
The Area Transportation plan for Downtown Vancouver.
The Maple Ridge–Pitt Meadows Area Transport Plan focuses on improving transit and regional roadways.
Long-term vision for transit in North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Village of Lions Bay, Bowen Island, Squamish Nation, Tsleil-Waututh Nation.
The Northeast Sector Area Transit Plan identifies a long-term vision for service and infrastructure for Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Anmore, and Belcarra.
Southwest Area Transport Plan is a review of the transportation network in Richmond, South Delta, and the Tsawwassen First Nation.
The Vancouver and UBC Area Transit Plan.