A survey to explore the options of a transit service for the Sea to Sky corridor is now online.

BC Transit has created the study focused on determining potential ridership, service levels, routes and fares for regional and inter-regional services. Public consultations will also take place over the coming months.

The transit authority has formed a working group with representatives from local government and First Nations to explore opportunities for a new transit service.

BC Transit CEO Manuel Achadinha says; “The working group will be extremely interested in what residents have to say about potential service expansions and how to best facilitate inter-connectivity along the corridor.”

The survey builds on the Sea to Sky Transit Future Plan which was completed earlier this year. The plan identified new and expanded regional and inter-regional transit services as a high need for the area.

Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Todd Stone says; “Government recognizes there is room for improvement to better service this area, and we are committed to working with local governments, First Nations and the public to ensure the plans we put forward reflect the needs of the community.”

You can find more information and and a link to the survey here: BCtransit.com/seatosky

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