Mayors’ Council on Regional Transportation


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The Mayors’ Council is the collective voice of Metro Vancouver residents on transit and transportation. Its members include representatives from each of the 21 municipalities in Translink’s service area, as well as Electoral Area ‘A’ and the Tsawwassen First Nation. The council is responsible for approving TransLink’s transportation plans, identifying local funding and negotiating with other levels of government to make those plans a reality.

Products and Press Releases


Metro Vancouver’s Mayors’ Council on Regional Transportation selects three priority corridors for first BRT routes

Nov. 17, 2023
The three corridors were selected based on ridership potential, increasing access to jobs, future housing and development growth projections, the feasibility of implementing new...
A rendering of the Bombardier-built new SkyTrain cars.

Metro Vancouver’s Mayors’ Council urges Canadian government to provide funds to regional transit priorities

March 9, 2021
The council’s March 8 letter requests funding for Stage 2 of the Surrey-Langley SkyTrain, acceleration of a low-carbon fleet and support for additional transit plans.
Mayors’ Council on Regional Transportation
Mayors Council Canada Transit Investment Call

Mayors’ Council stumps for Metro Vancouver transit

Feb. 6, 2020
The delegation of mayors is calling on the Canadian government to consider new investments and policies that continue the transit development seen in Metro Vancouver.

Articles & News

Government of British Columbia
TransLink will avoid fare increases and service cuts with new funding from the government of British Columbia.

British Columbia providing C$479 million to TransLink to stabilize finances

March 16, 2023
The funding will not only help TransLink bridge funding gaps, but support its planned expansion and help maintain current service levels.
Coquitlam Bus Print

TransLink Mayors’ Council requests emergency funds, pursuit of permanent transit funding in federal pre-budget request

Feb. 15, 2023
The council wants C$250 million in emergency funds, to be matched by the province, as well as acceleration of Canada’s Permanent Transit Fund and additional efforts to stabilize...