Mobility Pricing

Mobility pricing for B.C.'s urban centres would both raise vital funds for transportation infrastructure and manage traffic demand so as to alleviate congestion.

In 2016, the BC Chamber’s province-wide membership passed a policy calling for the implementation of urban mobility pricing as a foundation for sustainable transportation funding.

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August 17, 2016
Backed by 36,000 businesses across the province, the B.C. Chamber fully supports the mayors’ proposal to introduce mobility pricing as one of a number of tools to fund Metro Vancouver’s transportation plan.
June 10, 2016
B.C.’s Chambers of Commerce have passed a policy calling on the B.C. government to work toward an urban mobility pricing model as a foundation for sustainable transportation funding in the province.

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