On March 29 COPE members and guests heard from four invited speakers about the BC Transit plebiscite and then had a chance to weigh in with their own views (which gave at least one of the experts a reason to
In this civic election year COPE is asking what City Hall can do to increase and improve transit service while making it more affordable.
Less than 1/3rd of trips in Vancouver are by public transit, while in many cities around the world a vast majority of people use public transit.
For Immediate Release 30 July 2013 The Coalition of Progressive Electors (COPE) is very concerned about TransLink cancelling incentive programs that help low-income families and that increase ridership. Today TransLink announced cancellation of, among other programs, the Employer Pass Program
The following is a response to this opinion piece by Geoff Meggs. In arguing for an underground skytrain system for the Broadway Corridor, Councillor Meggs relies on inaccuracies presented as facts. This is because a decision, based on the facts,
I’ve been all over the city, visiting with parents, students, teachers, support staff, and folk not directly connected to schools. What I keep hearing is that there is not enough support for st