Advances in computing and sensors will likely put robots in the driver’s seat. Automated vehicles are already being tested in cities around the world. And big companies – from Google to GM – are banking on a future of self-driving vehicles. 

In just two decades, most passenger vehicles sold in North America could be capable of self-driving.

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From our thermostats to our watches, it seems like all our devices are going online. In just a few years, vehicles of all types will be able to communicate with each other, potentially increasing safety and convenience.

By 2025, it is expected that all new road vehicles will be capable of communicating in some way. 

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When the CEO of Shell started driving an electric car, even electric vehicle skeptics did a double-take. Cheaper to run, smaller carbon footprints – electric vehicles are going mainstream. That goes for bikes, cars, trucks, and buses.

By law, all new vehicles sold by 2040 in British Columbia must have zero tailpipe emissions – meaning that electric cars will soon be the norm.

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We want to hear about your bold and creative ideas for the future. This is a once in a generation opportunity to have your input into shaping how we move. And live.

Take our Transport 2050 survey to vote on what’s important to you, plus add your unique voice to a regional forum and share your transportation visions to our idea’s board!

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Why own when you can rent? To get around, people are increasingly ditching car ownership for shared transportation services. Shared scooters, bikes, and cars are starting to become common in many places around the world.

Worth over $1 billion per year, Canada’s sharing economy is hot and heating up.

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TransLink is leading the development of Transport 2050, a strategy for transportation in Metro Vancouver for the next 30 years.

Phase 1 of Transport 2050 has concluded. We're ready to share what we heard through the report, Shaping Our Transportation Future, Together. Thanks to the thousands of people who participated in TransLink's largest public engagement ever. 

Phase 2 engagement launches in spring 2020. We’ll be asking the region to help consider trade-offs between different possible approaches for the future of transportation.

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Transportation technology is evolving rapidly, bringing new opportunities and challenges, and changing how we move. Many believe the future of transportation will be:

Electrified

Shared 

Advances in computing and sensors could put robots in the driver’s seat. 

Vehicles of all types will soon be able to communicate with each other.

Powered by renewable energy, electric vehicles are taking off.

From scooters to bikes to cars, people are moving from owning to sharing.

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Phase 1 of Transport 2050 has concluded and we're ready to share what we heard through our report, Shaping Our Transportation Future, Together

Thanks to the thousands of people who participated in TransLink's largest public engagement ever. 

Phase 2 engagement launches in spring 2020. 

The Transport 2050 survey is also available in PDF format in Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese and Punjabi.

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