November 3, 2017 – Surrey, BC
TransLink has released a new survey to gather input from stakeholders as part of the "environmental and socio-economic review process" for the Surrey-Newton-Guildford Light Rail project. This is an incredible opportunity to not only voice your opposition, but outline the specific issues as to why this project is impractical for our city and a mistake for our region.
We have heard from observers in the community who have told us that these surveys are hard to find, hard to complete, or discouragingly long. Remember that if you have any opinions on the LRT, that suggests you have a socio-economic concern about it. It is IMPORTANT that we come together to share these concerns.
Volunteer With Us
To assist our outreach efforts, we are looking for volunteers to join us at this open house as well as in future events.
Volunteers are important help to bring awareness about this issue by doing things such as talking to the public at events, distributing flyers and other materials, and taking part in other public outreach efforts which may include rallies and speaking at board and Council Meetings. Get in touch with us by filling out the form below:
SkyTrain for Surrey is a local grassroots organization calling for a SkyTrain and Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) network instead of the currently-proposed on-street Light Rail system in Surrey. Our campaign has called on decision-makers to build the Langley Extension of the SkyTrain Expo Line, in conjunction with an extension of the 96 B-Line to Coquitlam Centre and White Rock as a Bus Rapid Transit system.
For further information, contact:
Daryl Dela Cruz, Founding Director
Phone: +1 604 329 3529, email@example.com