SkyTrain for Surrey is calling on citizens to take note of the City of Surrey’s hiring of political insiders to mislead the federal government on transit issues and falsify an LRT business case. A Business in Vancouver report has said
IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Jan. 18, 2015 – Surrey, BC As part of the 2016 federal pre-budget consultations, we are calling on the Minister of Finance to reject a Surrey LRT project and refuse to provide federal funding. Our submission included a
WATCH: Vinesh Pratap speaks to the newspaper reporter who wrote a damning article about Edmonton's new LRT https://t.co/cGIfhoJRV5— Global Edmonton (@GlobalEdmonton) January 6, 2016 IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Jan. 7, 2016 – Surrey, BC SkyTrain for Surrey agrees with a National
IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Dec. 29, 2015 – Surrey, BC SkyTrain for Surrey has completed 10 points debunking myths and inaccuracies about Light Rail, SkyTrain and Bus Rapid Transit. The responses have been released on our website at: skytrainforsurrey.org/debunking-myths In addition, we have
Light Rail supporters continue to ignore issues like potential for vehicle-train collisions IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Dec. 28, 2015 – Surrey, BC Today, we are debunking the following 3 statements by Light Rail Links coalition chair Anita Huberman in a letter to
IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Dec. 27, 2015 – Surrey, BC Contrary to claims by Light Rail supporters, there is high public support for extending SkyTrain in Surrey. A November 2014 poll conducted by the popular website Vancity Buzz on a Surrey LRT-related article shows higher
IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Dec. 16, 2015 – Surrey, BC SkyTrain for Surrey has called for the cancellation of the Surrey Light Rail Transit (LRT) project in favour of a SkyTrain extension on Fraser Highway, appealing to both TransLink and the provincial government
IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Surrey, BC SkyTrain for Surrey campaign manager Daryl Dela Cruz is challenging the popular assertion that ‘SkyTrain technology’ is a proprietary technology and is only offered by Bombardier. In an online response to a Global BC news
We have reposted this from the personal blog of campaign manager Daryl Dela Cruz RE: Critics say SkyTrain technology is outdated – Global News Pictured above: The new Tozai Line in Sendai, Japan uses SkyTrain technology – and is opening in just
IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Surrey, BC A community transit coalition is calling out the Conservatives and Liberals for dumping millions of dollars of operating debt from an LRT system onto the community with no consultation. SkyTrain for Surrey, a local coalition
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