Sea to Sky Transit Corridor Study
BC Transit, in collaboration with the local partners in the Sea to Sky area, is currently undertaking a detailed analysis of proposed new or expanded transit service connecting communities on the Sea to Sky Corridor.
This work is being undertaken in collaboration with the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District, the District of Squamish, the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW), the Village of Pemberton, the Lil'wat Nation and the Squamish Nation. BC Transit is also working alongside the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and TransLink as part of this project.
Building on the Sea to Sky Transit Future Plan which was completed in early 2016, the study is focussed on determining potential ridership, service levels, routes and fares for regional and interregional services. Supporting infrastructure and governance changes will also be explored.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Sea to Sky Corridor Survey. Over 2,000 people participated!
The next step in the process is to summarize all of the survey data and use this information to help develop proposed transit service options along the Sea to Sky Corridor. Based on the project timeline, the goal is to share some of these proposals with the public in early 2017.