1 million people in Metro Vancouver ride transit every week.

In the City of Vancouver, over half of trips are taken without a car. This makes us a leader in North America on climate change, transportation safety and equitable access. So why, then, is our bus network stretched to the limit, getting slower every year, and on the precipice of a huge budget shortfall? How can we accommodate 70,000 new residents per year while avoiding gridlock?

Movement’s Theory of Change

We know that urgent improvements to transit will be indisputable once transit riders are empowered with a vision for how their commute can get better this year, not in 20 years.

Today, when our urban leaders propose changes to the transportation system, they primarily hear complaints from a small group of people who know how to work the system and want to maintain the status quo. Even if that urban leader wants to improve transit, they can come to feel that their hands are tied because of the backlash from that small group.

When riders have a shared vision and a shared voice, leaders will quickly become empowered to start prioritizing transit riders.

Who We Are

We are a group of transit riders, professionals, and enthusiasts fighting to make transit better in Metro Vancouver.

Anyone is welcome to join the fight – we need your help! Consider joining our mailing list or donating.