The plan was shaped with the input of British Columbians. Public input was considered, along with technical information, in the development of B.C. on the Move: the 10-year Transportation Plan. The plan was announced on March 17, 2015.
The engagement included over 100 meetings throughout the province with First Nations, local governments, transportation authorities and other interested stakeholders, along with a Twitter Town Hall, several hundred individual submissions and a survey that drew over 12,500 responses from throughout British Columbia. In addition, MLA Jordan Sturdy, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure, met with over 70 groups on Vancouver Island in September 2014 to hear about the transportation needs of Island communities.
Discussions focused on opportunities for improvements to the transportation network that can help build healthy, sustainable communities and support jobs and families in a growing provincial economy.
Below are the archived pages that were live during the engagement period: