Policy and Governance: Questions for key stakeholders to consider

1. Does the current governance model allow for the most efficient and effective allocation of roles and responsibilities to meet the long-term sustainable transportation goals?

2. How should the varying objectives for transit be reflected in legislation?

3. How should all of the various plans that relate to transit fit together?

4. When different transit objectives cannot be pursued simultaneously, how should they be prioritized?

5. Where does B.C. stand in relation to the evolving development of public transit in the Pacific Northwest, in Canada, and worldwide? 

6. What collaboration is required from each partner to ensure effective implementation of transit plans?

7. How can transit and land use planning processes effectively be integrated?

8. How are transit goals integrated into the overall vision for transportation in B.C.? 

9. What are the potential impacts of other government initiatives and activities on the achievement of transit objectives? If these may have a negative impact, how can conflicting priorities be reconciled? 

10. What capacity does each partner require (people, skills, knowledge, and resources) to deliver their required contributions and what organizational structure is most appropriate?