UBC Line updates: the alternatives are now online, and the first consultation is tonight, Wed Mar 30, 2011
Two updates for the UBC Line phase two consultation!
All the alternatives are now online
This means you can view details of all seven UBC Line alternatives plotted out a map, and learn about the potential routes, station locations and more.
But make sure you find out all the other info too:
- how the alternatives may integrate into streets,
- how each alternative ranked in the preliminary evaluation, and
- what feedback we are looking for,
- plus for more info on the design considerations and trade-offs that guided the project team through all the designs, check out page 21-24 of the design guide, which is also linked at the top right of each individual alternative page.
And THEN, don’t forget to fill in our questionnaire with your feedback!
We really want to emphasize that all these items are super important to look at, so you understand where the alternative designs came from, how we’re evaluating them, and what helpful feedback you can provide (we’re not picking a favourite at this time, though we know you may have one!)
First consultation session is at the Vancouver Masonic Centre tonight, Wed Mar 30, 2011
A reminder that the first UBC Line phase two consultation session is tonight, Wednesday March 30, 2011!
Wednesday, March 30, 2011, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Vancouver Masonic Centre, Jewel Ballroom, 1495 West 8th Avenue, Vancouver (Google map)
And the next one will be tomorrow:
Thursday, March 31, 2011, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m
Ponderosa Centre, 2071 West Mall, UBC (UBC map)
After that, there’s two more in-person sessions and one online webinar upcoming: see the UBC Line Phase 2 Community Consultation Workshops page for all the details. Or visit TransLink’s Facebook page and click the “Events” tab to add the events to your Facebook calendar (or share them with your friends!)