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Missed it? Markus Moos and Gil Peñalosa’s Rethinking Transportation talks are now online!


Rethinking Transportation: New Voices, New Ideas, brought to you by TransLink in collaboration with the SFU City Program, was back at Simon Fraser University on Tuesday, September 16 and Wednesday, September 17!

Gil Peñalosa

Gil Peñalosa

Dr. Markus Moos

Dr. Markus Moos

Markus Moos, Assistant Professor, School of Planning at the University of Waterloo, spoke on The New Generation: Are Millennials Changing the Game? His talk looked at how Millennials’ values, preferences and priorities could affect your work, commute, home and community — now and in the future.

Internationally acclaimed “healthy cities” expert Gil Peñalosa‘s talk, Future Livability: Boast or Bust?, explored whether Metro Vancouver can maintain its “Livability Credibility” for the next 30 years

SFU Continuing Studies now has both talks archived on YouTube! Click here for more information about the talks and the speakers.

Author: Allen Tung



  • By zack, October 2, 2014 @ 2:05 pm

    Off topic, do you guys know if U-Passes are still accepted? Because me, and another student had an incident while boarding the bus. Once I showed my upass, the driver skeptically looked and said it was not valid, despite telling him I got it from Douglas College. The other student had a rougher experience, the driver rejected his upass because “we no longer accept upasses anymore” and told him to pay the adult fare. Is this actually true, or just a ridiculous piece of misinformation?

  • By Allen Tung, October 2, 2014 @ 2:18 pm

    Hi Zack. U-Passes are still being accepted and is valid for the month printed on the front. Remember to have your student ID with you. Please advise Customer Relations at 604.953.3040, Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. or by filling out the online form at Cheers!

  • By Barbara, October 16, 2014 @ 5:45 pm

    Driver of 335 – ‪#‎S7371‬ Licence plate FA3427 -at ~4:30 today, October17, 2014 while driving in Surrey, BC – did not like the fact that I was sitting beside him as he wanted to merge into lane – I had the right of way yet he came into my lane causing me to move into oncoming traffic – I honked my horn as I thought he did not see me – but then I realized he did see me as he continued to drive dangerously pulling up again on the right side of me 2 more times in traffic, and pushing me into oncoming traffic – I feel my life was put into jeopardy by this bus driver as he handled the bus very dangerously to push me into oncoming traffic 3 times, plus he pulled up too close to me as if to ram my car 2 times. This should not have happened – this driver acted very dangerous and could have cost me my life.

  • By Allen Tung, October 17, 2014 @ 8:41 am

    Hi Barbara. Would you share this along with your contact information with our Customer Relations team at so we can follow up with you? Be sure to choose ‘Yes’ for ‘Response Required?’. You can also give us a call at 604.953.3040, Monday to Friday, 8 am to 8 pm. Thanks.

  • By Adrienne Coling, June 6, 2016 @ 10:20 am

    Hi all,

    Starting today, June 6, 2016, Customer Relations (CR) and Customer Information (CI – the folks on Twitter!) are merging into one call centre.

    This means when you call 604-953-3333 you will still get transit information, but you can also leave feedback at this number as well.


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