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Alyse Kotyk | Vancouver Translink's new Compass card payment system presents privacy concerns as it tracks detailed information of a transit user's time and location.
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Keith Reynolds | There is no doubt that pay for the people who direct public services is of interest to the public. But why doesn't the debate extend to executives of private corporations delivering public services?
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Kaity Cooper | With only three weeks left to vote in the Metro Vancouver Transit and Transportation Referendum few have cast their ballots. Here is my take on the Referendum, from a feminist perspective.
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Marvin Shaffer | A no vote would undoubtedly set the region back in the planning and implementation of new transit and public transportation infrastructure. But it doesn't have to be the disaster many suggest.
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Shannon Daub, Sandra James | This referendum is not about a vote for or against Translink, the regional transportation authority, but is a vote for an overall transportation plan for regional accessibility and livability.
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Marc Lee, Seth Klein, Iglika Ivanova | In the upcoming Vancouver transit and transportation referendum, we think the benefits of a YES outcome outweigh the negatives for the following reasons.
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Marvin Shaffer | The upcoming referendum isn't the first but rather the culmination of a two-decade, tragically effective, bipartisan effort to prevent TransLink from doing what it was originally set up to do.
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David Taub Bancroft | On the chances of a Yes vote for better public transit, this blogger is not optimistic, but he hopes to be proven wrong.
Podcast
Meghan Murphy | Meghan Murphy interviews Emily Monaghan, an organizer of Take Back the Night UBC and Katie Nordgren, one of the women behind the Harassment on Translink project.
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Eric Doherty | Vancouver is the largest city in North America without a downtown freeway, and is influential globally in urban development and transportation planning.
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Redeye Collective | In August 2012, members of an activist group distributing their newspaper at a Skytrain station were arrested and had their material confiscated.