Two thirds of residents believe Metro Vancouver is not a leader in offering transportation choices

The majority of residents surveyed (60%) support a new, affordable sedan car service that would meet provincial regulations. Vancouver, BC – A new survey, Metro Vancouver Attitudes to Transportation Options, commissioned by Ripe, a Vancouver-based company proposing to offer mid-level luxury car-for-hire service accessed and validated through smart technology applications, reveals that while the majority… Read more »

Holiday Season Parking Causes the Most Stress for Metro Vancouverites

More than a third of residents say they would be more likely to try a carsharing service if it guaranteed access to parking spots. Vancouver, BC – Many Metro Vancouverites say parking is the most stressful part of transportation during the holiday season, and more than a third would give carsharing a try to guarantee… Read more »

Most Commutes Are Pleasant, But Some British Columbians Struggle

Commuters who drive despise bad behaviour and traffic, while transit users are dissatisfied with overcrowding and wait times. Vancouver, BC – While most British Columbians who commute on weekdays are satisfied with their experience, three-in-four would like to work from home more often, a new Insights West poll conducted for BC Business has found. In… Read more »