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Terms of Reference for City of Abbotsford Inter-regional Transportation Select Committee. May 2008.   166k v. 1 May 2, 2008, 1:49 PM Nathan Pachal
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Translink's 2040 Transportation Plan/Vision Backgrounder. October 2007  677k v. 1 May 7, 2008, 2:43 PM Nathan Pachal
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British Columbia Chamber of Commerce’s Perspective on Translink's Transport 2040. November 2007.   63k v. 1 May 7, 2008, 2:43 PM Nathan Pachal
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Page 12 contains information about an Alternative Rail Study for Langley and funding for rail. 2006  90k v. 1 Jun 24, 2008, 10:45 AM Nathan Pachal
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A 2007 article by Township of Langley Councillor Jordan Bateman on his vision for light rail.  65k v. 2 May 2, 2008, 1:47 PM Nathan Pachal
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Township Councillor Jordan Bateman's numerous motions and votes in support of light rail. 2007-2008.  15k v. 2 May 2, 2008, 1:46 PM Nathan Pachal
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Biography of the new president of Southern Railway of BC. May 2008  61k v. 1 May 5, 2008, 12:22 AM Unknown user
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By Greg Pettipas, B.Arch. How 1980 BC Transit Politics cost $8.4 Billion for 1979 GVRD $558 Million Transit Plan Don Bellamy’s - Rapid Transit Solution (BC Electric Railway Motorman, Retired)  2699k v. 2 Jul 18, 2012, 7:30 AM Nathan Pachal
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A 2005 Straight.Com article that only speaks of P3 Public-Private Partnership problems in BC and not any of the good examples from around the world.  58k v. 1 Apr 16, 2008, 9:43 PM Unknown user
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As Texans seek alternatives to suburban sprawl, more are looking to new-urban developments and embracing a 21st century way of life whose roots run deep into America's heritage. April 2008.   558k v. 1 Apr 14, 2008, 6:40 PM Nathan Pachal
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Surrey Citizens Transportation Initiative (SurreyCiTI) Car and Bike Sharing Program. - February 2012  485k v. 1 Feb 14, 2012, 6:47 AM Nathan Pachal
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Globalization is reversible. Higher energy prices are impacting transport costs at an unprecedented rate. So much so, that the cost of moving goods, not the cost of tariffs, is the largest barrier to global trade today. In fact, in tariff-equivalent terms, the explosion in global transport cots has effectively offset all the trade liberalization efforts of the last three decades. Not only does this suggest a major slowdown in the growth of word trade, but also a fundamental realignment in trade patterns. May 27th, 2008.  119k v. 1 May 30, 2008, 9:44 AM Nathan Pachal
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