The HIA Guidebook provides a structured approach for planners and policy-makers to evaluate the potential health-related outcomes of an activity (i.e., a project, plan, or policy) before it has been built or implemented. The Guidebook also provides links to data sources, local and provincial resources, and examples.
A companion document for the HIA Guidebook, the Toolkit provides templates, checklists and worksheets to streamline the HIA process.
New study looks at the costs of housing and transportation to provide a more complete picture of housing affordability.
This study examines the performance of car shares in the region and identifies considerations for regional growth management and community planning.
Car sharing has emerged as a distinctive transportation choice within the context of a sharing economy. Car sharing allows members to gain the benefits of private vehicle use without the costs and responsibilities of ownership
This backgrounder outlines the state of goods movement through marine terminals in the region and emerging policy issues
Information for municipalities on how to Identify Frequent Transit Development Areas, a key tool for transit-oriented development
The Metro Vancouver Apartment Parking Study is one of the most comprehensive examinations of
apartment parking supply and demand conducted on a metropolitan area.
This comprehensive study identifies ways for municipalities and the development industry to better match parking supply and demand in new apartment developments close to frequent transit.
Transit-Oriented Communities: A Primer on Key ConceptsLearn more about how to create successful transit-oriented communities using TransLink’s “Six Ds” of transit-oriented communities: destination, distance, design, density, diversity and demand.
Transit-Oriented Communities: Design Guidelines
Review TransLink’s complete design guidelines for developing transit-oriented communities.