We are still waiting for the new RCPBs to go live.
But we’re still waiting.
That’s why we are continuing our #RebuildTheRCPB series highlighting the work that needs to be done in our community.
Last week, the RCAF took over the city’s aging subway and light rail stations to build a new facility for the RTP, a massive network of commuter rail lines that connects Vancouver with British Columbia.
In addition to building new transit infrastructure, the transit agencies plan to replace the aging stations, which are now in the middle of a renovation process.
A lot of the work on these stations is already underway, but some of the station improvements that are in the pipeline include a new station design, a new signage and lighting system, and a new concourse.
The RCPs work on their new stations and the RTA is still planning on bringing new services and maintenance to the existing stations.
If you’re looking for a new location for a renovation, RCPbs website is where you should start.