TransLink is a regional transportation authority and is overseen by the Mayors’ Council
TransLink is governed by the South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority Act, responsible for managing and operating the regional transportation system that moves people and goods while supporting the regional growth strategy, provincial and regional environmental objectives, and the economic development of the transportation service region.
TransLink must prepare a 10-year investment plan every three years and present it to the Mayor’s Council for approval. This becomes a Regional Transportation Strategy. TransLink’s current investment plan, approved by the Mayors’ Council, includes a North Shore B-Line that will relieve congestion and improve east-west transportation across the North Shore.