Myth Busting

The trestle over Arbutus Canyon north of Goldstream Park.
Photo by Wilfrid Worland

There are many myths about the Island Corridor which are still much repeated despite the wealth of engineering information, economic analysis and BC Court findings which show that rail is no longer viable on the Island Corridor, and that lifting the rails and putting trails on the rail beds is the best way to preserve and keep the corridors in a public transportation use.
We need to dispel these myths so that everyone can understand the real potential and possibilities of a trail on the Island Corridor.

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