Boyden, a long time partner of the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade, joins as the event Supporting Sponsor

Date: 23 November 2022

Location: Vancouver, BC

Like many businesses, TransLink was forced to think differently to keep our region moving over the past few years, adapting to some of the most significant challenges of our time. Now, TransLink is changing the way they do business to expand and diversify the essential services that our communities and businesses rely on every day, all while tackling the climate emergency, persistent affordability issues, and the ongoing impacts of COVID-19.

With ambitious and innovative plans that will shape the future of transportation in Metro Vancouver, such as the recently launched Climate Action Strategy, Real Estate Development Program, Customer Experience Action Plan, and the targets laid out in the 10-Year Priorities, TransLink is making strides forward for a better tomorrow by putting sustainability, reconciliation, and inclusion at the forefront.

Join TransLink CEO Kevin Quinn to learn about how the future of transportation in Metro Vancouver will create significant opportunities for residents and businesses throughout the region.

Following his address, Mr. Quinn will be joined on stage for a moderated Q&A.

Boyden, a long-time partner of GVOBT, is a proud supporting sponsor of the event.

To register or for more details, click here

About the speaker:

Kevin Quinn is the Chief Executive Officer of TransLink, Metro Vancouver’s award-winning transportation authority. As CEO, Kevin Quinn oversees management, planning, financing, and delivery of a growing world-class transportation network that includes bus, SkyTrain, SeaBus, HandyDART, and West Coast Express transit services, along with five regional bridges, walking and cycling paths, and the Major Road Network.

Before joining TransLink, Kevin served as Administrator and Chief Executive Officer of the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA), one of the largest multi-modal transit systems in the U.S. with six transit modes, including buses, subway, light rail, paratransit, and commuter bus and rail.

Kevin holds a master’s degree in Public Policy from Johns Hopkins University. He has been a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) since 2010 and was recognized as one of Mass Transit magazine’s Top 40 under 40 transit professionals.

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