Some Rail Facts Might Help By Graham Bruce, CEO Island Corridor Foundation It may be too early to write off rail for Vancouver Island. Here are some points to consider. First, there are no cost estimates nor is […]
Please review our April 2018 Board Meeting Notes Here.
Turning the E&N rail line into a bus route would be a near-impossible, expensive proposition, says developer Ken Mariash. “All these quick simple solutions instead of the obvious are always good to talk about but the minute you kind of […]
Watch episode here: Future of the E&N Railway Corridor – Change The World S04E12
Historic and contemporary views of rail transit in the San Francisco Bay Area. Includes scenes of the Key System, Southern Pacific, Sacramento Northern, Northwestern Pacific and BART. Originally broadcast by George Watson of KTVU in 1984.
COURTENAY, B.C- Larry Jangula wants the vacant railway station in Courtenay to be used again. According to Jangula, who serves as the mayor of Courtenay, a meeting of the Island Corridor Foundation last week brought up the topic of what […]
There’s been feedback aplenty on both sides of the E&N railway line restoration issue following the Citizen’s April 2 story “Group Wants Movement on Restoring Railway”. In it Jack Peake, chairman of the E&N Railway Roundtable, said the group is prepared to […]
Re: “Gas-tax hike to fuel region transit boost,” Feb. 22.As an occasional bus commuter, I heartily approve of the gas-tax increase to expand our local bus service, which has suffered severe and counter-intuitive blows by cancelling the seniors’ discount fare and […]
Re: “E&N line’s real value is as a trail, not rail,” comment, Feb. 11. In support of the restoration of a 21st-century E&N Railway and all who travel on public transportation, the Island Corridor provides for trail and rail. The […]
Province should put money into E&N upgrades Dear Premier Horgan: I certainly praise your making future use of our derelict E&N railroad corridor a priority, among many needs left us by our former, corrupt Liberal government. I sure hope our […]