Move Nanaimo ferry terminal to Tsawassen to alleviate Horseshoe Bay terminal constraints.

Move Nanaimo ferry terminal to Tsawassen to alleviate Horseshoe Bay terminal constraints.

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Andrea Unger started this petition to Mark Collins CEO BC FERRIES and

Horseshoe Bay congestion has resulted in the culmination of Canada Days traffic nightmare along the upper levels.

By keeping its lower lots free of congestion has resulted in the traffic being pushed up onto the upper levels resulting in dangerous roads conditions and a truly horrendous and stressful for its ferry customers and those who need to use the upper levels to get to their destinations. 


Move the Nanaimo Ferry terminal to Tsawassen Ferry Terminal ASAP. This would direct huge volumes of traffic to a more suitable location. Alleviate the terminal congestion and this would allow the Horseshoe Bay -Langdale holding lanes to be utilized properly without creating situations like today. Traffic is going to increased year over year and this volume is no longer sustainable with the current terminal space including its sailing schedule.

Horseshoe Bay will then not need to upgrade its terminal. It can then add hourly sailings to Langdale with an efficient and planned schedule when needed during the summer months. Ferries wouldn’t have to wait for other ferries to come and go. All berths could function seamlessly. 

Adding facilities above the toll booths to accommodate the needs of waiting passenger vehicles for a wide range of passenger needs. 


Add an app that is actually helpful to all its users and that include one pager schedule for fast and easy access. Also a voice recognition number to call that give real time voice message to users on the road. 


Luckily there wasn’t the heat dome happening during this long weekend disaster. But there were hot days and many more to come.

Time to make those improvements now. 


Its a win win for all.

 

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