Gordon took a gander at this summary of British Columbia’s long-range transportation plan—which mostly describes massive road building projects. And he combed through it, looking for a few choice phrases, including “climate change,” “agricultural land,” “cyclist,” and “pedestrian.”
Needless to say, he didn’t find much. Which makes Gordon wonder:
[H]ow can an organization charged with strategic thinking have no viewpoint on the issues which will determine the fundamental livability, viability and even the existence of parts of this region through which their roads will run?