The public transport system in Vancouver, B.C., has been a point of contention for some time now.
It is not a perfect system.
But it is generally considered to be a top performer in the country.
In fact, in the 2017 edition of Transportation Scorecard, the city received a score of 85 per cent, just short of Canada’s average score of 86 per cent.
C. had a high score in terms of quality of public transport, and it ranked fourth overall in the world for transit accessibility.
It scored an average score across all five dimensions, including accessibility and livability.
In terms of public transit, the scorecard ranked B., as a country, as the second best in the World.
While the score card doesn’t look at the transit system in isolation, it shows the system is getting better and better.
“Public transit systems have a big impact on how people live and interact in cities, and they are very important,” said Dan Smith, a transportation planner at the UBC Sauder School of Business.
“In terms of overall health, the public transit system plays a huge role in that.”
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The scorecard includes all five measures and includes the following findings: Overall scorecard: Transit accessibility and quality scorecard The scores for transit access and quality reflect the quality of the infrastructure, services and public space that support our communities.
They also reflect how well people in the communities live, and how they interact with each other.
These scores were obtained through surveys and field visits to public transit hubs in Vancouver and Surrey, the country’s two most populous cities.
Public transit accessibility scores: Overall scores: B.COM scores for public transit accessibility are based on four measures.
The first is the Transit Access Score (TAS), which measures the level of public access to public transport in Vancouver.
This measure is derived from surveys of people who regularly use public transit in the city.
This data was also used to calculate scores for accessibility to public transportation and how people use the system.
This score is calculated using an algorithm that looks at the frequency of people using public transit.
The second measure is the Safety Score, which is based on the frequency and severity of accidents that occur on public transit and the severity of injuries sustained.
This is derived using the frequency, severity and number of collisions that occur.
The third measure is Disability Score, based on how many people are considered disabled in the community and how many are considered at risk of having a disability.
This measurement is based only on data from the city’s two primary health care systems.
The fourth measure is Health Score, derived from a sample of individuals and families in the province who are assessed annually by health professionals in Vancouver for health-related issues.
These tests were used to determine whether people had a disability, how many were deemed disabled and how much their disability could be reduced or eliminated through improvements to the public transport network.
Health Score score: BCTF scores for health care accessibility are calculated using data from health professionals who visit the people who meet the criteria for disability, health-care accessibility and disability-related conditions in the cities they visit.
The BCTFs for these three measures are derived from the results of the annual survey of people with disabilities and health-health conditions in each city.
These data were used in the BCTFF, which evaluates the health and well-being of Canadians and the health care system.
Accessibility scores: This measure measures how well the public is able to use public transportation.
It was derived from interviews with people who use public transport regularly in the neighbourhoods in which they live.
It also includes the frequency with which they use public buses and other transit.
In addition, the study included information on the availability of designated bus routes and the availability and accessibility of public toilets.
The results of this study, conducted in 2016, revealed that the city was ranked as one of the top 10 public transit systems in the U.S. in terms