BC Transit (2015). Transit Future Plan – Sea to Sky 2015. Retrieved from: Transit Future Plan

BC Ministry of Transportation (n.d.) Right-of-Way Widths BCMOT. Retrieved from: Right of Way Widths.asp (

Blais-Stevens, A. & Hungr, O. (2008). Landslide Hazards and their Mitigation Along the Sea to Sky Corridor, British Columbia. Proceedings of the 4th Canadian Conference on Geohazards : From Causes to Management. Presse de l’Université Laval, Québec, 594. Retrieved from:

Buckingham, A. & Doyle, I. (2009). Sea to Sky Highway Improvement Project: Environmental Enhancements and Project Legacies. TAC 2008 Environmental Achievement Award Submission – British Columbia Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure. Retrieved from: Sea to Sky Highway Improvement Project

Chen, Z., Xue, J., Rose, A. Z., & Haynes, K. E. (2016). The impact of high-speed rail investment on economic and environmental change in china: A dynamic CGE analysis. Transportation Research. Part A, Policy and Practice, 92, 232-245. doi:10.1016/j.tra.2016.08.006

CN – Engineering Office of Design and Construction (2011) Engineering Specifications For Industrial Tracks CN Rail. Retrieved from:Microsoft Word – 20110301 Revised Industrial Track Spec.doc (

Crosby, R. (2019). A Railway Runs Through it – the long history of rail in the Sea to Sky Corridor. The Pique Newspaper. Retrieved from:

Environmental impact of high-speed rail in California. (2017). In B. L. Pérez Henríquez, & E. Deakin (Eds.), (pp. 272-293) Routledge. doi:10.4324/9781315709406-26

Government of British Columbia (2020). Conservation Status Ranks. Retrieved from: 

Guzy, C., Halloran, K., Homyack, J., Thornton-Frost, J., & Willson, J. (2019). Differential responses of amphibian and reptile assemblages to size of riparian buffers within managed forests. Ecological Applications, 29(8), 1-19. Retrieved from:

Hernandex, J. (2020). Upgraded Sea-to-Sky Highway improved safety but brought ‘big city problems’, says Mayor. CBC Online. Retrieved from:

Impact Assessment Act (2020). Government of Canada. Retrieved from:

Jung, A. (2019). The Village of Deep Cove needs big solutions to address ‘growing problem’ of crowds. CTV News Online. Retrieved from: 

Lindahl, Martin (2001). Track geometry for high-speed railways: a literature survey and simulation of dynamic vehicle response.Department of Vehicle Engineering Royal Institute of Technology. Retrieved from:

Ren, X., Chen, Z., Wang, F., Dan, T., Wang, W., Guo, X., & Liu, C. (2020). Impact of high-speed rail on social equity in china: Evidence from a mode choice survey. Transportation Research. Part A, Policy and Practice, 138, 422-441. doi:10.1016/j.tra.2020.05.018

Mountain Valley Express (2020). The Mountain Valley Express Vision. Retrieved from:


Map One: 

UBC Library:

  • BC DEM 20M – From The Province of British Columbia (Ministry of the Environment)


  • Rail Infrastructure & Road Infrastructure
  • Parks Polygon
  • Transport Corredors Zones
  • Sensitive Streams (Clipped from BC Sensitive Stream Polygon)
  • Species at Risk
  • Critical Wildlife Habitat
  • Major Points – (Main cities selected into new layer for Map)


Social Maps (SocM) 1-4:

Statistics Canada (2016). Population Dwelling Counts, Land Area in Sq. Km., Prevalence of Low Income (%), Total Commute Time.


Community Infrastructure Directorate, Indigenous  Services Canada (2017). Treaty Negotiations in British Columbia. This map shows the approximate traditional territories of the First Nations which entered the BC Treaty Process, as described in their statements of intent to negotiate a treaty. It also shows the areas in which Final Agreements are completed and in effect. Retrieved from:

INAC (2019). INAC Map of First Nations in British Columbia. This map shows the geographic location of the main community of each BC First Nation, as well as the major towns and cities in the province. Retrieved from:

Lam, P. (2016). Sea to Sky Highway Photo  – Retrieved from:

Museum of Anthropology, University of British Columbia (2017). First Nations Map. This map shows the geographic location of the BC First Nations. Retrieved from: