BC Ferries have announced that they will be holding a public drop-in session next Monday, May 9 before the FAC meeting at the Agi Hall.
This is your opportunity to connect directly with BC Ferries representatives to provide feedback and ask questions about the new 2-ship service, facilities and schedules, and any other ferry-related issue you may have on your mind.
Date: Monday, May 9th, 2022
Time: 12:00pm – 1:15pm (Drop-in session) / 2:00pm – 4:30pm (FAC meeting)
Location: Agi Hall, 465 South Rd., Gabriola
For more information about the drop-in session please contact Darin Guenette, Strategy & Community Engagement, BC Ferries at email@example.com.
In light of the fact that COVID has been spreading rapidly on the island, the FAC requests that those who wish to attend wear masks, practice social distancing, and do not join us if you are feeling unwell. You can also attend the FAC meeting online via WebEx – for joining details please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
I sometimes ride a motorbike. Now the hatched area for medically assured loading has been moved, where should bikes park? In summer, there are frequently 10 -12 bikes – I have seen 20. Cars are now parking close to the hatched area, leaving no room for bikes.
A suggestion is to have a white line by the sign on the approach to the hatched area. If cars stop there, bikes could park in that (approximately one car space) area. The equivalent of two car spaces would be better. Bikes cannot park in the hatched area or in front of it, as they used to do.