There currently are proposals from two separate carriers to provide increased passenger service in the corridor between Seattle, WA, and Vancouver, BC. Amtrak proposes to add a second daily train along that route, and Kenmore Air proposes to initiate float plane service from Lake Union (Seattle) to Vancouver Harbour. This note provides an estimate of the economic benefit to Vancouver of the associated increase in visitation. The note considers only the benefits derived from tourism.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Transportation--Washington (State)--Seattle--Passenger traffic; Transportation--British Columbia--Vancouver--Passenger traffic; Railroads--Washington (State)--Seattle--Passenger traffic; Railroads--British Columbia--Vancouver--Passenger traffic; Floatplanes--Washington (State)--Seattle; Floatplanes--British Columbia--Vancouver
Seattle (Wash.); Vancouver (B.C.)
Lebowitz, David, "Estimated Benefits of Increased Visitation to Vancouver, BC, via Rail and Float Plane" (2008). Border Policy Research Institute Publications. 65.