Most Vancouver residents believe that people who want to drive for Uber, Leaf or other travel services need a Class 4 driver requiring more training, a Research Co survey finds.
The NDP government introduced legislation last week to allow travel companies to drive to operate at B.C., which is similar to the fall of 2019.
The legislation, which would require all travel drivers to have a Class 4 commercial license and compulsory criminal record checks, among the most restrictive in North America.
In the Research Co online survey, 57 percent of Metro Vancouverites said they were in favor of only allowing drivers with a commercial license to operate for a travel service.
According to the survey, almost half of the Vancouver Metro (49 per cent) of the next reduction is also a reasonable timetable to implement the sharing of trips in BC, because it takes time to review the impact of the a trip on existing transport options.
However, 42 per cent of respondents believe that the province should quickly track the legislation and present a trip to B.C. Faster.
Two thirds of respondents (66 per cent) said they wanted the state government to collect the number of sailing drivers to reduce traffic congestion.
The survey of 700 adults took place November 24-25. The remainder of the error is more than 3.7 percentage points, 19 times out of 20.