BC Liberal leadership candidate Dianne Watts has THIS to say about congestion and mobility pricing:

. . . Watts says the province’s tolling system is “antiquated” and mobility pricing is needed to alleviate congestion on the roads.
“There absolutely needs to be a system in place. Absolutely. And it has to be low,” the former mayor of Surrey told Business In Vancouver on Roundhouse 98.3.

Do note the easy out from Watts — any pricing scheme can be easily criticized as “too high”.  Despite this, it does seem a turnaround of sorts is at trial balloon stage from the party formerly in favour, mostly,  of HUGE bridges and HUGE roads for EVERYONE!
Thanks to Tyler Orton in Business In Vancouver.