That's my try. To be honest, it was very hard to do the South of the Fraser lines because, as a tourist (hard to use that word, because I would have to say my knowledge of Vancouver runs much deeper than a tourist), I don't pay much attention to Langley or Surrey (sorry
Obviously this cannot be completed, probably ever, considering the costs associated with some of these projects, as well as how developed they are. For a High-Speed train to run to LA, it will take a long time in development, before it's physically, and financially feasible for the governments involved. Likewise with the passenger ferries to Victoria. I would want those ferries to take an hour, an hour and a half max, but in order for that too happen, there will need to be substantial ridership (which there won't be) in order for the government to decide that the vessels need to be fast.
I aimed for shorter routes, in comparison to some on this forum, because I was thinking that it would shorten the time it takes for the trains to return to the station, despite the fact that you could just use many trains on the same tracks.
The Pacific Spirit Mag-Lev train would be composed of 5 trains, each bearing the name, and art or pictures of, one of the 5 cities on the route (Vancouver, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, LA). I was just spitballing, thinking that the times would be:
Vancouver - Seattle: 1 Hour
Seattle - Portland: 1 1/2 Hours
Portland - San Francisco: 4 Hours
San Francisco - LA: 2 1/2 Hours
Vancouver - LA
6AM 5PM (Vancouver train)
7AM 6PM (Seattle train)
8AM 7PM (Portland train)
9AM 8PM (San Francisco train)
10AM 9PM (Los Angeles train)
The trains would run in a continuous loop, stopping in a certain location for an hour during the quiet hours, where they would be inspected. They would most likely have a driver (mind you who knows, in fifty to one hundred years, the technology could certainly be there).
On the Skytrain and LRT routes, I only included the Terminus Stations, because with all the extra stations added, Google was forcing me to put them on multiple pages. Therefore, along the route, stations could be added where seen fit.
Expo - Waterfront - King George
Millenium - Waterfront - VCC-Clark
Canada - Waterfront - YVR - Terminal (Tsawassen Ferry Terminal)
Evergreen - Lougheed - Douglas College
Broadway UBC - Commercial - UBC
Western - Waterfront - Burrard-Broadway
Hastings - Waterfront - Burquitlam
Marine - UBC South - 22nd Street
North Shore - Sperling - Dundrave
South Fraser West - Ladner - King George
South Fraser East - King George - Langley Town Centre
Fraser - Coquitlam Central - Maple Ridge
Boundary Bay Line - Newton - Promenade
Canada - Waterfront to Marine
Millenium / Expo - Waterfront to Stadium-Chinatown
Evergreen Line - Burquitlam Station to Barnet Hwy
Hastings Line - Waterfront to Clark Dr., Duthie Ave. to Burquitlam Station
North Shore Line - Low Level Rd. to Keith Rd., Park Royal Shopping Centre to Dundrave (Terminus) Station
Broadway UBC Line - Alma St. to Main St.
Boundary Bay Line - Sehmiahmoo Shopping Centre to Promenade (Terminus) Station
Fraser Line - Pitt River Rd. to Mary Hill Bypass
PS. The further away from Vancouver you get on my map, the less well-positioned the lines get.