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One last reminder: take the Buzzer blog reader survey

What it may look like as a Buzzer reader diligently fills in our survey.

One last time: please take the 2011 Buzzer blog reader survey, if you haven’t already!

Yes, I’m going to beat this topic to death, but it’s for a good cause: we here at the Buzzer (all two of us) are dying to know more about you and what you think of the blog so far—plus where you think we could improve for the future.

It’s only 12 questions long and we’d like as many of you to fill it out as possible, so we really get a sense of who our readership is and what you’re thinking!

Even if you’re just a casual reader, please do take a few minutes and fill out the survey, and tell all your friends to as well :) The survey will close on Tuesday, April 26, 2011 at noon (that’s tomorrow!)

Important note: I’m running this survey using SurveyMonkey, which is a US-based survey tool. So please take note that by clicking on the following survey link, you give your consent that any information you provide may be stored on servers outside of Canada. (PS: none of the questions ask for emails or personally identifying info, just general age/gender stuff and readership notes.)


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3 Comments

  • By Jacob, April 26, 2011 @ 10:52 am

    I just figured out something that can save you money on transit for children!
    The WCE return fare lets you go on all of translink’s services for one whole day http://www.westcoastexpress.com/fareticket.asp?PageID=FARE , so if a concession fare from maple meadows to port haney only costs 5.75, isn’t it cheaper than a $7 daypass?

  • By Cliff, April 26, 2011 @ 2:00 pm

    It’s been that way for ages. The real smart money is buying WCE 28-day passes for Port Moody to Port Haney instead of three zone monthly passes.

    If you don’t live near a WCE station and can’t be bothered to make a monthly trip to one to get your pass (PoCo-PoMo tickets can’t be bought at machines at Waterfront), you can purchase them at WCE’s office at Waterfront by calling in advance and picking it up.

    If you live near a station, you can also purchase an add-fare to a one zone ticket and have it be cheaper and last longer than a normal three zone or daypass ticket. A useful tip for those who board at WCE stations.

  • By Eugene T.S. Wong, April 26, 2011 @ 7:49 pm

    Thanks for the info, guys.

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