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More about the December 29 bus service improvements

This is our biggest service improvement yet: 14.7 million extra trips were added to the Metro Vancouver region! [1]

This is our biggest service improvement yet: 14.7 million extra trips were added to the Metro Vancouver region!

While you can find the full list of Dec. 29 bus service improvements in the print Buzzer [2], I also wanted to direct you to the full list of service changes [3] on the TransLink website.

I’ve also got some more information about the overall service changes, and some highlights and further info behind many individual service improvements. Shall we?

Overall info

About this round of changes…

About this whole year of changes

Watch out for more expansion in 2009

South of Fraser area improvements (Surrey, Delta, White Rock & Langley)

Riders in Surrey will get three new bus routes starting December 29. [5]

Riders in Surrey will get three new bus routes starting December 29.

Three new routes and more!

Burnaby and New Westminster improvements

The new #125 route will mean less buses congesting the Metrotown Loop, where the #130 is currently heading! [6]

The new #125 route will mean less buses congesting the Metrotown Loop, where the #130 is currently heading!

New route: the #125 Patterson Station/BCIT!

Other improvements: SFU routes, #169 improvements, N19 to New Westminster

Vancouver improvements

Updates to the #33, #3, #17, #25, #41

North Shore improvements

North Vancouver service will see a boost, thanks to Capilano University joining the U-Pass program in January 2009. [7]

North Vancouver service will see a boost, thanks to Capilano University joining the U-Pass program in January 2009.

Capilano University joins the Vancity U-Pass program

63 new low-floor buses for North Vancouver!

Maple Ridge – Pitt Meadows improvements

The rest of the service improvements

There are many more improvements than those listed here – you can find the full list of service changes [3] on the TransLink website, or in the print Buzzer [2]. This blog post was just to cover many of the highlights found in these changes, and give you a bit more information behind certain route changes!