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“Ask Me”: one more place to turn for transit help

“Ask Me”: one more place to turn for transit help

Just one more note for visitors to our region!

You might see a lot of locals wearing red “Ask Me” buttons during the Games, and it’s to encourage you to talk to them if you need help navigating the transit system.

(They are mentioned in this guide to recognizing your transit staff too!)

We reached out to these residents through our Employer Pass Program, where employees can get discounted transit passes if 25 or more sign up from the same company. The program serves over 20,000 people, and so far 7,000 have agreed to wear the buttons! Thanks so much!

So it’s just one more way to get transit help if you need it. We will also have transit hosts in blue coats standing at key SkyTrain stations and bus exchanges throughout the Olympic period who can also lend a hand

You can also try the Customer Information line at 604-953-3333, which will be open from 5:30 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. to help you out.


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