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Canada Day transit service, Fri July 1

Canada Day enthusiasts at Canada Place! (Thanks to Canada Place for the photo!)

Wow, it’s Canada Day tomorrow! This means a different transit schedule for the day. It’s more like a a slightly modified Sunday/Holiday schedule to accommodate the celebrations. Myself, I’m looking forward to the fireworks above the Burrard Inlet! Here’s what’s going on transit wise on Canada Day:

Buses will be running a Sunday schedule, with late night trips added on routes 319, 320 and 321 to connect with the last train at Waterfront Station.

SeaBus will run a Sunday schedule, but with a 15-minute evening frequency, and will extend service with a last sailing from Waterfront Station at 1:22 a.m.

SkyTrain will operate on a Saturday schedule, with augmented service through the day and evening.

No West Coast Express servicewill be running on July 1.

And service will return to the regular weekday schedules on Saturday, July 2.

Have a safe and fun Canada Day everyone!


2 Comments

  • By Jimbo, July 3, 2011 @ 8:27 am

    Looking at the Translink Calendar there are Fare Gate information kiosks open on Mon July 4th and Tues July 5th.

    This is exciting! Will the Buzzer blog be reporting on this?

    http://www.translink.ca/en/About-TransLink/Events-Calendar.aspx

    “TransLink staff will be on hand to provide the public with information about the upcoming construction faregates at Commercial-Broadway Station. Customers will have the opportunity to look at station renderings and ask questions.”

  • By Robert Willis - Buzzer Editor, July 4, 2011 @ 7:56 am

    Hi Jimbo,

    It is exciting! The Electronic Farecards and Fare Gates section (within Projects) of the Be Part of The Plan page – http://www.translink.ca/en/Be-Part-of-the-Plan.aspx covers most of what is going on and will be updated regularly. I’ll be covering the construction, but mostly from a different angle.

    Thanks for the question!
    Robert

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