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Meet our newest contributor – Jessica!

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Welcome Jessica!

Hello hello! Although, you may have seen a few of my posts already, I’m happy to get my official introduction to you.

While I’m relatively new to the TransLink communications team, I’m not new to the organization.

Previously, I worked in communications at Coast Mountain Bus Company, where I learned the nitty gritty about the bus world. Now that I’m a quasi bus nerd, I’ve become the go-to bus expert in communications.

Like most of my TransLink peeps, I use transit ALL. THE. TIME. Although I share a car with my husband, it’s so busy in Vancouver and I absolutely hate traffic, so I much prefer to walk or take SkyTrain (hello, Mark III).

My favourite bus route is #99 – I love that I never have to check the schedule and it’s super handy for me!

My best transit memory was when I was working at Coast Mountain Bus Company, I had the opportunity to learn more about Transit Security firsthand. Read more about my experience in Bike Patrol training.

I will hopefully be posting and interacting with all of you on a regular basis.

Stay tuned to the blog so you’re in the loop on new and exciting TransLink projects.

Some of my favourite things include:

  • Chicken strips and fries (I’m 29 going on 12)
  • All things CATS!
  • Reality TV (it’s so bad, it’s good)
  • My weekend wardrobe: aka jeans and hoodies
  • Costco (my faves: peanut butter, cereal, rotisserie chickens and pot pie)

Fun Facts:

  • First job: McDonald’s, but mostly in the drive-thru. That’s where they put the all-stars.
  • First car: ‘89 Dodge Aries in maroon. The lock on the driver’s side door was broken, so I’d unlock it on the passenger side and crawl over to the driver’s seat EVERY TIME.
  • Favourite chain restaurant: Red Robin. The only place where you can get a plate of fries as an appy for FREE!

Author: Jessica Hewitt


1 Comment

  • By Raymond, September 14, 2016 @ 8:46 pm

    Hi Jessica

    Very nice to meet you, i take transit regulary.

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