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Canada Day Weekend Holiday Service for #Canada150

Saturday July 1 marks Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation!

SkyTrain, SeaBus, and bus will all be running on a Sunday/Holiday schedule [2] with additional service to help you get to and from your Canada Day celebrations.

Beginning at 4 p.m., access to Waterfront Station will be modified to ensure customer comfort and safety during crowded periods. The Howe Street entrance will become exit only. SkyTrain staff and Transit Police will be on hand to redirect customers to the Cordova Street entrance.

As well, a reminder that new transit fares take effect on July 1 [3] to help fund the largest transit expansion in nearly a decade. Fares will increase 5 to 10 cents for single fares, 25 cents for DayPasses and $1 to $2 for Monthly Passes.

Access to Waterfront Station will be modified, beginning at 4 p.m.

Access to Waterfront Station will be modified, beginning at 4 p.m.

SkyTrain

Bus

Please be advised that due to events across the region, many buses are being detoured or re-routed on July 1 and July 2. For a full list of bus detours, visit translink.ca/alerts [4] or use Trip Planner.

SeaBus

West Coast Express

For the first time, West Coast Express will run a Canada Day Express train [5] to get you to Canada Day festivities!

Monday, July 3

Know before you go!

Use our handy Trip Planner [8] to check your route and schedule times prior to leaving. The information noted here is subject to change. For the latest and most up-to-date information, bookmark translink.ca [9] on your mobile device so you can know on the go.

Customer Information can be reached at 604.953.3333 or tweet us @TransLink [10].

Using transit for your return trip? Avoid lining up and buy your return Compass ticket for your return trip in advance. See something that isn’t safe on transit? Text 87-77-77, call 604-515-8300 or download the app [11] to notify Transit Police.

Have a fun and safe Canada Day everyone!

Author: Sarah Kertcher