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#MyTransLink – January 23

Here we go again! This week’s edition of #MyTransLink once again shares some stunning photos captured by YOU! Our snap-happy customers, community neighbours and transit enthusiasts. Here’s a small sampling of our favourites since last week.

The commuter. #canada #richmond #mytranslink #bus #translink

A post shared by Lichi (@lc_h0016) on

Newsflash: Vancouver is rainy ? #mytranslink #vancouver #granville

A post shared by liz taitt (@liztaitt) on

Continued thanks goes out to our in-transit photographers for sharing your point of view with us. If your photos didn’t make it in, please keep shooting and posting with the hashtag #MyTransLink for a chance to be featured next time. We’re continually amazed and overwhelmed with the volume of amazing photos being shared. Thank you!

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Simply follow us on Twitter and Instagram, tag us and use the hashtag #MyTransLink.

Author: Sarah Kertcher


  • By Joe "AvgeekJoe" Kunzler, A 12 for Transit, January 23, 2018 @ 4:12 pm

    Greatly humbled and very grateful to make #MyTransLink again. My image is also on Fine Art America:

    Thanks again;


  • By Erik H., January 24, 2018 @ 3:01 pm

    I’m surprised at your request for photos – I was visiting your lovely city back in August 2016 prior to staring a cruise, and spent quite a bit of time taking photos of your transit system. I actually had one of your drivers stop his bus, leap out and immediately question why I was taking pictures of buses, and that “I had been reported” by other drivers. Is it a crime to take photographs of buses in British Columbia? I tried to respond in a friendly manner but he was just angry and then stormed off.

    I know you don’t run the bus system in Victoria but I also had a less than pleasant experience in Victoria simply asking a driver a question at the end of her route… Let’s just say those experiences left quite the impression on me and not in a good way…

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