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Face coverings now available in the TransLink Store

The TransLink store has you covered this summer. After launching authentic transit maps from the system a few weeks ago, the TransLink Store’s now bringing you face coverings!

The face covering features a unique pattern consisting of TransLink’s symbols for bus, SkyTrain, SeaBus and West Coast Express. TransLink’s T icon accents the face covering in the top left corner.

It’s available in a multi-colour and two-tone design, and in adult and kids’ size (approximately for ages 4 to 10).

Double up and save with a two pack (one adult two-tone design and one adult multi-colour design) or a family pack (the multi-colour design in both adult and kids, and the two-tone design in adult and kids).

Visit translinkstore.ca to purchase the face coverings.

The two-tone design in kids’ size.

It’s all part of TransLink’s Wearing is Caring campaign aimed at promoting the use of face coverings and non-medical masks on Metro Vancouver’s transit system.

“We want masks to become a regular part of our transit system,” said TransLink CEO Kevin Desmond in an earlier release. “As part of our Safe Operating Action Plan, we are recommending customers wear a face covering or mask while on transit or waiting for transit, if they are able to do so. If we can get to a point where most people on transit are wearing a face covering or mask, then it will be a safer experience for everyone.”


3 Comments

  • By signking, July 14, 2020 @ 10:21 pm

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  • By Luke Palma, July 15, 2020 @ 1:05 pm

    Can we get them on the uniform site for drivers? This should 100% be an option

  • By Breanna, July 15, 2020 @ 10:37 pm

    I like them

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