That’s right, the Reindeer Bus (aka: 9543) has saddled up and is ready to spread some holiday cheer throughout the region. The Reindeer Bus operates out of Vancouver Transit Centre (VTC), so expect to see it on Vancouver streets as soon as tomorrow!
Do not adjust your calendars! #MyTransLink is back again this week!
We started this little social media series back in January 2017, with the hopes of sharing reader-curated photos, captured by our riders, community neighbours and transit enthusiasts, every few weeks . We never could have imagined that in under a year, our hashtag would be used 1,741 times and counting!
That’s a lot of photos you guys!
So going forward, we will be running #MyTransLink weekly until the photos run out (don’t let that happen)! So without further ado, here’s what you’ve captured since last week!
An amazing thing about Metro Vancouver at this time of year is we can experience nearly every season in the span of a day… or a week even! As we enter in to late fall, your photos once again capture the stunning region that we live in for this edition of #MyTransLink.
You’ve asked, and we’ve delivered!
Starting today, Metro Vancouverites, transit enthusiasts, and tourists alike can take transit home… Literally!
To say we’re excited about the launch of our online merchandise store, Translinkstore.ca, would be an understatement. For some time customers have been asking, begging and pleading for the opportunity to get their hands on TransLink swag, and we’re thrilled to give both locals and visitors the chance to show off their love of our Metro Vancouver transit system with transportation themed apparel, home decor, accessories, and more! Read more »
Eighty years ago today, on November 15, 1937, Premier “Duff” Pattullo’s namesake bridge opened to traffic crossing the Fraser River. Built in just a year, the Pattullo Bridge replaced the old two-deck bridge, known today as the New Westminster Rail Bridge.
The Pattullo Bridge was originally tolled at 25¢ per crossing, but was removed in 1952.
On Wednesday, November 15, 2017 the Pattullo Bridge turns 80 years old! Much like an annual physical, we undertake ongoing inspections to ensure the bridge remains safe until its replacement is completed in 2023. We will be closing two lanes of the bridge each night from November 13 – 16, and then again on November 20 to allow a snooper truck to inspect the underside of the bridge deck. Read more »
Colour changing leaves and misty morning fog are just a few of the signs that fall has graced our picturesque cities. With Metro Vancouver transit spanning from land to sea to sky, our riders – and passersby continue to capture beautiful moments from around the region for this edition of #MyTransLink.
Halloween 2017 started on a high note Friday October 27th with none other than a #SkyTrainParty hosted by Vancouver Public Space Network. This annual Halloween-themed celebration transforms SkyTrain with costume-clad commuters, tricks and treats, and even a DJ! This Halloween party is not an official TransLink event, but we love seeing creative passengers enjoying our public transit system! Check out some pictures from the fun night here:
Happy Hallow’s Eve from all of us here at TransLink!
Halloween is a fun and exciting time for kids and adults alike and safety is paramount whether you’re heading out on foot, personal vehicle or via transit. The forecast is calling for a clear and dry evening of tricks and treats.
Our friends at Transit Police have six tips to help you stay safe on transit:
Welcome back to On this day in Buzzer Blog history, a look back at the way things were. Today’s post takes us back to a Friday fun post where we asked if you’ve ever forgotten to buy a FareCard at month’s end — then boarded transit without valid fare?
Heads up Coquitlam Central Station bus users, come October 30, 2017, your bus bay may be moving to make catching your bus a little easier. If you catch a bus at Bay 1, 2, or 4, or ride any of the following bus routes: 153, 171, 172, 173, 174, 185, 186, 187 or 189, on October 30, 2017 you’ll be tapping in from a different bay.
Horray! We’re back again with another eye-catching edition of #MyTransLink. It’s no surprise that our riders and community neighbours take some of the best photos of our region and transit system. We have grown to love sharing your shots across our social channels. Take a look at just a few (there were many to pick from this week) of our favourites!