SkyTrain Tracker by Nate Iversen

Rider channels passion for electronics to create an LED SkyTrain tracker

Walt Disney famously said, "If you can dream it, you can do it." Nate Iversen dreamed it and did it — creating an LED map of Metro Vancouver's…


A portrait of a TransLink office employee in a meeting room with people in background

TransLink named one of BC’s Top Employers for 2024

TransLink has once again been recognized as one of BC’s Top Employers — for the 10th year in a row! BC’s Top Employers is an annual list from the…


Vancouver Coastal Health Richmond Hospital

Q&A: Vancouver Coastal Health reflects on being a Transit-Friendly Employer

Vancouver Coastal Health, one of British Columbia's five regional health authorities, is one of the newest organizations certified by TransLink as a…


Front of West Point Grey Academy

Q&A: West Point Grey Academy reflects on being a Transit-Friendly Employer

West Point Grey Academy, an independent JK-12 school in Vancouver, is one of newest organizations certified by TransLink as a Transit-Friendly…


Chris Chan delivers his travel training workshop to a group of participants at Lansdowne Station

TransLink wins two national awards for EDI and communications

TransLink has picked up two national awards as part of the Canadian Urban Transit Association (CUTA)’s annual awards program. It honours…


Peter Chun

Peter Chun looks back on 13 years of service for Remembrance Day

Before Peter Chun joined Coast Mountain Bus Company earlier this year as maintenance manager at the Vancouver Transit Centre bus depot, he served 13…


Joshua gets off the bus and Jason gets on the SkyTrain

How travel training is transforming lives of students with diverse abilities

  When Joshua Li was diagnosed with autism at age six, his mom Brianna Qiu worried that he would never be independent. And up until recently,…


Community Transit Volunteer Er Jun Ma standing behind a Waterfront Station entrance

Aspiring urban planner shares takeaways after one year as a transit volunteer

Er Jun Ma advocates for transit and that’s why he joined the Community Transit Volunteer Program. As an urban planning student, Er Jun approaches his…


Joe Average holding a card with the Bee Line art

TransLink’s Pride bus: “Bee Line” by Joe Average

To reconnect Pride to our community, we’re honoured to partner with Joe Average to create a one-of-a-kind bus wrap featuring his iconic piece, Bee…


Photo of Priyanka Agrawal

TransLink staff celebrate Canadian Multiculturalism Day

Priyanka Agrawal Canadians across the country celebrate Canadian Multiculturalism Day on June 27. It honours the many cultural communities that help…


A co-branded Modo and TransLink Vanpool sedan, with people to the side

Thomas shares his stress-free way to commute 80 kilometres everyday by car

“I don’t think I’d go back the other way,” says Thomas Shields, a steamfitter, about his new way of commuting by car. He drives about 40 kilometres…


A planner from TransLink accepts the PIBC Award

TransLink wins award for rapid implementation guide for bikeways

The Planning Institute of British Columbia (PIBC) has awarded TransLink the Gold Award in the category of Research & New Directions in Planning…


Zachary holds up TransLink scout badge

Scouts design TransLink’s first-ever scout badge

Scout badges represent a scout’s achievement and a reminder of their adventures and the challenges they’ve overcome. To Zachary, it’s twice as…


Portrait of bus operator Mohammed Ali

Viral video captures bus operator serenading customer on her birthday

In a popular video shared to Twitter, bus operator Mohammed Ali showed off his vocal skills when he serenaded a customer with a special song for her…


Transit Police Community Safety Officer David Shin holds up his badge

Answering the call: David’s journey to serving his community

Ever since he was a youth, David Shin has coveted a career in helping people. And he’s found just that as Metro Vancouver Transit Police’s first…


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