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4 Winter safety tips for transit this season

Winter is coming to Metro Vancouver, and we want to help you be weather-wise by giving you four Winter Safety Tips for transit this season.

1. Hold on!

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Winter is coming! How TransLink prepares for wintry weather

Winter officially doesn’t arrive for another month-and-a-half, but at TransLink, customer safety is our number one priority. In anticipation of adverse winter weather conditions, our operating companies have plans in place to ensure service stays as reliable as possible for you.

We work expeditiously before and during winter to ensure our buses — including our trolleybus fleet — and SkyTrain all continue to run smoothly, so that we can get you home safe. But, as you know, sometimes traffic woes and slippery roads mean there are some inadvertent delays.

Read on to find out what this means for your winter commute.

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The December 2017 issue of The Buzzer is now on the system

Happy holidays! The December 2017 print Buzzer is now on the system.

This season’s issue is dedicated in part to Winter Service Changes as well as tips for winter transit travel to keep you on the go!

Make sure to watch out for our upcoming Bus Route Buzz posts for a more in-depth look at our seasonal service changes.

Remember! Service Changes begin Monday, December 18, 2017.

In this issue we introduce all-door boarding to the 95 and 96 B-Line buses and remind you how you can take transit home!

As always, we have our favourites – Contest Corner, Back Issues and Coming Events!

Pick it up today on the bus, SkyTrain, SeaBus and West Coast Express or you can download it here.

Happy reading!

Author: Sarah Kertcher