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A 10 Year Vision for Improving Transit in Metro Vancouver

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In January, TransLink launched the first transit improvements set out in Phase One of the Ten Year Vision. That means more transit and less congestion on the roads, increased SkyTrain frequency, more SeaBus, bus and HandyDART trips – making space for 185,000 more people per week to take transit! What’s New SkyTrain On weekdays – […]

Vancouver Photos of the Week: SeaBus

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There is another theme to this week’s roundup of photos from the Miss604 Flickr Pool as I’m still down in Austin for South by Southwest: The SeaBus – faithfully transporting commuters to and from the North Shore across Burrard Inlet. I’ll return to the regular photo collection once we get back above the 49th parallel […]

Transit Fares on the Rise

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When you head down to 7-Eleven Thursday morning to purchase your monthly transit fare card don’t be fooled — Translink’s fare hikes kick into effect April 1st bumping up pre-paid fares by at least 10%. Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr I put a reminder out on Twitter and @reneestephen replied saying it now costs […]

Vancouver 2010 Bus Schedules and Transportation

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Last night John was looking over street closures during the Vancouver 2010 Olympics and trying to figure out his new public transit route to work. I would imagine many who work in or around downtown Vancouver are also going through this phase of planning their commute (if they haven’t taken two weeks holiday during this […]

New Seabus Pacific Breeze Now in Operation

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Since 1977 the Seabus has nautically connected downtown Vancouver and the North Shore. With a lot of pressure on the Burrard Otter and Burrard Beaver, today Translink officially launched a third vessel into operation and I was there for the maiden (media) voyage of the Burrard Pacific Breeze. My pal Dave, who has been covering […]