The Burrard Chinook, Translink’s latest SeaBus, features artwork from three Indigenous artists Kelly Cannell, Siobhan Joseph, and Angela George from the three local Nations
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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 – […]
Translink has announced that once again there will be free transit New Year’s Eve in Metro Vancouver. From 5:00pm on December 31, 2016 until 5:00am on January 1, 2017 there will be no charge to ride the entire system and all fare gates will be open.
On Monday, December 19th, 22 bus routes changed in the Tri-Cities to integrate into the new Millennium Line Evergreen Extension. The Evergreen Extension added six new SkyTrain stations to the Millennium line, allowing passengers in Port Moody, Coquitlam, and Port Coquitlam to connect to the wider transit network. Bus Route Changes Started on December 19 […]
Once the Evergreen Extension opens, Metro Vancouver’s SkyTrain network will become the longest, driverless, automated rapid transit system in the world. Just ahead of this transition, that extends the Millennium Line to Coquitlam through Burnaby and Port Moody, some SkyTrain network changes have come into effect to ease this integration. SkyTrain Network Changes Now in […]