TransLink service changes spring into effect on April 14

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Today, TransLink’s service changes spring into effect across Metro Vancouver. These changes will improve travel times, efficiency and access to bus services.

Highlights:

  • New 96 B-Line stops at 104th Ave and 140th Street, and at King George Boulevard and 80th Ave.
  • Three new trips traveling from Upper Lonsdale to the Lonsdale Quay have been added, increasing service for the 230 to every 15 minutes.
  • Changes to the C41 improves peak periods connections to the West Coast Express at the Pitt Meadows and Maple Meadows stations.

Seasonal enhancements include:

  • Weekend/holiday SeaBus service increases to every 15 minutes;
  • Two 620 trips each hour, up from one per hour, coinciding with summer ferry service; and
  • Summer-only services like the 150 White Pine Beach and C26 Buntzen Lake.
  • The 9, 25, 28, 41, 43, 44, 84, 125, 130, 143, 145, 239 routes, serving post-secondary schools, are modified until September.

To learn more about the April service changes or to enter a contest for your chance to win a HUGE chocolate bunny, visit translink.ca/servicechanges.

You can also stay informed about route changes through the following channels:

  • Subscribe to receive Transit Alerts by email or text message at translink.ca/alerts
  • Follow TransLink on Twitter at @translink
  • Call Customer Information at 604-953-3333

 

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