We continue to salt and sand bus loops and SkyTrain stations, but please use caution in these areas and remember to dress warmly in anticipation of potential delays.

Expect extra crowding on some routes To provide improved traction, many articulated buses have been switched with standard, 40 foot buses. This will mean some modified service, with increased crowding and the possibility of passups in some areas.

HandyDART is currently operating regular service.

SeaBus Seismic and Accessibility Upgrade

Rendering of new SeaBus terminal

As part of the TransLink Maintenance and Repair Program, we began seismic and accessibility upgrade works at the south SeaBus terminal in spring 2018. The purpose of the project is to bring the south terminal up to current seismic standards, as well as improve accessibility.

Constructed in 1976, TransLink’s SeaBus terminals were built without consideration for seismic events, as per building codes at the time. The north terminal is built primarily on water, but the south terminal is located on soil that will liquefy under a significant seismic event.

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