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Winter Travel Guide

Winter travel can be challenging – but if you stay warm, bright, and properly prepared, you can strut with confidence.




Winter Travel Tips

  • Go slow and step carefully, the floors may be slippery.

  • Hang on while the bus or train is in motion.

  • Walk, don’t rush for your train or bus.

  • Wear shoes with good grip that are good for ice and snow.

  • Dress warmly as you may be outside for longer than normal.

  • Wear clothing that is visible with reflective accessories.

  • Allow for extra commuting time. Transit may be busier than usual, and there may be longer waits for certain services.

  • Watch for your bus. Drivers may not be able to pull into a bus stop, and instead will stop in an area that is safe and accessible nearby.

  • Be courteous and give your fellow passengers space. 

  • Avoid touching your face and sanitize often. 


Tools and Support

When travelling in winter, remember to:

  • Plan ahead: use Trip Planner to know where you’re going and give yourself extra time in case there are unexpected delays.

  • Check for disruptions by visiting the Alerts page, or sign up for Transit Alerts to get real-time updates sent straight to your phone or through email.

  • Ask for help from our Customer Information Team — via Twitter, Live Chat, or phone (604.953.3333).


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