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  1. The site of the toilet warehouse is set to become a permanent and more exciting transit facility... https://dailyhive.com/vancouver/225-north-road-coquitlam-skytrain-omc-maintenance-centre-translink?fbclid=IwAR3mhjnC1J67h8CMVjh5pRZySiGzHKRgi6jnr3r7X1FMyvnw8t2V3H_RyCQ
  2. A police incident involving the use of pepper spray occurred aboard 19524 yesterday evening. https://www.burnabynow.com/local-news/pepper-spray-used-in-a-burnaby-bus-one-person-in-hospital-3216163?fbclid=IwAR1pVsIBfyCp8eyaRAMGg9dvT9xjNWsFRDFT3dMOqAOZ5GpNOQEh7IwsxzM
  3. The 66 FVX may be extended to Lougheed Mall in 2022... https://dailyhive.com/vancouver/bc-transit-fraser-valley-express-lougheed-town-centre?fbclid=IwAR36AItPmMK_5bATNkT1HmQn7PP8z75Iy_9bmF-C0WYHMkUTnZqdkiM302o
  4. That’s a good point; I looked online and I can’t make out any differences. If anyone is able to provide some insight, I’d appreciate it!
  5. Yes, a privately held virtual event open to all 5,800+ members of a prominent local Facebook Group... who are you trying to impress?
  6. With all due respect, why does it matter that you saw it too?
  7. This station probably won’t be a terminus for any bus routes, so I don’t think that’s a concern.
  8. In a way, I like the stacked text because it does display more information, but I think that more specificity could be better achieved by expanding the utilization of different frames (i.e. destination VIA street/location). I think that some people may have a hard time making out the signage now that it’s dramatically smaller. Further, as demonstrated by the 10 showing “Downtown to Waterfront”, I think they need to be more mindful of what these signs display. Even with the 119 showing “Kingsway to Edmonds“, I don’t see it as being of much use to anyone boarding a bus on Kingsway. I think
  9. Maybe if you ask nicely.
  10. On Halloween in 2007, the driver of 2147 was assaulted and the bus was later set on fire. There was a bit of uncertainty about whether or not the bus would be repaired, but it did eventually return to service in 2011 following extensive repairs to a lot of critical electrical components that were damaged by fire and then water. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/vancouver-bus-driver-assaulted-on-halloween-night-1.690636
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