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  1. The 239 has to be cut. It would be the height of stupidity to run it along with the new B-Line. Literally the only stops that will be left without service are nothing stops like Cotton and Gladstone.
  2. This actually makes a lot of sense if the hours are really that even. The 257 does need an article on every trip, and NIS from BTC to Cambie and Dunsmuir is probably just as easy as it is from the West Van depot most of the time.
  3. It would be a good idea, in terms of NIS time and reliability, to do that before the 41 is converted to trolley service. Those 20 and 8 trippers have a long way to go to get back to the yard, and you certainly don't want them both lining up behind a single 41, after doing their useless NB 'to 41st' trip. It could also create a more reliable routing for 7, 14, and 16 runs going back to the yard from East Van--from Kingsway and Victoria to the bottom of the hill, and then straight west on Marine Drive.
  4. Cool. My hope is it will route via Kingsway/McKay on every SB trip. If both the 110 and 144 do this and load on Central, then the 119 can do the loop in the opposite direction by routing via Bonsor WB and via McKay EB.
  5. Looking forward to the route being split. "To Boundary" trips should happen FROM 22nd Stn to HTC, never from Brighouse only to HTC. Even if the skytrain is closed, all EB trips should just finish the run across the bridge, in my opinion.