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  1. Route maps and schedules for the upcoming sheet are available online: 430 (One additional trip to Metrotown - every 15 min. between 5pm -6pm) http://infomaps.translink.ca/Public_Timetables/149/tt430.pdf
  2. neopasturquoise

    Vancouver general sightings and notes

    The bus stop at the airport is now moved to outside the domestic arrivals level 1 (same floor, but much closer to the terminal).
  3. neopasturquoise

    Central Fraser Valley

    FVX service expansion starting in September - 4 more round trips added to weekends and holidays https://bctransit.com/central-fraser-valley/news/article?nid=1403650592817
  4. Route maps for the upcoming sheet are available online: http://infomaps.translink.ca/Route_Diagrams/146/r408.pdf
  5. From Bus Service Alerts: "The final 250 weekday trip leaving Homer at Dunsmuir at 1:10 am does not travel to Horseshoe Bay anymore. It now terminates at Marine and Creery."
  6. The confusion is mainly caused by the C numbering. They should have numbered the shuttle routes based on the regions (eg. 318> C38), but there were too many 3XX routes which were downsized to shuttle routes. I guess they shouldn't renumber the routes at all back in 2002.
  7. I prefer 418 because it’s somewhat related to the 410 and it will be extended to Riverport in the long term.
  8. Not sure why they are not using 114, 115 and 117...the 14x are more like north burnaby routes. Also, I thought they are planning to cancel the C87 due to low ridership.
  9. Schedules and maps for the April sheet are available online: http://infomaps.translink.ca/Route_Diagrams/141/r068.pdf http://infomaps.translink.ca/Public_Timetables/141/tt068.pdf
  10. I prefer option #2, you don't need two local routes after the introduction of B-Line. People will just wait for the 502 even if the 503 comes first because they think the 503 is an express route. With the shorter route, they can run the 503 more often during the peak periods (every 15 or 20 minutes).