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The couch toad

There comes a time when a toad from the depths of a flea invested couch that has been marinating In a garbage dump has his hairy mess of an arm brushing up and down your moist arm with the momentum of the bus. 309 more words


SkyTrain problem hits Canada Line

UPDATE: TransLink says the problem has now been fixed and service restored.

TransLink is reporting a power outage at the YVR/Airport station. The TransLink Twitter account… 355 more words


UPDATE: Canada Line power outage resolved

WATCH: Commuters deal with more Skytrain headaches today. Are the latest troubles exposing a serious and ongoing flaw in the system?

UPDATE: Canada Line power outage has been cleared. 221 more words


Third SkyTrain glitch in a week slows Vancouver morning commute

A switch problem in a train at Waterfront station this morning caused delays in Vancouver SkyTrain users’ morning commute.

This followed quickly on the heels of massive disruptions to service Monday and last Thursday. 74 more words


Vancouver mayor on Skytrain chaos: 'We can't have it happen again'

WATCH: Commuters frustrated by more delays on Skytrain system. But as Tanya Beja reports, it only compounded frustrations and increases calls for a review.

Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson says he would like to see mayors in the region have more say in the way the public transit system is run after Skytrain was… 432 more words


No SkyTrain for you! Frustrated commuters vent on Twitter

It’s a rough week to be the people behind the curtain at TransLink’s Twitter account.

For the third time week, SkyTrain passengers on the Millennium and Expo lines found themselves sardined in crowded cars as announcements came over the public address system warning of morning delays heading into downtown Vancouver. 256 more words


Delays on SkyTrain between Commercial and Waterfront

VANCOUVER – Translink says SkyTrain delays between Commercial-Broadway and Waterfront Station in downtown Vancouver Wednesday morning resulted from a switch problem at Waterfront.

At about 6:45 a.m., trains were stopped for about seven minutes. 116 more words