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
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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
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
So Translink’s fares have increased again – just what we need in this time of financial downturn, when we’ve just fallen into a double dip recession. 1,164 more words
Union representing suspended Skytrain worker says punishment inappropriate; issues flagged previously
WATCH: TransLink’s Chief Operating Officer Doug Kelsey answers questions about Monday’s system-wide shutdown at a press conference
VANCOUVER – Translink says it was human error that led to Monday’s SkyTrain shut down, causing about five hours of commuter chaos. 416 more words
Human error is to blame for Monday’s SkyTrain shutdown, according to TransLink.
Both the Millenium and Expo SkyTrain lines were down for approximately five hours on Monday because an electrician installing a circuit breaker for the under-construction Evergreen Line accidentally tripped the main breaker feeding critical systems at SkyTrain’s operations centre, the transit authority has learned. 291 more words