Fall service changes for TransLink begin in September

Who is heading back to their regular school or work schedule in September? TransLink’s transit services are adjusting with you.

Beginning September 1, you can expect new services and increased trips, service that better matches customer demand during non-peak periods and the return of service to routes travelling to post-secondary institutions. For all the details, go to translink.ca/servicechanges.

TransLink is hosting contest with three transit prizes. Visit TransLink's Facebook page each weekday morning until September 15 after 9 am for a clue to where the Owl icon is hiding. Once you solve the clue, click on the Owl to enter the contest.  

Owl icon for TransLink transit contest  

Learn about all the travel choices in your community by visiting TransLink’s TravelSmart program for information, resources and tips. 

Seasonal service changes occur four times each year in April, June, September and December to bring more service to more people with the resources available.

How else can you stay in touch? Sign up for Transit Alerts at translink.ca/alerts, visit m.translink.ca, follow @TransLink or call Customer Service at 604.953.3333.

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