We continue to salt and sand bus loops and SkyTrain stations, but please use caution in these areas and remember to dress warmly in anticipation of potential delays.

Expect extra crowding on some routes To provide improved traction, many articulated buses may be switched with standard, 40 foot buses. This will mean some modified service, with increased crowding and the possibility of passups in some areas.

HandyDART is currently operating regular service, but is experiencing delays in the Tri-City and Vancouver areas.

Expo and Millennium Lines are running consistently, but with reduced frequency due to the need to have staff on each train to watch for weather-related problems on the tracks. Please be prepared to wait longer on the platform between trains.

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Coast Mountain Bus Company

TransLink's largest operating company, Coast Mountain Bus Company Ltd. (CMBC), operates over 96 per cent of the region's bus service including state-of-the-art clean diesel buses and zero-emission trolleys. Contracted companies, including West Vancouver Blue Bus and community shuttle services, operate the remaining four per cent of regional bus service.

CMBC also operates the SeaBus passenger ferries, a vital link between North Vancouver and downtown Vancouver, which cross the Burrard Inlet.

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