THE Phibbs Exchange may get an upgrade - if TransLink can afford it or if the District of North Vancouver is willing to help pay for it.
As provincial election candidates gear up to debate hot-button issues affecting residents of Surrey, White Rock and Delta, the transit needs of the local ridings are coming to the forefront.
Re: "Trustees cut bus service to Delta's rural students," the Now, April 25.
Too much density would mean too much traffic, on roads already too narrow, residents near 208th Street in Willoughby told Langley Township council Monday.
Chamber Music concert April 13 at 7: 30 p.m. at Crescent Gardens Retirement Community, 1222 King George Blvd., South Surrey. "Come and enjoy an evening of music and support our local talent. Admission is a suggested $5.00 donation, proceeds going to the Peninsula Arts Foundation for music scholarships for youth of the Semiahmoo Peninsula."
The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure Phase 2 Consultation Discussion Guide offers five options to deal with the George Massey Tunnel Replacement Project.
It was safer than usual for bus drivers last year, according to a recent report from Coast Mountain Bus Company.
It was safer than usual for bus drivers in B.C. last year, according to a recent report from Coast Mountain Bus Company.
Thursday, March 28...Computer, eReader, tablet or phone, all can be used to read electronic books including library books. Find out how to borrow ebooks for free at an information session at the New Westminster Public Library, 7 p.m.
Eighty Years Ago -- March 16, 1933
The school board will have some tough decisions to make in its upcoming operating budget. The district's draft budget is currently being finalized, but a major item the school board has already been saying will be a difficult issue is the transportation budget. The district a few weeks ago held a couple of "brainstorming" public meetings to discuss how to deal with a reduction of 47 per cent, or $728,000, in transportation funding.
To the editor: Re: "South Cambie - Then and Now," March 15.
Dear Editor: -- Re: Shuttle stays put, Burnaby NOW, March 1.
Now that the NHL lockout is over, a Delta-based company is thrilled to roll out its buses for Canucks home games.
The Port Mann Bridge appears to be the newest white elephant for taxpayers. Will drivers go back to using the bridge, given ice bombs, black ice and - who knows what's next? Maybe faulty billing to credit cards and misreading of licence plates?
DURING the peak of the holiday season, TransLink will be adjusting schedules.
Tuesday in Burnaby saw a lot of people cursing in their cars as an unexpected overnight snowfall ended up stalling traffic for hours in the morning commute.
It wasn't the winter wonderland people were hoping for before Christmas.
ESL Conversation Circles at the library, drop-ins for adults who want to meet people and practise speaking English. Sessions for all adults take place every Saturday from 10: 30 to 11: 30 a.m.; sessions for women only take place every Friday from 10 to 11 a.m. (children are welcome). The programs are cosponsored by Family Services of Greater Vancouver and held in the library's auditorium at 716 Sixth Ave. Info: 604-5274660.