Category Archives: transit

Custom Transit Service Delivery Review Stakeholder Workshops

DABC has received the following notice from TransLink: Dear HandyDART Stakeholder: You’re invited! In June 2016, the TransLink Board committed to undertake a review of the delivery model and policies for HandyDART. This was in response to a number of … Continue reading

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TransLink Update on Compass Card Faregate Closure

DABC has received the following notice from TransLink: TransLink is currently working toward the installation of new proximity-sensor entrances to allow hands-free fare gate access for customers with a disability that prevents them from tapping a Compass Card. We estimate … Continue reading

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News Release: Government provides Compass Cards to BC Bus Pass holders

The BC provincial government has issued this news release on the transition from the BC Bus Pass to Compass Cards. https://news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2016SDSI0010-000507

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Important Notice Re: BC Bus Pass holders in TransLink Service Area

The following notice is from the Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation: In the past, BC Bus Pass clients received a new bus pass in the mail each year in December. This year, the BC Bus Pass clients will … Continue reading

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TaxiSavers: COSCO & BCCPD Applaud TransLink & the Community

The Council of Senior Citizens Organizations (COSCO) and the BC Coalition of People with Disabilities (BCCPD) applauds the TransLink Board for reversing its plan to eliminate the TaxiSaver Program. We would also like to congratulate the organizations and individuals who … Continue reading

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TaxiSaver Community Forum

TaxiSaver Cuts Community Forum Tuesday, June 19, 1-3:30pm Vancouver City Hall 453 West 12 Ave TownHall Meeting Room Wheelchair accessible. Sign language interpreters. Everyone is welcome. Please join us on Tuesday, June 19, from 1 to 3:30pm, to discuss the … Continue reading

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