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Fewer buses on the road for stat holiday

Transit will run on the Sunday/holiday schedule for the new stat holiday, B.C. Family Day, on Monday. - translink
Transit will run on the Sunday/holiday schedule for the new stat holiday, B.C. Family Day, on Monday.
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Buses, SkyTrain and SeaBus will run on the Sunday/hoilday schedule on the Monday stat holiday, B.C.'s first Family Day.

The Sunday/holiday fares will also be in effect.

However, West Coast Express won't operate on Monday, a TransLink spokesperson said.

All transit services will be back on their regular weekday schedules as of Tuesday, Feb. 12.

For more information, visit translink.ca.

 

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