TRANSLINK says bus customers are seeing delays as road conditions are changing by the minute and some buses are re-routing around challenging areas.
Due to road closures throughout the District of West Vancouver, some bus routes are unable to have service at those locations.
All other routes throughout Metro Vancouver are running service but at a slower than normal pace than a typical weekday.
TransLink says it is in constant communication with municipalities recommending which roads most need salting and plowing. Snow shuttles with tire socks are in place in more challenging areas.
It adds that its best advice is for customers to check their specific route before travelling.
SkyTrain is providing regular service to all stations. To prevent emergency braking triggered by snowfall, SkyTrain attendants are positioned at the front of trains. Staff are also positioned on platforms to de-ice train doors as they enter stations. This may result in slower service than normal.
HandyDART is prioritizing customers with medical appointments.
SeaBus and West Coast Express
With adverse road conditions throughout Metro Vancouver, TransLink says its snow plan for severe weather is active. Extra staff are deployed throughout the system to keep transit moving as best we are able.
It says its best advice for customers is to sign up for Transit Alerts, consult its Trip Planner, or follow it on Twitter @TransLink for the most up-to-date information and route-specific information.