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Safety around School bus
With school buses back on the road, as a parent you might be worried about safety in school bus and around school. According to the digital journal, School bus accidents may only represent a small number of total accidents. [...] (Read Article)
March 26 2015 - 'Blood' Oozing From Vancouver Bus Ceiling, Horrifies Riders (VIDEO) Nothing like a scene out of a horror movie to go with your daily bus ride, amirite? A YouTube video (watch above) shows what looks like blood spurting from the ceiling of a Vancouver bus. The red liquid gushed from several spots on the 99 B-Line bus to the University of British Columbia, creating a sizable puddle on the floor. "What is that? It stinks," a passenger is heard saying on the video ...
March 25 2015 - Blood-red fluid causes bus nightmare A packed bus ride through Vancouver turned into a nightmare for passengers, who noticed what appeared to be blood pouring down from the roof to the floor.
March 20 2015 - Bus rapid transit construction set for summer The C-Tran Board of Directors on Thursday approved three key contracts for a planned bus rapid transit system in Vancouver, clearing one of the final hurdles before the project begins construction this summer.
March 18 2015 - Transit referendum: UBC's A Cappella club hits the Yes note Members of University of British Columbia's A Cappella club have lent their voices to the Yes side in Metro Vancouver's transit referendum. The group's I Bus Around parody of the Beach Boys 1964 hit I Get Around urges students to vote in the upcoming referendum. The video's had about 2,000 hits by Wednesday morning, after it launched on UBC's Alma Mater Student Society's YouTube page on Monday ...
March 17 2015 - In Vancouverâs transit referendum, vote âYesâ Exasperation at a public-transit agency is probably an inevitable fact of life in urban Canada. So the voters of the Lower Mainland of British Columbia shouldnât reflexively react to delays on bus routes and other such frustrations, by voting âNoâ ...
March 04 2015 - Entire class at Vancouver school misses bus; teacher forgot VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) â An entire class of first-graders at a Vancouver elementary school missed their bus because their teacher lost track of time. One mother, Melanie Smart, tells KATU (http://bit.ly/1BSFTtp ) her heart stopped Monday when her son didn't get off the bus, then she was notified to pick him up at Salmon Creek Elementary School. ...
March 01 2015 - Bus shelters top TransLink complaint The biggest complaint for often rain-soaked transit riders is the lack of comprehensive bus shelters throughout Metro Vancouver at TransLinkâs 8,302 bus stops.
February 15 2015 - Retailers demand province abandon separate transit tax Retailers object to adding a third tax in point-of-sale terminals. The Retail Council of Canada is vowing to oppose the Metro Vancouver transit referendum unless the provincial government agrees to simply add the proposed 0.5 per cent sales tax to the existing PST instead of creating a new tax.
January 28 2015 - Dr. Patricia Daly urges 'yes' vote in transit referendum Vancouver Coastal Health's chief medical health officer is urging resident to vote yet to a new 0.5 per cent regional tax to fund a list of Lower Mainland transportation projects âÂ saying strong public transit has a direct link to better public health. "We know from studies that we've done that people who use public transit get about 40 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity that ...
January 16 2015 - 5 free things to see and do in Vancouver, from parks to historic sites Vancouver is consistently ranked as one of the world's most livable cities. The city offers diverse ethnic neighbourhoods, old and new, and lots of options for shopping and dining. But many of the west coast Canadian port city's most beautiful attractions are free. Public art dots the urban landscape and there are miles of beaches and forested walks readily accessible by transit bus or train.
January 06 2015 - C-Tran argues it's within legal authority on BRT C-Tran insists that it is within its statutory authority in pursuing and building a bus rapid transit system in Vancouver, responding to a lawsuit filed by a group of citizens last month.
January 02 2015 - Vancouver looks to Los Angeles for insight on transit referendum Vancouverâs regional mayors are asking voters to approve a half-per-cent sales tax to pay for $7.5-billion worth of projects over 10 years, including a subway from Commercial to Arbutus along Broadway, three light-rail lines in Surrey, several new suburban rapid-bus routes, a new SeaBus, and a new Pattullo Bridge
December 25 2014 - Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson says heâs progressive News Features Â» In a year-end interview with the Georgia Straight, Gregor Robertson said his top priorities are affordable housing and promoting a 10-year transit plan endorsed by Vancouver mayors. Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson says heâs progressive
December 18 2014 - 5 free things in Vancouver, from parks to a clock VANCOUVER (AP) - Vancouver is consistently ranked as one of the world's most livable cities. The city offers diverse ethnic neighborhoods, old and new, and lots of options for shopping and dining. But many of the west coast Canadian port city's most beautiful attractions are free. Public art dots the urban landscape and there are miles of beaches and forested walks readily accessible by transit ...