Ministry of Transportation staff say they have a solution to the speed bump on the Lions Gate Bridge that’s driving everyone to distraction.
They say workers should modify the metal plate on the crossing’s south end with rubber surfacing so that it’s smooth sailing on Friday morning.
Translink buses will be put back on their original routes, after they were diverted to SeaBus terminals.
Translink spokesperson Anne Drennan says staff will have the third Seabus back on the water for Thursday afternoon’s rush hour.
“We do need a little lag time to get everything up and running so that it’s safe. Planned maintenance is being done on the additional Seabuses.”
Lineups at the Seabus terminals wound out the door Thursday morning.
Repair work on the Lions Gate will continue for four more weeks.