Expo and Millennium SkyTrains were running on reduced service for a few hours on Friday evening due to poor weather conditions.
Some trains were taken out of service due to track alarms being continually set off by heavy snow.
Translink spokesperson Anne Drennan says despite the delays, people should still use public transport instead of driving in the snowy weather.
“There will be slight gaps in service, but people will get to their destination more quickly. I think public transit is still a far better option than trying to navigate through the roadways right now because they are in pretty slick shape.”
Drennan says the alarms were deactivated, resulting in attendants being placed on trains to make up for lost time.
“By reducing the number of trains in service, we are increasing the efficiency and we are lessening the time that it will take our commuters to reach their destination.”