During Friday’s snow havoc, 18 buses were involved in collisions due to road conditions.
Translink’s Anne Drennan says all collisions were minor and no injuries were reported.
Meanwhile, other busses had to be given a push where they stopped on the slippery roads.
“We have vehicles that are push vehicles that go out and have the ability to get vehicles out of stuck situations, snowbanks, that kind of thing.”
Despite the snow, Translink says there’s currently just minor delays for buses in Metro Vancouver. But the 145 going to SFU has been cancelled until further notice.
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And while Seabus and Skytrain services are running normally, Drennan says it’s essential services only for HandyDart in Vancouver, North Shore, Burnaby, New West, Surrey, Langley, White Rock and the Tri-Cities.