TransLink spokesperson Chris Bryan says people should expect delays Tuesday morning as winter conditions continue.
“Delays for busses, not significant so far service, there aren’t any particular pockets that are causing real trouble yet, just have slower than normal service. ”
Adding to delays, Bryan says a number of its operators live in the Fraser Valley and are having trouble getting to work causing gaps in service.
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He says the expo line is running on schedule but the millennium line is running every eight minutes instead of four.
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He says ice has caused intrusion alarms to go off and stop trains on the Millennium Line.
“For safety purposes, we need to make sure we have staff on all the trains in order to have visual eyes on the track. We haven’t been able to get all the trains out because we can’t run trains without staff on them.”
Bryan says people should leave themselves plenty of extra time because of unexpected delays.