In advance of this weekend’s snow forecast, TransLink its rolling out its plan of attack when it comes to navigating the city’s snowy streets.
“TransLink’s operations are monitoring the weather and are prepared, under our snow/adverse weather plans, for near-freezing temperatures and snow forecasted to start falling tomorrow morning and possibly over the weekend,” the company said Thursday in a release.
The operations department has identified seven steps they will take “to keep our customers safe and keep public transit moving in snowy and slushy conditions,” TransLink added.
These steps are:
TransLink added that customers should remember to dress for the elements, wear proper footwear and expect occasional service disruptions throughout the day.
“We encourage our customers to plan ahead and to make sure to allow extra commuting time,” TransLink added. “Customers can check with online Trip Planner or mobile device, or sign up for transit alerts so they’ll be the first to know if there are changes in the transit schedule.