When the snow starts falling in Vancouver, that’s when buses get chaotic.
With the current weather situation in the Lower Mainland, it’s probably best to avoid taking the bus right now as things are getting messy.
— Matt Sutton (@SuttoZ953) December 19, 2017
Buses aren’t making it up West 10th. Be careful out there: UBC & Point Grey accessible by do it & car only. Very sloppy & sliddy. Pedestrians take care too! #vancouver #BCStorm #translink pic.twitter.com/QTQVJKj4vq
— Ugabug (@MaryPChipman) December 19, 2017
Roads are bad! Buses stuck on West 10th already! West 10th was blocked just before Discovery. So much for being ready! Nothing plowed between South Granville and UBC! #pointgrey #snowmageddon #Vancouver #yvr #ubc pic.twitter.com/oCPIxtw2cK
— Yvonne Bray (@PSPilates) December 19, 2017
— Crystal G (@MissIvy79) December 19, 2017
— AlexisPavlich (@AlexisPavlich) December 19, 2017
Things look like they are particularly bad near UBC on West 10th Avenue.
The City of Vancouver says it is working with TransLink to get things moving as soon as possible.
We are coordinating with @TransLink to support them in keeping buses moving. Some bus routes are experiencing delays due to weather. Please allow yourself extra time to get to your destination, and remember to dress warmly before heading outside.
— City of Vancouver (@CityofVancouver) December 19, 2017
Looks like it’s best just to avoid the outdoors and stay inside.