If you’ve taken public transit in Metro Vancouver over the past few weeks, you might have heard Vancouver’s very own Seth Rogen say something like this:
Seth has been helping transit users at SkyTrain stations and buses on their travels with his take on courtesy seats, cell phone use and more.
The idea to have Seth as a guest voice on transit came from both customers and the media, so we want to hear from you again.
Help pick what nuggets of Seth wisdom will be on transit next by taking the poll below. We’ll start playing one or two of the highest voted announcements on transit next week.
Which Seth announcement should be on Vancouver public transit next?
Hey #Vancouver, it’s your transit! Help us pick the next Seth announcements. Which one do you want to hear?
— TransLink BC (@TransLink) August 15, 2018
Seth volunteered to be a guest voice on transit earlier this summer and results so far have been fantastic. Besides mentions on The Tonight Show, BBC, Fast Company and more, transit users have been sharing their love of Seth’s humorous take on transit dos and don’ts.
— Ms. Mayette (@mizmayette) July 31, 2018
It’s okay I heard @Sethrogen‘s voice on the bus and all frustration melted away
— ☽ (@dezcudi) August 4, 2018
Seth’s voice can be heard until the end of October at most SkyTrain stations on all three lines (Expo, Millennium and Canada Line) as well on buses across Metro Vancouver (up to the discretion of bus operators).
Each announcement will run for roughly three weeks or longer. To find more specifics on this, you’ll want to check The Buzzer blog or ask the helpful staff at our @TransLink Twitter desk.