Canada line Kaput!

An issue, really?

What issue?

Again TransLink tries to hide the truth from the public, just by saying “an issue”.

Well that’s bloody obvious sunshine, what issue?

Stay tuned for another episode of “Automatic (driverless) light-metro systems age very poorly, especially the P-3 variety!

Another day, another disruption.

Another day, another disruption.

Canada Line issue leads to delays Friday

By CityNews Staff

TransLink says an issue that was creating delays on the Canada Line Friday has been resolved.

In an update just after 6:30 p.m., TransLink announced that single tracking had cleared. It warned people to still expect delays until trains returned to their regular frequency.

The issue started with a stalled train near Olympic Village, per a social media post from the transit provider earlier in the day.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ Listen to CityNews 1130 LIVE now!The problem affected service through Vancouver. TransLink had set up train shuttle service between Bridgeport and Oakridge, YVR, and Brighouse as crews worked to remove the train.

A bus bridge was also in place in an effort to ease congestion.

It’s unclear what caused the initial train to stall.

The Expo and Millennium lines were not affected.

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