Surrey, BC – February 16, 2016 Some of you might be already familiar with the comments I made through SkyTrain for Surrey on the new LRT survey that was released by the City, claiming 80% of residents are in support of the
There are 5 new 96 B-Line buses in service today, which has me thinking that by now there should be some excitement in the city regarding this brand-new transit infrastructure. The new buses are absolutely wonderful: they’re smooth and quiet; have more space inside for
NEW – Read my follow-up: Why isn’t the City of Surrey more excited for the new B-Line buses? On this rainy day in February, TransLink and Coast Mountain Bus Company debuted the first 2 of 12 new next-generation New Flyer Xcelsior XDE60 articulated buses
I’ve received word through forum networks such as Skyscraperpage and CPTDB that new buses coming to Surrey Transit Centre will be 60-foot hybrid articulated buses for the 96 B-Line. This newest bus order is being assigned to both Surrey and
I caught this photo at Surrey Central Station on the way to work today. The front was labelled “NIS – TRAINING BUS”. (Click the photo to enlarge) The 96 B-Line will begin service in fall 2013.