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Shirley Shankar

Updated: November 22nd, 2015 | Burnaby | Lawyer List S | South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority (TransLink) |

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Address: 1600-4720 Kingsway Burnaby , British Columbia V5H 4N2
Lawyer Firm: South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority (TransLink)
Phone: 604-453-3266
Fax: 604-453-4678
Email: shirley.shankar@translink.ca
Website: www.translink.ca

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Address: 287 Nelson's Ct #400, New Westminster, BC V3L 0E7, Canada
Phone: (778) 375-7500
Website: http://www.translink.ca/
Dale Mark George Hansen on 2020-02-25
 I'm quite fond of the Translink drivers and have always poured them over with thanks and praise. I've protected them on occasion. I've had friends in their union who exemplify service and solidarity. I respect them way too much to ever blame or fault them as they are true heroes in our communities. They are a lot like firefighters. They are trustworthy and fair to the elderly and disabled... Thank you drivers. I made it home safe tonight...
Edmund Kropf on 2020-02-14
 Ohhh my GOSH!! iCan put in a good word for Translink! You People Are Awesome!!!!!! Thanks for all the great work in service you provide!!
Joe K on 2020-02-12
 TransLink is the gold standard of Pacific Northwest public transportation. Always clean facilities, always safe and always striving to do better every day.
Vijay Shivdasani on 2019-12-22
 Translink is responsible for the various modes of transportation in Metro Vancouver. It encompasses the buses, the Skytrain, the West Coast Express, and the SeaBus. All transit fare holders are permitted unlimited transfers within a 90 minute period on a bus or the SkyTrain or the SeaBus. As tourists to the city of Vancouver it took us some time to understand the System and how it operates, but once we started following it we found out why it is known to be one of the best and most efficient transit systems in the world. The website of TransLink was very helpful in our trip planning to get from one place in Vancouver to any other place within the city and it’s outskirts. When we boarded a bus we could either pay with the exact coin change, CAD$3, or a contactless credit card, but not with currency notes or debit cards. One could buy a pre-loaded Compass Card which we could load as a Day Pass or Monthly Pass or any stored value from the Compass Vending Machines located at the SkyTrain or SeaBus stations or some select London Drug Stores. There are other convenient ways to buy and reload Compass Cards including at the two BC Ferry terminals in Vancouver, as well as the online method for reloading. We paid a deposit of CAD$6 for a Compass Card which got refunded to our credit card account after returning to India. We used the card for buying Day Passes on a couple of occasions.

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