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Changing Transit Routes – Postcard #68

Changing Transit Routes – Postcard #68

Changing routes to think about the neighbourhoods – this Postcard is about rolling transit, everyplace and anywhere. Evidence comes in a transit route inspired spoken-word song and a smattering of poems including: odes to drivers, forgotten literary neighbourhoods, angry passengers, observed newspapers around Vancouver… plus a bit of Clayton the busker in the Seabus tunnel playing The Replacements’ “Skyway.”

Get onboard for: Changing Transit Routes  – Postcard #68
(13:50, 23MB, .mp3, stereo)

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Short Turns, a blog about driving the bus by a newly minted operator | Just a Gwai Lo

Short Turns, a blog about driving the bus by a newly minted operator | Just a Gwai Lo

Lot of inside tidbits, as well as a short note at the very beginning about the difference between a “driver” and “operator”.

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Driver on Translink #44 is great…

Driver on Translink #44 is great – steady at the wheel and cheerfully greeting riders and announcing stops in a robust voice