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March 10, 2010

TransLink uses INIT during Winter Olympics

In 2006, TransLink partnered with INIT to provide an advanced fleet management system, as well as onboard computers on over 1,500 of their vehicles in preparation for the big event.


February 10, 2010

Bombardier's Olympic torch to arrive at Games

Bombardier manufactured 12,000 torches — one for each torchbearer — with final assembly completed by hand in Montreal, Quebec.


February 2, 2010

Prevost increases service efforts for Olympics

The Delta Prevost Service Center has also set up a Twitter account to communicate with drivers and operators during the Games. The company will be able to post information about open bays and emergency service, and drivers can use Twitter to communicate service requests to the Prevost Service Center personnel.


December 8, 2009

First Bombardier streetcar arrives in Vancouver

Bombardier will operate the streetcars as a free service, 18 hours a day, 7 days a week, between Jan. 21 and March 21, 2010. The vehicles are on loan from the Brussels Transport Company STIB.


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