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October 25, 2012

Fare evasion losses doubled for B.C.’s TransLink

Coast Mountain Bus and TransLink bus drivers recorded unpaid fares 2.5 million times last year. The actual number is expected to be higher. A recent TransLink audit found fare evasion across the system rose 120% from an estimated $6.6 million in losses in 2001 to $14.5 million last year.


April 4, 2012

Man who assaulted Canadian driver gets no jail time

Area bus drivers are said to be "furious" with the ruling.


November 30, 2011

Vancouver drivers push for more police on buses

Coast Mountain bus drivers are again calling for more transit police on buses in an effort to stem an increase in driver assaults.


March 10, 2011

Vancouver union, transit push for more female bus driver protection

Coast Mountain Bus Co., TransLink and the Metro Vancouver bus drivers' union are working together to stop assaults on female bus drivers, by calling for tougher sentences and stronger legislation, and installing cameras, GPS systems and assault alarms on buses.


January 4, 2010

B.C. transit system designs driver shield

Agency taking preventive measures to guard against assaults on drivers.


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