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Translink- Aldergrove - Salmon River GET INVOLVED

Share this posting & GET INVOLVED in Fraser Hwy. Bus Route Changes! Translink wants to change Fraser Highway Translink Bus route #502 in 2013. The TRANSLINK Open House is on Dec 4th 5pm to 7:30PM at Aldergove Sec. School small gym ( http://bit.ly/QxvpIV ) They want these changes ( http://bit.ly/Qxvv36 ) for what they label as Service Optimization ( http://bit.ly/QxvBI3 ) . They also have an online questionnaire for you to fill out.

In a nutshell they want to eliminate the Salmon River Uplands 502 route completely and create a second Fraser Hwy route called 503 which has reduced stops between Surrey Central Skytrain & Langley City and still provide full stops between Langley City & Aldergrove. Initial Concerns are deleting Salmon Rver Route (impacts students, youth & elderly) and they also say service to Aldergrove is until midnight, but in reality there seems to be no change and the last bus to Aldergrove every night seems to remain as the existing 10 pm bus from Surrey Central Skytrain. My sons both say the last Aldergrove bus should leave at least at midnight instead from Surrey Skytrain. What do you think?

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