It was gradually approaching sunset - say, around 6:30 or so - last Saturday when I followed the elevated SkyTrain tracks from Metrotown in Burnaby. The train there on the rails isn't in service; it's one of the strategically-positioned empties that I presume TransLink keeps stationed around the system to sweep into service at a moment's notice. The car at the front has one of the new wrap ads going on about how many more people have been using transit now as compared to before the Olympics.
I can beat that. I was using transit way before the Olympics! Of course, it was in Toronto.
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