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View Poll Results: My Favourite Station is....
Waterfront Station 7 10.61%
Vancouver City Centre Station 6 9.09%
Yaletown-Roundhouse Station 4 6.06%
Olympic Village Station 1 1.52%
Broadway-City Hall Station 20 30.30%
King Edward Station 0 0%
Oakridge-41st Avenue Station 1 1.52%
Langara-49th Avenue Station 1 1.52%
Marine Drive Station 1 1.52%
Bridgeport Station 0 0%
Aberdeen Station 0 0%
Lansdowne Station 0 0%
Richmond-Brighouse Station 4 6.06%
Templeton Station 4 6.06%
Sea Island Centre Station 1 1.52%
YVR-Airport Station 16 24.24%
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Old Posted Sep 24, 2009, 9:18 PM
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Remember that the signage in the malls ais not dicated by TransLink and each mall has a different owner -
Pacific Cnetre = Cadillac Fairview
Vancouver Centre = Grosvenor International??
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Old Posted Sep 25, 2009, 1:29 AM
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Remember that the signage in the malls ais not dicated by TransLink and each mall has a different owner -
Pacific Cnetre = Cadillac Fairview
Vancouver Centre = Grosvenor International??
There should be a program developed by TransLink to make sure there is consistent signage for the major attractions linked by the SkyTrain system. Then again, TransLink can't get signs right on their own system, let's fix things one at a time.
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TransLink should consider adding the skytrain logo on the Canada Line trains since this is suppose to be part of the SkyTrain system.

I doubt that ProTrans would let them do so...
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TransLink should consider adding the skytrain logo on the Canada Line trains since this is suppose to be part of the SkyTrain system.

I doubt that ProTrans would let them do so...
That doesn't work because SkyTrain is a company name for BCRTP.
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Slightly off topic but looks like my prediction of the Bay becoming Canadian again are about to come to fruition. They will be issuing an IPO soon.
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Question . . . anyone have pictures of it ? . . . . .

There are lots of pictures of the YVR station, and most people have seen some of them (if they haven't been there). However, with Broadway-City Hall station the apparent winner of the contest so far, could anybody upload
a few pictures of it? I'd love to see what it's like, and why people appreciate it so much. Thanks to whoever is willing to do this.
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