Public transportation key to getting around during Games

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A brand new Seabus is now making its way between Vancouver and the North Shore

If you're planning on getting out to the 40+ free venues we list on our Where 2 Be for Free guide, using public transportation is the key to your success. While using transit, be sure to pick up the latest version of The Buzzer which profiles CityCaucus.com and our growing list of free venues. Whether you take the SkyTrain, Seabus or simply jump on the regular bus fleet, getting around by transit is not only environmentally friendly, it's the best way to get around during the Olympic Games. For more information about transit options, contact TransLink by clicking here.

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Thanks you you guys for this site. What a great service to the community.

Well, thank you again for listing all the free venues! It's a great resource and I was only too happy to make it available to our riders :)

Thanks for this kind information on how to get around in buses. Our transit system is one of the best in the world and the world will come to know of it soon during the winter Olympics. But what questions. For those who like to get around the city by car, our roads in several areas around Vancouver and greater Vancouver contain potholes, which might give us a image that we can't maintain our roads. Any information on whom to write/contact regarding this?
Thanks
carla

Sorry I meant to write "But one question"
Carla

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