Snowmageddon brings transit in Vancouver to a halt
Two hours. That's how long it took me to get into the office today, a commute that usually takes half an hour.
I stood waiting at Clark and Broadway headed westbound for almost 90 minutes. In that time, only about a half a dozen 99 B Lines came by; not a single one stopped for the three dozen frozen souls congregated at the stop. Two number 9 buses came by in that time, also stuffed to the gills and not accepting new passengers.
Finally I walked 10 minutes up the street in ankle-deep slush and a 9 Granville thankfully stopped for me. Forty minutes later, I'm finally in my office with warm, dry socks on my feet.
It would have been faster to walk.
How was your commute today, folks? Let us know in the comments below.