Most planes, trains, and automobiles are still moving in Vancouver snow...for now!

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      Heavy snow across the Lower Mainland is having some impact on transportation.

      This morning, WestJet cancelled flights from Vancouver to Victoria and from Vancouver to Calgary.

      However, many other flights seem to be departing and arriving on time at Vancouver International Airport.

      That's thanks to the massive snow angels that have been clearing the runways.

      But airport officials have warned passengers to check with airlines for flight information as snow continues to fall across Metro Vancouver.

      It's time to clear snow off those windows!
      Charlie Smith

      For transit passengers, there have been detours to several bus routes, including Numbers 4, 9, 14, 99, 251, 345, 362, 394, and 410.

      Details are available on the TransLink website, where you'll also find information about any bus-route changes as a result of the snow.

      SkyTrain and SeaBus service is still operating normally, perhaps thanks to TransLink's enhanced efforts to keep ice off the rails this winter.

      Some bus routes have been altered, particularly on the West Side and North Shore.
      Charlie Smith

      There are no reported delays at B.C. Ferries as a result of the weather.

      Universities remain open but there have been a few school closures, including Magnussen and Eaton Arrowsmith at UBC, St. Michael's elementary in Burnaby, Mediated Learning Academy in Coquitlam, and Southpointe Academy in Delta.

      Driving conditions can be treacherous on some Vancouver side streets.

      Side streets are filling with snow.
      Charlie Smith

      However, the major roads have been cleared.

      Main roads like West Broadway are still very easy to navigate.
      Charlie Smith