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Volunteer wayfinders wanted for SkyTrain stations in Burnaby, Coquitlam

TransLink initiates new community transit volunteer program.
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TransLink is launching a volunteer program to help customers connect with communities.

Are you a SkyTrain enthusiast?

TransLink is calling for people to sign up for its new community volunteer program, which intends to help customers connect with communities.

Volunteers, stationed outside certain transit zones, will act as neighbourhood experts to help customers navigate the area, answering questions and directing riders during community events.

Shifts will be scheduled during peak service hours from Monday to Friday from 6 to 9 a.m. and 3 to 6 p.m., and on an as-needed basis. Shifts will be about 3 to 4 hours.

TransLink says volunteers will be eligible to receive apparel, monthly draw prizes and other incentives, including employment opportunities.

TransLink will provide a one-day training course for volunteers; all volunteers must complete a background check.

If interested, you can sign-up on TransLink’s website.

Coquitlam SkyTrain Stations

  • Burquitlam
  • Coquitlam Central
  • Lincoln
  • Lafarge Lake–Douglas

Port Moody SkyTrain Stations

  • Moody Centre
  • Inlet Centre

New West SkyTrain Stations

  • 22nd Street
  • New Westminster
  • Columbia
  • Sapperton
  • Braid

Burnaby SkyTrain Stations

  • Gilmore
  • Brentwood Town Centre
  • Holdom
  • Sperling–Burnaby Lake
  • Lake City Way
  • Production Way–University
  • Lougheed Town Centre
  • Edmonds
  • Royal Oak
  • Metrotown
  • Patterson
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