Getting around Vancouver, BC

(continuer en français)

Now that the bicycles have been accommodated, it is also necessary to think about pedestrians who are equally eager to cross False Creek in the shortest possible way, rather than using the elevated bridges, as shown by the Burrard Bridge in the background. Two rival private companies offer their services, Aquabus, Cyquabus’ big sister and False Creek Ferries, the pioneer that started the adventure in 1981. The latter now have a fleet of 17 small, curvaceous ferries that run from one bank to the other on a nine-station route, year-round except Christmas.

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