Rebecca Bollwitt, who runs the blog Miss604, captured these images of a TransLink bus travelling down the highway between Des Moines and Kansas City in Iowa, U.S.
TransLink responded that the bus appeared to be one of its 106 new compressed natural gas (CNG) buses, which began arriving in May.
People had a great time imagining what a bus route between Vancouver and Iowa would look like.
Wonder what route that is??
— Sass Chit (@SassChit) July 6, 2018
1025 Vancouver/Seattle/Minneapolis/Des Moines/Chicago/Detroit/Toronto ?
— Dennis Deng (@Paul_Cephas) July 6, 2018
Of course if your bus is ever late again there’s a chance it could be on vacation in Iowa.
“Hello, Translink? I’ve been waiting at my stop for a while, but my bus hasn’t arrived. Just wondering what the delay might be?”
“Ok, just let me check the GPS for that route… Oh… looks like it got rerouted. It’ll be a while longer yet.”
— Stuart chase (@stuartchase) July 6, 2018
It’s probably just the number 10 running late
— Nick Thornton (@unboringlearn) July 7, 2018
How much would the fare cost?
How much are Translink fares to Kansas City? Is that a 3 zone?
— Jeremy Hunka (@JeremyHunka) July 7, 2018
Buses are all 1 zone now. Time for a roadtrip. HahHaha
— Miyuki (*???*)v (@ichigo_kurimu) July 8, 2018