|The Digby Island Ferry gets a helpful push across the harbour|
on Tuesday afternoon
It's shaping up to be a day of conversation topics for those arriving and departing through Prince Rupert Airport today, as the city's land and water based transportation services provided for a few unusual twists on the usual transit.
Travellers to and from the city's Digby Island Airport discovered that the Airport Ferry has become a barge for the day, as mechanical issues left the transportation link requiring the need of a push toward the island airport and back to the Fairview Docks.
The situation however has not had much of an impact on the actual service, with no delays reported on scheduled runs through the day.
|While it's days are said to be numbered,|
the city's Yellow bus was still in service
today for travellers to Digby Island
A situation which appears to have required transportation provider First Canada to make use of the yellow bus for the journey back and forth to Digby Island for the day.
You can track past items of interest related to the Prince Rupert airport and the transportation system to get there from our archive page here.
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