Responding to intelligence reports, crime statistics and complaints received from the public, the Metro Vancouver Transit Police Targeted Mobile Enforcement Team (TMET) works in partnership with jurisdictional police departments and public safety agencies to provide enforcement on and near the transit system. TMET provides strategic, project-driven enforcement of provincial statutes, TransLink bylaws, and the Criminal Code, to help ensure seamless policing across Metro Vancouver.
Whether responding to concerns about pedestrian safety at a transit hub, lane changes that increase the chance of collision due to vehicles parked in bus lanes, or removing impaired drivers from the road during road blocks on TransLink bridges, TMET is driven by its core focus on increasing public safety.
Transit Tariff – TransLink Bylaws
Transit Conduct and Safety Regulation
TransLink Fare Infraction Tickets
BC Provincial Violation Tickets
Criminal Code of Canada
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I pay the fine I was issued?
- Any ticket that was issued to you by a Transit Police officer can be paid at any Motor Vehicle Branch in British Columbia. Find a location near you.
How can I dispute my ticket?
I lost my ticket. How can I get information about the fine amount, how to dispute it, etc?
How can I report an ongoing problem that I would like TMET to respond to?
- Please fill out the contact form on our website, detailing the specific location, and the approximate dates and times that you’ve seen the issue. Be sure to include the nature of the offence that needs enforcement, such as bus lane violations, unsafe driving near a transit hub, or misuse of fare gates.