Granville Bridge reopens after police incident

The Granville Bridge has reopened after it was closed in both directions due to a police incident that caused traffic backups throughout Downtown Vancouver.

Closure of bridge in both directions caused a chaotic afternoon rush hour in Downtown Vancouver

A passenger waits on a bus as the Granville Bridge was closed in both directions due to a police incident. (Ryan Schaap/Twitter)

The Granville Bridge has reopened after it was closed in both directions due to a police incident that caused traffic backups throughout Downtown Vancouver. 

Buses that normally go over the bridge were diverted, said TransLink. It warned commuters to expect delays as they returned to their regular routes. 

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