If you've ever been stuck out in the cold waiting for a cab wondering how to get home on New Year's Eve, then TransLink has got you covered. According to TransLink's website, all of their transit services will be totally free after 5 p.m. on December 31 until 5 a.m. on New Year's Day.\nAfter 2 a.m., all of the usual NightBus routes will start leaving from the NightBus District in downtown Vancouver.\nThe NightBus District is a hub right on the corner of West Georgia Street and Granville Street. It's where the late-night buses that connect Vancouver to places like Surrey run.\nIt's centrally located and it's well-lit so it's easy to get home late at night.\nTransLink usually offers free service on special days like New Year's Eve and it has for more than 40 years.\nExpect longer service hours and an increased of TransLink staff on hand to help the New Year's Eve crowds get home safely.\nUber was supposed to have already launched by December, but there's still no official word yet on when that's happening.\nEven if you have your tiny compass card ready to pay your fare, you won't need to.\nView this post on Instagram 18513 operating on 562 through Fort Langley #mytranslink #translink #transitfanning #transitenthusiast #vancouver #chevorlet #communityshuttle A post shared by TransitKidJason Productions (@transitkidjason_productions) on Dec 10, 2019 at 11:16am PST\nTaking the bus or train can be a lot faster than trying to snag a cab.\nThey're usually super crowded though so it's best to sneak out after the party right after the clock strikes midnight if you want a seat.\nView this post on Instagram Sorry, not Sorry 🚎🚦Buses stranded on Granville Street during a snow flurry in February of this year. At this point, buses heading north could not make it down the steep hill to West Cordova and Waterfront Station. Captured from the corner of Hastings and Granville Street in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada ~ Throwback February 12, 2019 ❄ . . . . . . #GranvilleSt #Snowcouver #PolarVortex #BusStrike #CoastMountainBusCompany #Translink #Vancouver @Vancouver_Canada #Canada #VeryVancouver #CuriocityVan #DailyHiveVan #VancouverIsAwesome #IGersVancouver #VancityBuzz #VancityFeature #WanderVancouver #Photos604 #604Now #HelloBC #ExploreBC #ExploreCanada #ImagesOfCanada #EnjoyCanada #CanadasWorld #CanonCanada #ShareCanGEO #TourCanada #GeorgiaStraight #WestCoastBestCoast A post shared by VANCOUVER 🇨🇦Michael Thornquist (@seaside_signs) on Nov 26, 2019 at 9:41pm PST\nOne thing you'll want to watch out for is the train schedule. Skytrains are going to be running on a weekday service schedule that's been slightly changed.\nThe last trains will be extended about one hour later than usual for NYE.\nView this post on Instagram V18330 loading up at UBC for its trip to VCC Clark #mytranslink #translink #transit #transitfanning #transitenthusiast #vancouver #novabuslfs #novabus #nightshot #reindeerbus A post shared by TransitKidJason Productions (@transitkidjason_productions) on Dec 3, 2019 at 6:31pm PST\nCheck out the full list of final trains on TransLink's website and see when the last train leaves your station so you can get home.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.