Many current TransLink bus routes, plus SkyTrain’s Expo and Millennium Lines, SeaBus, and West Coast Express already provide connections to the Canada Line.
While no changes will be made until Sept. 7, the 98 B-Line and commuter bus routes from Richmond, Surrey, Delta and White Rock will stop serving downtown Vancouver after Labour Day.
The bus routes are being revised to integrate the Canada Line into the regional transit network. Here is a list of changes:
• 401, 402, 403, 404, 405, 410, 430, 480 buses will run more frequently and provide increased connections to Canada Line.
• New C94 route will connect Richmond-Brighouse Station (Richmond Centre) and Richmond Oval.
• 98 B-Line, 488, 490, 491, 492, 496 routes will be discontinued.
• 403 route will be extended to Aberdeen Station and Bridgeport Station.
• 407, 430, 480 routes will include service to Bridgeport Station.
• C95 route will be discontinued.
• Temporary bus bays for Richmond-Brighouse Station will be reorganized and relocated to nearby streets.
• Airport Station bus loop will be closed.
• 424 service will be discontinued; use Canada Line to travel to/from the airport.
• N10 NightBus will continue to serve the airport during overnight hours when Canada Line is not operating.
• 100 service will travel west only as far as the Marpole area. Customers can transfer to Canada Line at Marine Drive Station to travel to the airport.
• 620, C90, C92 services will travel to Bridgeport Station instead of Airport Station. C92 will operate on Saturdays and will also run more often on weekdays.
• 3, 10, 15, 17, N15 services will be extended to Marine Drive Station for all trips except the 3, which will serve the station for all trips during weekday peak periods and for every second trip during all other periods.
• 10 service will run more frequently to benefit customers along the Granville corridor.
• 15 will run less often as customers can travel on the Canada Line along the Cambie corridor.
• 17 will no longer serve Marpole Loop.
• 98 B-Line service will be discontinued. Use Canada Line for fastest north-south travel or the 10 for local service along Granville.
Surrey, Delta and White Rock
• 311, 351, 352, 354, 601, 602, 603, 604 routes will run more frequently and connect to Canada Line at Bridgeport Station in Richmond instead of travelling to Vancouver.
• Bus stop changes at Richmond-Brighouse Station (Richmond Centre) and Burrard Station effective Sept. 7.
Also on Sept. 7, the bus exchanges at the Richmond-Brighouse Station (formerly known as the Richmond Centre exchange) and Expo Line’s Burrard Station will be reorganized. Signs are posted at the current bus stop locations to alert customers to these changes, and TransLink staff will be at these stations to provide more information and assistance.
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