The brand new Evergreen line is now up & running connecting the far reaching Tri-cities area of Greater Vancouver closer together. The Evergreen Line is an 11-kilometre extension to the existing SkyTrain system in Metro Vancouver. It will be a fast, frequent and convenient SkyTrain service, connecting Coquitlam City Centre through Port Moody to Lougheed Town Centre in approximately 15 minutes.
The Evergreen Line will have an immediate effect on many Bus services as of Monday December 19th and this includes our local route of the Number 6 Davie St bus and the 135 SFU express bus that leaves from Burrard St Station and Georgia St.
Changes to the #6 Davie St Route
West End and Downtown Vancouver – 5/6/C21/C23
Newly installed overhead trolley lines along Cambie Street extend the 5 and 6.
The 6 Davie/Downtown extends along Davie Street to provide better connections to Yaletown, Canada Line and Cambie Street.
Travelling to the Expo Line? You can transfer from the 5 at Burrard Station or from the 5 and 6 at Cambie and Dunsmuir, a block away from Stadium–Chinatown Station.
The C21 and C23 discontinues and the routes merge into the new 23 Main Street Station/Yaletown/Beach route serving Beach Avenue, Yaletown–Roundhouse Station, Stadium–Chinatown Station and Main Street–Science World Station.
MAP ROUTE: west-end
135 SFU/Burrard Station/160 Port Coquitlam Station/Kootenay Loop
Starting December 19, the 135 is discontinued.
The 95 B-Line provides a more reliable and direct service with limited stops along Hastings Street. For local stops, take the 14, 144, or 160.
The 95 B-Line will stop at: Burrard Station, Granville Street (Waterfront Station), Cambie Street/Abbott Street, Main Street, Commercial Drive, Nanaimo Street, Renfrew Street, Kootenay Loop, Gilmore Avenue, Willingdon Avenue, Hythe Avenue, Holdom Avenue, Kensington Avenue, Duthie Avenue, and SFU Transportation Centre.
The 160 Port Coquitlam Station/Kootenay Loop will end at Kootenay Loop as the Evergreen Extension will provide a faster, more frequent and more reliable connection to Downtown Vancouver.
MAP ROUTE: hastings-bline
For further information do not hesitate to talk to any of the staff at the Front desk regarding any Translink questions you may have, or you can go directly to the Translink Website here: http://www.translink.ca/