List of Bus Routes in Greater Vancouver

List Of Bus Routes In Greater Vancouver

The following list of current bus routes in Greater Vancouver is sorted according to route number.

Routes with trolley buses, articulated buses or suburban highway buses are noted as such. All route destination names are based on the official TransLink bus schedules. All routes are operated by Coast Mountain Bus Company except:

  • Routes 250-259 and C12 (operated by West Vancouver Transit)
  • Routes 609 and C60-C64 (operated by DW Services Ltd.)
  • Routes C3, C4 and C8 (operated by Metro Shuttle Service Ltd.)
  • Routes C10 and C11 (operated by Bowen Island Community Transit Ltd.)

This list was effective since the service change on September 3rd, 2012.

Connections
SkyTrain Expo Line
SkyTrain Millennium Line
SkyTrain Canada Line
SeaBus
West Coast Express

Read more about List Of Bus Routes In Greater Vancouver:  School Specials, NightBus, Routes Not Operated By TransLink, Future Routes

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