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SkyTrain Schedules

Our three automated rapid transit SkyTrain lines take you all around Metro Vancouver:

  • Expo Line connects Downtown Vancouver with the cities of Burnaby, New Westminster, and Surrey.

  • Millennium Line takes you from East Vancouver through to Burnaby and into Port Moody and Coquitlam.

  • Canada Line travels between Downtown Vancouver, the Vancouver International Airport (YVR), and Richmond.


SkyTrain Stations

SkyTrain Stations (Text Only)

Expo Line Millennium Line Canada Line
Waterfront Station to King George Station Waterfront Station to Production Way Station VCC–Clark Sation to Lafarge Lake–Douglas Station Waterfront Station to YVR/Airport Waterfront Station to Richmond–Brighouse
Waterfront Station Waterfront Station VCC–Clark Station Waterfront Station Waterfront Station
Burrard Station Burrard Station Commercial–Broadway Station Vancouver City Centre Station Vancouver City Centre Station
Granville Station Granville Station Renfrew Station Yaletown–Roundhouse Station Yaletown–Roundhouse Station
Stadium–Chinatown Station Stadium–Chinatown Station Rupert Olympic Village Station Olympic Village Station
Main Street–Science World Station Main Street–Science World Station Gilmore Broadway–City Hall Station Broadway–City Hall Station
Commercial–Broadway Station Commercial–Broadway Station Brentwood Town Centre Station King Edward Station King Edward Station
Nanaimo Station Nanaimo Station Holdom Station Oakridge–41st Ave Station Oakridge–41st Ave Station
29th Avenue Station 29th Avenue Station Sperling–Burnaby Lake Station Langara–49th Ave Station Langara–49th Ave Station
Joyce–Collingwood Station Joyce–Collingwood Station Lake City Way Station Marine Drive Station Marine Drive Station
Patterson Station Patterson Station Production Way–University Station Bridgeport Station Bridgeport Station
Metrotown Station Metrotown Station Lougheed Town Centre Station Templeton Station Aberdeen Station
Royal Oak Station Royal Oak Station Burquitlam Station Sea Island Centre Station Lansdowne Station
Edmonds Station Edmonds Station Moody Centre Station YVR–Airport Station Richmond–Brighouse Station
22nd Street Station 22nd Street Station Inlet Centre Station    
New Westminster Station New Westminster Station Coquitlam Central Station    
Columbia Station Columbia Station Lincoln Station    
Scott Road Station Sapperton Station Lafarge Lake–Douglas Station    
Gateway Station Braid Station      
Surrey Central Station Lougheed Town Centre Station      
King George Station Production Way–University Station      

Expo Line

The Expo Line operates two routes:

  • Waterfront Station (Downtown Vancouver) to King George Station (Surrey)

  • Waterfront Station (Downtown Vancouver) to Production Way–University Station (Burnaby)

Transfer to the Millennium Line at the following stations:

  • Commercial–Broadway Station

  • Lougheed Town Centre Station

  • Production Way–University Station

Use Columbia Station to transfer to and from a train going to either King George or Production Way–University.

Use Waterfront Station to transfer to the Canada Line, SeaBus, or West Coast Express.

Expo Line Schedule

Frequency

SkyTrain schedules provided are estimates only and are subject to change based on operational requirements.

For detailed information on these schedules, plan your trip with Google or TransLink Trip Planner.

  • Peak Hours: Morning and afternoon rush hour when there’s the greatest demand and transit’s the busiest.

  • Midday: The period of time between the morning and afternoon peak hours.

  • Evening: The time period following the afternoon peak hours.

  • Late night: Following the evening service period, extending to the early hours of the morning.

  • Early Sat/Sun: Early mornings on the weekends.

  • Sat, Sun/Holidays: From late morning to late night on weekends and statutory holidays.

Time of Day Waterfront and Columbia
(Combined Services)
Peak hours 2-3 min.
Midday 3 min.
Evening 3-5 min.
Late night 4-5 min.
Early Sat/Sun 4 min.
Sat, Sun/Holidays 3 min.

 

Time of Day Waterfront and King George
Peak hours 2-5 min.
Midday 6 min.
Evening 6-8 min.
Late night 8-10 min.
Early Sat/Sun 8 min.
Sat, Sun/Holidays 6 min.

 

Time of Day Waterfront and
Production Way–University
Peak hours 6-7 min.
Midday 6 min.
Evening 6-8 min.
Late night 8-10 min.
Early Sat/Sun 8 min.
Sat, Sun/Holidays 6 min.

First/Last Train

Eastbound: Waterfront to King George

Day(s) Extra Early Trips
Edmonds to King George
First Train Last Train
Mon to Fri 5:17 a.m. 5:32 a.m. 1:16 a.m.
Sat 6:16 a.m. 6:48 a.m. 1:16 a.m.
Sun/ Holidays 7:16 a.m. 7:48 a.m. 12:16 a.m.

Eastbound: Waterfront to Production Way–University

Day(s) Extra Early Trips
Edmonds to Production
Way–University
First Train Last Train
Mon to Thurs 5:13 a.m.
5:37 a.m.
 12:44 a.m. / 1:11 a.m.*
Fri 5:13 a.m. 5:37 a.m. 12:40 a.m. / 1:11 a.m.*
Sat 6:20 a.m. 6:44 a.m. 12:40 a.m. / 1:11 a.m.*
Sun/ Holidays 7:20 a.m. 7:44 a.m. 11:43 p.m. / 12:11 a.m.*

*These times are for last trains operating from Waterfront to Lougheed Town Centre.

 

Westbound: King George to Waterfront

Day(s) First Train Last Train Extra Late Trips
King George to
New Westminster
Mon to Fri 5:08 a.m. 12:38 a.m. 1:28 a.m.
Sat 6:08 a.m. 12:38 a.m. 1:28 a.m.
Sun/ Holidays 7:06 a.m. 11:38 p.m. 12:28 a.m.

Westbound: Production Way–University to Waterfront

Day(s) First Train Last Train Extra Late Trips
Production Way–University
to New Westminster
Mon to Thurs 5:09 a.m.
12:31 a.m.
 1:31 a.m.
Fri 5:09 a.m. 12:31 a.m. 1:31 a.m.
Sat 6:11 a.m. 12:31 a.m. 1:26 a.m.
Sun/ Holidays 7:11 a.m. 11:39 p.m. 12:29 a.m.

On Cordova St. between Granville and Seymour in Downtown Vancouver, this station links to the SeaBus and West Coast Express. Enter from Cordova St. through the old railway station, or from Howe St., Sinclair Centre, or Waterfront Centre (linked to Canada Place).

On Burrard at Dunsmuir St. beside the Bentall towers and Hyatt Regency Hotel in Downtown Vancouver, a suburban routes terminus.

On Granville between Georgia and Dunsmuir Streets in Downtown Vancouver. Enter beside The Bay store on Granville Mall, from the two lower floors of The Bay store, from Seymour St., or from the wheelchair-equipped Dunsmuir St. access.

On Beatty at Dunsmuir St. in Downtown Vancouver. TransLink Lost Property is located on the concourse level (open 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday, and 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday for walk-in customers). Compass Customer Service Centre & FareDealer Administration is located at street level on the Beatty Street exit. Use the lower street level exit (Pacific Blvd.) to go to Rogers Arena and the upper street level exit (Beatty St.) to go to BC Place Stadium (about 2 blocks walk southbound along Beatty).

At Main St. and Terminal Ave. in Vancouver. Science World and the Pacific Central Station (intercity bus and rail station) are found on either side of Main Street-Science World Station, at the foot of False Creek.

(Also serves Millennium Line)

At East Broadway and Commercial Drive in Vancouver.

At Nanaimo St. and East 24th Ave., Vancouver.

On East 29th Ave. west of Earles St. in Vancouver.

At Joyce and Vanness St. in Vancouver.

On Patterson Ave. at Beresford St. in Burnaby. Located beside Central Park, close to Kingsway.

On Central Blvd., east of McKay at the Metrotown Shopping Centre in Burnaby.

At Royal Oak Ave. and Beresford St. in Burnaby.

At Griffiths Dr. and 18th Ave. in Burnaby.

On 7th Ave. at 22nd St. in New Westminster. Close to Marine Way and Queensborough.

At Columbia and 8th St. in New Westminster. Opposite River Market at Westminster Quay.

On Columbia at 4th St. in New Westminster.

At the foot of Keary St. in New Westminster. A causeway joins a pedestrian walkway crossing over Brunette Ave. The walkway provides convenient public access to Royal Columbian Hospital and to the TransLink head office.

On Braid St. and Brunette Ave. in New Westminster. The station is the major interchange with SkyTrain for many Coquitlam and New Westminster bus routes.

(Also serves Millennium Line)

On the north side of the Austin Rd./Lougheed Hwy. intersection in Burnaby. The station has entrances on both the east and west side of Austin Rd., providing convenient access for residents and bus patrons, and a clearly marked walk of less than two minutes to the Lougheed Town Centre.

(Also serves Millennium Line)

The primary transfer point for bus connections to Simon Fraser University. Located in Burnaby at the northeast corner of Production Way and Lougheed Hwy., passengers enter the station on the north side, shielded from the busy traffic along Lougheed Hwy.

At Scott Rd. and King George Blvd. in Surrey. A security patrolled Park 'n' Ride is located here. A popular transfer point for the 640 Ladner Exchange.

On 108th Ave. at University Dr. in Surrey.

At City Pkwy. and 102nd Ave. beside the North Surrey Recreation Centre and across from Central City.

On King George Blvd. at 100th Ave. in Surrey, it is the furthest SkyTrain station to the east. A median and fence divide King George Blvd. in front of the station requiring you to cross the boulevard at the 100th Ave. intersection to transfer to buses southbound on King George Blvd. For most bus routes, you will find it more convenient to transfer at Surrey Central Station.


Millennium Line

The Millennium Line operates between VCC–Clark Station (Vancouver) and Lafarge Lake–Douglas Station (Coquitlam).

Transfer to the Expo Line at the following stations:

  • Commercial–Broadway Station

  • Production Way–University Station

  • Lougheed Town Centre Station

Use Waterfront Station to transfer to the Canada Line, SeaBus, or West Coast Express.

SkyTrain schedules provided are estimates only and are subject to change based on operational requirements.

For detailed information on these schedules, plan your trip with Google or TransLink Trip Planner.

  • Peak Hours: Morning and afternoon rush hour when there’s the greatest demand and transit’s the busiest.

  • Midday: The period of time between the morning and afternoon peak hours.

  • Evening: The time period following the afternoon peak hours.

  • Late night: Following the evening service period, extending to the early hours of the morning.

  • Early Sat/Sun: Early mornings on the weekends.

  • Sat, Sun/Holidays: From late morning to late night on weekends and statutory holidays.

Time of Day VCC–Clark and Lafarge Lake–Douglas
Peak hours 3-4 min.
Midday 6 min.
Evening 6-8 min.
Late night 8-10 min.
Early Sat/Sun 8 min.
Sat, Sun/Holidays 6 min.

Eastbound: VCC–Clark to Lafarge Lake–Douglas

Day(s) First Train Last Train
Mon to Fri 5:30 a.m. 1:22 a.m.
1:29 a.m.*
Sat 6:30 a.m. 1:22 a.m.
1:29 a.m.*
Sun/ Holidays 7:30 a.m. 12:23 a.m.
12:29 a.m.*

*These last trains only operate from VCC-Clark to Lougheed Town Centre.

 

Westbound: Lafarge Lake–Douglas to VCC–Clark

Day(s) First Train Last Train
Mon to Fri 5:04 a.m. 1 a.m.
1:39 a.m.*
Sat 6:05 a.m. 12:59 a.m.
1:39 a.m.*
Sun/ Holidays 6:56 a.m. 11:59 p.m.
12:39 a.m.*

*These last trains only operate from Lafarge Lake–Douglas to Lougheed Town Centre.

On East 6th Ave. at Keith Dr. in Vancouver.

(Also serves Expo Line)

At East Broadway and Commercial Drive in Vancouver.

An elevated, side-platform station located on the north side of the railway tracks between Renfrew and Kaslo Streets in Vancouver, about one block north of Grandview Hwy.

In Vancouver on the east side of Rupert St. north of the BNSF rail line oriented toward Rupert St. to integrate with north and south bus routes, passenger pickup and drop-off and pedestrian traffic.

On Gilmore Ave. and Dawson St. in Burnaby.

On Lougheed Hwy. near Willingdon Ave. in Burnaby, adjacent to Brentwood Town Centre Mall. The station has a pedestrian mezzanine (below the platform level) connecting the north and south sides of Lougheed Hwy.

On the southwest corner of Holdom Ave. and Lougheed Hwy. in Burnaby. The station's entrance provides unimpeded access for pedestrians crossing Lougheed Hwy. and for those disembarking from buses.

On the southeast corner of Sperling Ave. and Lougheed Hwy. in Burnaby.

On the corner of Lake City Way and Lougheed Hwy. in Burnaby. Bus service to and from the station is located one block north.

(Also serves Expo Line)

The primary transfer point for bus connections to Simon Fraser University. Located in Burnaby at the northeast corner of Production Way and Lougheed Hwy., passengers enter the station on the north side, shielded from the busy traffic along Lougheed Hwy.

(Also serves Expo Line)

On the north side of the Austin Rd./Lougheed Hwy. intersection in Burnaby. The station has entrances on both the east and west side of Austin Rd., providing convenient access for residents and bus patrons, and a clearly marked walk of less than two minutes to the Lougheed Town Centre.

Located on Clarke Road between Smith and Como Lake avenues.

Between Moody and Williams streets.

At Ioco Road and Barnet Highway.

East of Johnson Street at Mariner Way overpass.

On Pinetree Way between Lincoln and Northern avenues.

At Pinetree Way and Guildford Way.


Canada Line

The Canada Line operates two routes:

  • Waterfront Station (Downtown Vancouver) to YVR–Airport Station (Richmond)

  • Waterfront Station (Downtown Vancouver) to Richmond–Brighouse Station (Richmond)

Use Waterfront Station to transfer to SkyTrain’s Expo and Millennium Lines, SeaBus, or West Coast Express.

Use Bridgeport Station to transfer from a YVR–Airport-bound train to a Richmond–Brighouse-bound train, and vice versa.

SkyTrain schedules provided are estimates only and are subject to change based on operational requirements.

For detailed information on these schedules, plan your trip with Google or TransLink Trip Planner.

  • Peak Hours: Morning and afternoon rush hour when there’s the greatest demand and transit’s the busiest.

  • Midday: The period of time between the morning and afternoon peak hours.

  • Evening: The time period following the afternoon peak hours.

  • Late night: Following the evening service period, extending to the early hours of the morning.

  • Early Sat/Sun: Early mornings on the weekends.

  • Sat, Sun/Holidays: From late morning to late night on weekends and statutory holidays.

Time of Day YVR–Airport to Waterfront Richmond–Brighouse to Waterfront Bridgeport to Waterfront
Early mornings 12 min. 12 min. 6 min.
Peak hours 6 min. 6 min. 3 min.
Midday 6-7 min. 6-7 min. 3-4 min.
Evening 12 min. 12 min. 6 min.
Late night 20 min. 20 min. 10 min.
Sat, Sun/Holidays 7-20 min. 7-20 min. 4-10 min.

Please note: Prior to 5:30 am weekdays, 6 am Saturdays, and 7:30 am Sundays & Holidays, the Cordova Street entrance to Waterfront Station is closed. During that time, Canada Line customers should enter Waterfront via the entrance on Granville at Hastings.

Destination First Train Last Train
Waterfront to YVR–Airport 4:48 a.m. 1:05 a.m.
Waterfront to Richmond–Brighouse 5:30 a.m. 1:15 a.m.
YVR–Airport to Waterfront 5:07 a.m. 12:56 a.m.
Richmond–Brighouse to Waterfront 5:02 a.m. 12:46 a.m.

On West Cordova St. between Granville and Seymour in Downtown Vancouver, this station links to SeaBus and West Coast Express. Enter from Cordova through the old railway station or from the dedicated Canada Line entrance on Granville just south of Hastings.

On the southwest corner of Granville St. and West Georgia St. in Downtown Vancouver. Enter from or beneath the street level, from Pacific Centre, or from Vancouver Centre malls.

On Davie St. at Mainland St. in Vancouver. Serves the various downtown south neighbourhoods.

On West 2nd Ave. at Cambie St., adjacent to the Cambie Bridge in Vancouver. Serves the South False Creek residential and commercial area.

On the southeast corner of Cambie St. and West Broadway in Vancouver. Connection point for the popular 99 B-Line bus.

On the northwest corner of Cambie St. and West King Edward Ave. in Vancouver. Queen Elizabeth Park is located nearby.

On the southwest corner of Cambie St. and West 41st Ave. in Vancouver, steps away from the Oakridge Mall entrance.

On the northeast corner of Cambie St. and West 49th Ave. in Vancouver. Langara College is located three blocks to the east.

On the southeast corner of Cambie St. and Southwest Marine Dr. in Vancouver. Serves the Marpole residential area.

On River Rd. near Great Canadian Way, north of Bridgeport Rd., located in Richmond. River Rock Casino is attached to the station via a multi-level parking garage that also serves as a Park and Ride.

On No. 3 Rd. just south of Cambie Rd. in Richmond. Close to numerous shopping malls along Richmond's Golden Village, including (from north to south) Yaohan Centre, President Plaza, Aberdeen Centre and Parker Place.

On No. 3 Rd. just north of Lansdowne Rd. in Richmond. Serves Lansdowne Mall and Kwantlen Polytechnic University.

On No. 3 Rd. across the street from Richmond Centre Mall in Richmond. Close to Minoru Park and Richmond City Hall.

On Grauer Rd., eastern Sea Island, along the Canada Line branch serving Vancouver International Airport (YVR) in Richmond. Serves the Burkeville neighbourhood. The large parking lot here serves airport employees.

On Sea Island, along the Canada Line branch serving Vancouver International Airport (YVR) in Richmond. Serves the Air Canada hangar and other businesses nearby YVR.

The only station at Vancouver International Airport (YVR), located in Richmond. Connected directly to terminals for domestic, US, and overseas flights. Provides a direct public transit connection between YVR and Downtown Vancouver.


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