Vancouver SkyTrain Stations

The Vancouver SkyTrain is a fully-automated, driverless, light rapid transit system with three integrated routes serving the Metro Vancouver area. SkyTrain stations and cars are wheelchair accessible and are closely linked with bus service.

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The Expo Line connects Downtown Vancouver with the cities of Burnaby, New Westminster, and Surrey. The Expo Line operates two routes, one between Waterfront Station (Downtown Vancouver) and King George Station (Surrey) and the second between Waterfront Station (Downtown Vancouver) and Production Way–University Station (Burnaby).

Train Marker for Expo Line Passengers can transfer to the Millennium Line at Commercial–Broadway Station, Lougheed Town Centre Station and 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.

  • Waterfront Station
  • Burrard Station
  • Granville Station
  • Stadium–Chinatown Station
  • Main Street–Science World Station
  • Commercial–Broadway Station
  • Nanaimo Station
  • 29th Avenue Station
  • Joyce–Collingwood Station
  • Patterson Station
  • Metrotown Station
  • Royal Oak Station
  • Edmonds Station
  • 22nd Street Station
  • New Westminster Station
  • Columbia Station
  • Sapperton Station
  • Braid Station
  • Lougheed Town Centre Station
  • Production Way–University Station
British Columbia Rapid Transit Company Ltd. (BCRTC), on behalf of TransLink, maintains and operates the Expo Line.

The Millennium Line connects east Vancouver to Burnaby and into Port Moody and Coquitlam. The Millennium Line operates between VCC–Clark Station and Lafarge Lake–Douglas Station.

Train Marker for Millennium LinePassengers can transfer to the Expo Line at Commercial–Broadway Station, Production Way–University Station or Lougheed Town Centre Station. Passengers can also transfer to the Canada Line, SeaBus and West Coast Express at Waterfront Station.

  • VCC–Clark Station
  • Commercial–Broadway Station
  • Renfrew Station
  • Rupert
  • Gilmore
  • Brentwood Town Centre Station
  • Holdom Station
  • Sperling–Burnaby Lake Station
  • Lake City Way Station
  • Production Way–University Station
  • Lougheed Town Centre Station
  • Burquitlam Station
  • Moody Centre Station
  • Inlet Centre Station
  • Coquitlam Central Station
  • Lincoln Station
  • Lafarge Lake–Douglas Station

British Columbia Rapid Transit Company Ltd. (BCRTC), on behalf of TransLink, maintains and operates the Millennium Line.

The Canada Line travels between Downtown Vancouver, the Vancouver International Airport (YVR), and Richmond. The Canada Line has two routes. One line operates between Waterfront and YVR–Airport stations and a second line operates between Waterfront and Richmond–Brighouse stations.

Train Marker for Canada LinePassengers can transfer to the SkyTrain’s Expo and Millennium Lines, SeaBus, or West Coast Express at Waterfront station. Use Bridgeport Station to transfer from a YVR–Airport-bound train to a Richmond–Brighouse-bound train.

  • Waterfront Station
  • Vancouver City Centre Station
  • Yaletown–Roundhouse Station
  • Olympic Village Station
  • Broadway–City Hall Station
  • King Edward Station
  • Oakridge–41st Ave Station
  • Langara–49th Ave Station
  • Marine Drive Station
  • Bridgeport Station
  • Templeton Station
  • Sea Island Centre Station
  • YVR–Airport Station
  • Waterfront Station
  • Vancouver City Centre Station
  • Yaletown–Roundhouse Station
  • Olympic Village Station
  • Broadway–City Hall Station
  • King Edward Station
  • Oakridge–41st Ave Station
  • Langara–49th Ave Station
  • Marine Drive Station
  • Bridgeport Station
  • Aberdeen Station
  • Lansdowne Station
  • Richmond–Brighouse Station
PROTRANS BC, is the private operator of the Canada Line.
Visit the TransLink website to learn about the Ticket Pricing and Fare Zones and where to buy tickets. Create a Transit Alerts Account to be notified by text message (SMS) and/or email about disruptions, updates, or changes.