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Bus stop changes at 29th Avenue Station

 

Phase one bus stop moves

Route 16 and 33 bus stops will temporarily move as of January 24.

TransLink will be upgrading the 29th Avenue Station Exchange to improve customer access, safety and security.

During this upgrade work, temporary traffic patterns and bus stop location changes will occur.

Until mid-February, the regular stops for the 16 and 33 buses will be moved outside the bus loop.

The number 16 bus bay has been relocated to north side of 29th Avenue.

The number 33 bus bay has been relocated to south side of 29th Avenue.

The upgrades for this exchange will include:

  • A new bus bay to allow all buses to pick up and drop off within the bus loop.
  • Improved lighting, glass shelters and lower profile landscaping to make the bus loop more visible and safer.
  • Three new crosswalks to improve safety and access tot he bus loop and station.
  • New bus stop ID poles with braille and tactile strips to meet accessibility standards and better direct customers.

The entire project is set to wrap up Summer 2017.

For more information about upcoming bus stop changes at this station,
call Customer Information at 604.953.3333 or visit translink.ca/alerts and click the alerts tab.

Author: Adrienne Coling


3 Comments

  • By war on the car, January 25, 2017 @ 12:47 pm

    Are there plans to add any of the plan documents on the Plans and Projects section of the Web site? I looked around and couldn’t find any information there… inquiring minds want more!

  • By Adrienne Coling, January 25, 2017 @ 1:11 pm

    Hey there! I’m checking in with the project manager. Stay tuned! :)

  • By Adrienne Coling, February 3, 2017 @ 9:14 am

    Hey there, basically what we have on the blog is what’s happening. There really isn’t any more information at this time but we will share the continued phases of this project here. I also have an overhead birds eye view rendering if you’d like, I can email that to you. Thanks!

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