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Important: Dunsmuir St bus stops east of Howe to be discontinued, Mon May 24

Important: Dunsmuir St bus stops east of Howe to be discontinued, Mon May 24

A map of the Dunsmuir Street bike lane, from the <a href=http://vancouver.ca/engsvcs/transport/cycling/separated/connecting.htm>City of Vancouver</a>.
A map of the Dunsmuir Street bike lane, from the City of Vancouver.

The City of Vancouver has just approved a dedicated bike lane for Dunsmuir Street, and due to construction of that lane, some of the bus stops running along Dunsmuir Street will be taken out of service on Monday May 24.

This affects riders of the 210, 211, 214, N8, and N24. Here is exactly what it means for you:

  • The #210 Upper Lynn Valley, #211 Seymour/Phibbs Exchange, the #214 Phibbs Exchange/Downtown (after 8pm) and #214 Blueridge/Phibbs Exchange will come into Vancouver along Pender as far as Howe, then turn up Howe and then on Dunsmuir to the terminus at Burrard Station. (Here’s a PDF reroute map: btw the diagram shows Carrall St, but buses are temporarily using Main while Carroll is being worked on.)
  • The N8 Fraser NightBus will move from Bay 3 at Howe and Dunsmuir to Bay 1. (PDF reroute map)
  • The N24 Upper Lonsdale NightBus will travel along Georgia to Seymour, then down Seymour to Pender, along Pender to Howe and up to the NightBus terminus at Howe and Dunsmuir. This is a new terminus for the N24. (PDF reroute map)

Signs will be posted, notifying customers of the discontinued stops! For more information, please call Customer Information at 604-953-3333.