Change can be hard, but the good news is, it doesn’t have to be! We’ve got everything you need to help you on your way on October 22nd, and beyond!
If you haven’t yet heard, on October 22nd, 2016 the way you ride SkyTrain may be changing. In advance of the Evergreen Extension opening later this year, the operating pattern of the SkyTrain network will be different than what you’ve become accustomed to. Arguably, the biggest change in the operating pattern will take place at Lougheed Town Centre Station and Production Way – University Station.
Is Lougheed Town Centre Station part of your commute? Our friends in wayfinding have created this visual to help you understand what to expect come October 22nd.
Are you a Production Way – University Station regular? Here’s how the upcoming October 22nd change may affect your SkyTrain commute.
Still have questions? Check out our Facebook Livestream with Ian Fisher, outlining all of the changes.
For more information on the operating pattern,
And one more time — the key points of the change that may impact you are summarized below:
New operating pattern – October 22nd:
o The Expo Line will now have two branches.
- One route will continue to travel between Waterfront and King George stations.
- A second Expo Line route will run between Waterfront and Production Way–University stations.
o The Millennium Line will no longer travel to/from Waterfront Station. Instead, it will
now run between VCC–Clark and Lougheed Stations.
You will be able to transfer between the Millennium and Expo lines at three places:
o Commercial–Broadway Station
o Lougheed Town Centre Station
o Production Way–University Station
Please note: You will no longer be able to transfer to or from the Millennium Line at Columbia Station or Waterfront Station.
Author: Sarah Kertcher