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More reasons to take the 160 bus: weekday, daytime offers!

If you’re here, you probably already know that TransLink provides one of the fastest, most convenient and affordable ways to zip around Metro Vancouver. We connect you to everything. Your errands, like grocery shopping and going to the pharmacy. Transit connects your social life, like restaurants and coffee shops. And your me-time, like exercise studios, parks and beaches. You can take transit to get anywhere and do anything – and one of our most versatile routes is the 160 Kootenay Loop / Port Coquitlam Station bus.

The 160 bus can take you from East Hastings Street in Vancouver all the way to downtown Port Coquitlam. Zoom through up to three zones with a single tap! Even if your destination is just a little further away, the 160 Bus connects you directly to the 95 B-Line into downtown Vancouver, as well as SkyTrain’s Millennium Line at Moody Centre, Inlet Centre, Lafarge Lake–Douglas, Lincoln and Coquitlam Central stations.

Along the route you’ll find everything you need for a productive day. The bus comes every 15 minutes during the daytime to ensure you’re never waiting too long to get moving. And since the 160 stops every few blocks, you’re never too far from your destination. It’s the next best thing to having a private driver to take you directly to where you’re headed. Once you’re on board, you’ll notice there’s plenty of space and plenty of seats, so you can settle in for a more comfortable ride.

If that’s not enough, there are five more great reasons to take the 160 bus. In partnership with some of the great cafés and restaurants along the route, we’re offering special deals when you show your Compass Card, Compass Ticket or bus transfer. Take advantage of these great offers with the 160 on weekdays, between 9:30 a.m. and 3 p.m., until December 31, 2019.

So, stop thinking about traffic, parking, and all the hassles that come with it. Take the 160 bus to your destination – it’s your ticket to the neighbourhood!


4 Comments

  • By Stephen Rees, October 16, 2019 @ 5:42 pm

    I would have enjoyed this post a lot more if someone had checked the coding first.

    You young people do not understand how frustrating small print can be.

  • By Sarah Kertcher, October 17, 2019 @ 10:10 am

    Hey Stephen!
    We’ve updated the post for your viewing pleasure! Apologies for that :)

  • By Sarah, October 23, 2019 @ 8:07 am

    Would love to provide an offer for ride160 — who do we get in touch with?

    Thanks!

  • By Daniel, October 22, 2019 @ 11:07 am

    I went to Gabi’s the other day – amazing huge slices of pie! The 160 is a chill route I like that you can get to heaps of SkyTrain stops and pretty much always get a seat. The 160 is always pretty punctual too!

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