Coast Mountain Bus Company route C46 'Albion / Haney Place'
C46 Albion/Haney Place is a community shuttle route operated by Coast Mountain Bus Company in Metro Vancouver, BC Canada.
This is an east-west shuttle service operating in a counter clockwise loop in the District of Maple Ridge. Service is available seven days a week running every two hours with improved hourly to half hourly service during peak periods. Clockwise service is provided by route C45 Cottonwood/Haney Place.
Trips depart Haney Place routing by McIntosh onto Edge Street and then Dewdney Trunk Road westbound, south along 222nd Street onto Haney Bypass, 225th Street, 116th Avenue and then Lougheed Highway heading west until turning off onto Tamarack Lane, 105th Avenue and then back onto Lougheed Highway. Trips exit Lougheed onto 240th Street heading north followed by 102nd Avenue, Jackson Road and then 104th Avenue westbound until 245B.
The route becomes C46 Haney Place on 104th at 245B and continues westward by 240th Street northbound, 112th Avenue, Kanaka Way, Gilker Hill Road, 112th and then 236th Street, 116th Avenue, Creekside Street and then 238B Street onto Dewdney Trunk Road. From Dewdney the route travels west to take 232nd southbound, 116th back onto Lougheed Highway heading westbound, 226th Street and then McIntosh to Haney Place Exchange.
Peak morning and afternoon service routes by Port Haney Station by 222nd Street onto Haney Bypass, Callaghan, 223rd Street, River Road and then Port Haney Station before continuing along River, Haney Bypass, 225th Street, 116th Avenue and then Lougheed Highway and its regular route.
Points of Interest
- Haney Place Mall
- Maple Ridge Municipal Hall
- Haney Place Exchange (Bay 4)
- Memorial Gardens
- Maple Ridge Public Library
- Port Haney Station (Peak hours only)
- Brickwood Park (Peak hours only)
- Douglas College
- Planet Ice Sports Entertainment Complex
- Samuel Robertson Technical School
- Thomas Haney Secondary School
- April 2006 - Select peak hour trips diverted to service Port Haney Station
- April 2008 - Service on Sundays and holidays introduced running every two hours
- The route is served by Community Shuttles running out of Port Coquitlam Transit Centre.
- The Buzzer April 24, 2006 Issue, translink.ca, retrieved 23-04-2010
- The Buzzer April 11, 2008 Issue, translink.ca, retrieved 23-04-2010