Coast Mountain Bus Company route 100 '22nd St Stn / Marpole Loop'
|Service Area||New Westminster|
|Termini||22nd Street Station|
|Operations||Hamilton Transit Centre|
|Vehicles||NFI XE40 |
Nova Bus LFSe
Nova Bus LFS HEV
|Branches||100 22nd Street Station|
100 22nd Street Station via Trapp*
100 Marpole via Trapp*
100 To Knight Street**
* Limited service route diversion
100 22nd Street Station/Marpole is a bus route operated by Coast Mountain Bus Company in Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
This is a west-east route connecting 22nd Street Station in New Westminster and Marine Drive Station and Marpole Loop in Vancouver running primarily on Marine Drive. It is a Frequent Transit Network (FTN) route with service 15 minutes or better for 15 hours or more, seven days a week.
Westbound trips begin from 22nd Street Station heading west on 7th Avenue and turns onto Marine Drive. It makes a slight detour onto Byrnepark Drive and Southridge Drive before returning to Marine Drive. The route continues to west and onto SE Marine Drive becoming SW Marine Drive, then turning south on Yukon Street to Marine Drive Station. From Marine Drive Station, it continues north on Cambie Street, west on SW Marine Drive, north onto Granville Street, east on 70th Avenue and south along Hudson Street to reach Marpole Loop.
Eastbound trips depart from Marpole Loop heading east on SW Marine Drive, south on Yukon Street to Marine Drive Station, then north on Yukon Street, east on SW Marine Drive becoming Marine Drive, east on Southridge Drive and continuing south on Marine Drive, and east on 7th Avenue to 22nd Street Station.
Limited service in both directions go via Trapp Road and Willard Street, bypassing portions of Marine Drive. Eastbound trips from Marine Drive & Willard Street go south on Willard becoming Trapp Road and then becoming 7th Avenue, before continuing on its regular routing to 22nd Street. Westbound trips instead of turning off 7th Avenue and onto Marine Drive, continue on 7th Avenue becoming Trapp Road and Willard Street, then heads east on Marine Drive, north on Byrnepark Drive, and continues on its regular routing to Marpole Loop. Trapp service runs hourly daily and is increased during the PM peak hour service to every half hour.
Peak hour westbound afternoon trips use 71st Avenue instead of 70th Avenue to turn onto Hudson and arrive at Marpole Loop.
Select evening weekend/holiday trips departing Marpole Loop short-turn at SE Marine Drive & Knight Street and select westbound trips begin at SE Marine & Knight.
Points of Interest
- 22nd Street Station (Bay 6)
- Willard Park
- Froggers Creek Ravine Park
- Grey Creek Ravine Park
- Kaymar Ravine Park
- Champlain Park
- Fraserview Golf Course
- Knight Street Bridge (Marine at Knight)
- Marine Drive Station (Bay 2)
- Marine Gateway Shopping Complex
- Marpole Park
- Vancouver Transit Centre
- Marpole Loop (Bay 4 – Marpole) (Bay 5 – 22nd Street Station)
- January 1975 - Service introduced as 800 Midway Connector, connecting Port Coquitlam and New Westminster
- February 1977 - Service extended to the airport
- August 1978 - Westbound trips revised to operate as 100 Midway Connector
- February 1979 - Service through Marpole rerouted via Marine, Hudson, 70th Avenue, Granville, Marine, Arthur Laing Bridge to airport to provide improved connections to downtown-bound services on Granville Street
- October 1984 - Service renamed from 100/800 Midway Connector to 100 New Westminster Station/Airport; buses on trips beginning/terminating in Port Coquitlam to continue displaying 100 Midway Connector
- March 1985 - Evening and Sunday service between Port Coquitlam and New Westminster discontinued
- January 1986 - Service revised to connect with SkyTrain at 22nd Street and New Westminster stations; alternating trips revised to go via Trapp and Willard, replacing portions of the 108; service beyond 8th & Columbia to Queens and 6th Street in Uptown in New Westminster discontinued and revised as short-turn trips at New Westminster Station instead
- May 1986 - Re-routed in both directions to serve the park-and-ride at Lougheed Highway at King Edward Avenue 
- September 1986 - Early morning Sunday trips that began from Harrison Loop going towards the airport discontinued due to low ridership
- December 1989 - Re-routed to Miller Road, between Russ Baker Way and Crossover Road
- 1990s - Formerly operated between Vancouver International Airport and Port Coquitlam Centre; Shortened to New Westminster Station and New Westminster Station/Port Coquitlam Centre section replaced by route 158, operated by Port Coquitlam Transit Centre
- December 1991 - Accessible service introduced on select trips
- Around 1996 - CNG buses introduced for route 100.
- August 1997 - Plans for the RAV Line included extending route 100 to Bridgeport Station running as 100 22nd Street Station/Bridgeport Station
- September 1997 - Service between Marpole Loop and Vancouver International Airport to run every 15 minutes
- December 1997 - Sunday and holiday service between noon and 6:30 PM is revised with every second trip towards New Westminster Station short-turned at 22nd Street Station
- November 1999 - Route became equipped with bike racks
- September 2000 - Operation transferred to Oakridge Transit Centre
- January 2001 - Service rerouted into Airport Station following completion of construction work
- April 2001 - All service to New Westminster Station discontinued and eastern terminus moved to 22nd Street Station
- October 2001 - Service revised to terminate at Airport Station following the introduction of the 424 Airport Station/Airport
- End of 2007 - Nova Bus LFS buses begin service
- September 2009 - With the introduction of the Canada Line, service to Airport Station ceases and terminus moved to Marpole Loop; interlining with 424 Airport Stn/Airport also ended due to route cancellation
- Late September 2009 - Marpole Loop bus bay moved to Bay 1 from Bay 2
- September 2016 - Route operations moved from Vancouver Transit Centre to Hamilton Transit Centre as part of a mass re-organization involving closure of North Vancouver Transit Centre and the transfer of all its operations to Burnaby Transit Centre. CNG buses were reintroduced to the route after a 16-year absence as a result.
- Fall 2016 - To facilitate transfers to and from late night 405/407 service, short-turn terminus moved from EB Marine Drive at Ross Street to EB Marine Drive at Knight Street
- September 2019 - Electric buses introduced as part of the Pan-Canadian Electric-Bus Demonstration and Integration Trial which is a 2.5-year pilot composed of 18 buses spread throughout Vancouver, Brampton, and North York.
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