Coast Mountain Bus Company route 15 'Cambie / Olympic Village Station'
|Termini||Marine Drive Station|
Olympic Village Station
|Operations||Vancouver Transit Centre|
|Vehicles||NFI D40LF |
Nova Bus LFS
Nova Bus LFS HEV
15 Olympic Village Station
15 Cambie/Olympic Village Station is a bus route operated by Coast Mountain Bus Company in Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
This is a north-south route running along Cambie Street and connecting residential neighbourhoods in Vancouver. It parallels the Canada Line and also has overnight service running as the N15 NightBus. The route is part of the Frequent Transit Network (FTN) providing bus service 15 minutes or better for 15 hours or more, seven days a week.
Northbound trips depart Marine Drive Station running along Cambie Street until turning westbound onto W. 6th Avenue where trips become route 50 Waterfront Station. Southbound service begins from W. 6th Avenue & Cambie where 50 False Creek South trips terminate.
Points of Interest
- Olympic Village Station (Bay 3)
- Broadway–City Hall Station (Bay 2 – Olympic Village Station) (Bay 3 – Cambie)
- Vancouver City Hall
- King Edward Station (Bay 2 – Olympic Village Station) (Bay 4 – Cambie)
- Queen Elizabeth Park
- Oakridge Centre
- Oakridge–41st Avenue Station (Bay 1 – Cambie) (Bay 6 – Olympic Village Station)
- Langara–49th Avenue Station (Bay 1 – Olympic Village Station) (Bay 4 – Cambie)
- Marine Drive Station (Bay 1)
- Marine Gateway Shopping Complex
- 1948 - Introduced the first trolley service from Cambie-Fraser with no route number, Cambie Terminal was located at 29th Avenue.
- August 1957 - Interlining with the 6 Fraser
- 1960s - Service extended to 64th Avenue.
- April 1981 - Interlining with the 6 Fraser ends and interlining with the 19 Kingsway begins
- November 1984 - Cambie Street Bridge reconstruction: service detoured onto Granville Street using diesel buses and operated express service on Broadway between Granville and Cambie; downtown-bound buses renamed to 15 to Downtown only
- December 1985 - Service returned use Cambie Street Bridge following completion of new bridge
- January 1986 - Downtown routing revised to take Robson, Burrard, Pender, to Hamilton
- September 2003 - Trolley service adjustment, route traded interlining with 8 Fraser/Downtown from route 17 Oak/Downtown. Northbound routing from Hamilton Street, then via: Robson to Granville and interlining with 8 to Fraser, Southbound from Pender at Hamilton via: Pender, Burrard, Robson and Cambie.
- September 2005 - Trolley wires are removed ending trolley service and the interline with route 8 discontinued
- April 2006 - Service rerouted due to construction of the Canada Line; service to route west on Robson, north along Seymour, east on Pender and then southbound on Cambie
- September 2009 - Service is reduced due to introduction of Canada Line and Cambie terminus moved to Marine Drive Station
- September 2010 - Service revised to operate along Granville Street from Seymour with the completion of the Canada Line
- April 2011 - Service revised to interline with route 50 Waterfront Station/False Creek South. Service into downtown cancelled
- April 24–May 14, 2020 - Service suspended as part of cost saving measures due to low ridership relating to the COVID-19 pandemic
- The Buzzer August 23, 1957 Issue translink.ca, retrieved 09-09-2010
- The Buzzer April 3, 1981 Issue translink.ca, retrieved 16-05-2020
- The Buzzer November 9, 1984 Issue translink.ca, retrieved 26-04-2020
- The Buzzer December 6, 1985 Issue translink.ca, retrieved 26-04-2020
- The Buzzer December 20, 1985 Issue translink.ca, retrieved 26-04-2020
- The Buzzer April 24, 2006 Issue, translink.ca, retrieved 23-04-2010
- September 7, 2009 bus adjustments 3, 8, 160 discontinued service, plus bus bay changes, buzzer.translink.ca, retrieved 07-09-09
- The Buzzer April 1. 2011 Issue, translink.ca, retrieved 28-12-2017
- TransLink implements cost saving measures The Buzzer, retrieved 22-04-2020