Coast Mountain Bus Company route 210 'Upper Lynn Valley / Burrard Station'
|Service Area||North Vancouver|
|Termini||Underwood Avenue at Evelyn Street|
|Operations||Burnaby Transit Centre|
|Vehicles||Nova Bus LFS|
|Branches||210 Upper Lynn Valley|
210 Burrard Station
210 Phibbs Exchange (select trips)
* Trips terminate at Colosseum Loop at N. Renfrew Street & Dundas Street during The Fair at the Pacific National Exhibition
210 Upper Lynn Valley/Burrard Station is a bus route operated by Coast Mountain Bus Company in Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
This is a north-south route connecting Downtown Vancouver and the Upper Lynn Valley in North Vancouver via the Second Narrows Crossing. Service runs daily during the daytime only. Evening trips after 8pm daily operate as the 209, with local service and no changes in routing.
Northbound trips depart from Burrard Station at Dunsmuir Street & Burrard Street heading west along Dunsmuir, north onto Thurlow Street, and then east on W. Pender Street, north on Homer Street, and east onto E. Cordova Street. Trips continue along Cordova becoming Powell Street to Dundas Street, north on N. Nanaimo Street becoming McGill Street and then Ironworkers Memorial Second Narrows Crossing by on-ramp and then Main Street off-ramp to Phibbs Exchange in North Vancouver. Trips continue from Phibbs Exchange heading west on Oxford Street, north along Mountain Highway, then west on E. Keith Road and back onto Mountain Highway heading north all the way to McNair Drive becoming Hoskins Road, east on Dempsey Road and then north on Underwood Avenue to Underwood & Evelyn Street where it terminates.
Southbound trips depart Underwood Avenue & Evelyn Street by heading north on Underwood, west on Coleman Street, north on Hoskins Road becoming McNair Drive, then south on Mountain Highway, east on E. Keith Road, south on Mountain Highway, east on Oxford Street to Phibbs Exchange. Continuing from Phibbs Exchange, the route uses the bus access road onto Highway 1 where it crosses the Ironworkers Memorial Second Narrows Bridge, taking the McGill Street exit heading west on McGill, becoming N. Nanaimo Street, then west on Dundas Street becoming Powell Street, then south on Main Street, west on E. Pender Street, south on Howe Street, west on Dunsmuir Street to Burrard Station.
One trip in each direction on weekday evenings terminate at Phibbs Exchange. Some trips in both directions start at Phibbs Exchange.
When school is in session, there are three school specials in the afternoon. One trip starts at Mountain Highway & Frederick Road and terminates at Phibbs Exchange with no changes in routing. A second trip starts at Mountain Highway & Lynn Valley Road running towards Upper Lynn Valley with no changes in routing. A third trip starts at Boulevard Crescent & E. 19th Street heading north on Boulevard Crescent becoming Lynn Valley Road, north on Mountain Highway, then regular route to Upper Lynn Valley.
During The Fair at the Pacific National Exhibition, select 210 trips operate as an express service from Phibbs Exchange to Colosseum Loop at N. Renfrew & Dundas.
|210 Stopping Procedures|
|Pick-up and drop-off service at all local stops. Pick-up and drop-off restrictions apply at stops in Vancouver. Drop-off only service at all 210 stops towards Burrard Station and pick-up only service at all 210 stops towards Upper Lynn Valley.|
Points of Interest
- Burrard Station (Bay 2)
- Granville Station
- Queen Elizabeth Theatre
- Little Tokyo
- Oppenheimer Park
- Pacific Coliseum
- New Brighton Park
- Phibbs Exchange (Bay 4 – Burrard Station) (Bay 9 – Upper Lynn Valley)
- Seylynn Park
- Bridgman Park
- Brooksbank Park
- Lynn Valley Centre
- Lynn Valley Park
- Mountain View Park
- McNair Place Park
- Evelynn Park
- January 1964 - Route introduced as 93 Mountain Highway. Service goes from Seymour Terminal (Seymour Blvd. at Fern St.) along Mountain Highway to Ross Rd.
- Circa 1970 - Newly opened Phibbs Exchange replaces Seymour Terminal.
- October 1973 - Service is extended to downtown Vancouver (Hornby at Smithe) and the northern terminus changes to Coleman and Underwood. Route is renamed 910 Mountain Highway FastBUS.
- May 1975 - Downtown terminus moved to Haro-Smithe Connector between Thurlow and Burrard Streets.
- February 1974 - Northern portion of the route extends up to McNair Drive from Mountain Highway to the terminus at Underwood at Dempsey.
- April 1981 - Downtown routing revised to take Pender Street; service along Main Street and Hastings Street discontinued
- November 1986 - Downtown terminus extended to Burrard Station from Dunsmuir & Hornby
- December 1991 - Accessible service introduced on select trips
- December 1996 - Service after 10pm daily revised to operate as 4 Upper Lynn Valley/Downtown between downtown and Phibbs Exchange
- Winter 2008 - Operations moved from Burnaby Transit Centre to North Vancouver Transit Centre
- April 2011 - All service after 8pm revised to run as route 209 Upper Lynn Valley/Vancouver. 
- June 2013 - Powell Street Upgrades: Upper Lynn Valley routing detoured from Homer & Pender via Homer, Hastings, Clark, then regular routing; Vancouver-bound service from Powell & Clark via Clark, Hastings, Howe, then regular route to Burrard Station
- August 2014 - Completion of Powell Street Upgrades; regular routing restored
- September 2016 - North Vancouver Transit Centre closed down, operations moved to Burnaby Transit Centre
- April 2020 - Southbound trips renamed from 210 Vancouver to 210 Burrard Station
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