Coast Mountain Bus Company route 402 'Richmond-Brighouse Stn/ Two Road'
|Operations||Richmond Transit Centre|
|Vehicles||NFI XD40 |
Nova Bus LFS
|Branches||402 Brighouse Station|
402 Two Road
402 Brighouse Station/Two Road is a bus route operated by Coast Mountain Bus Company in Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
This is a north-south route in Richmond connecting Richmond–Brighouse Station and Steveston running primarily along No. 2 Road.
Northbound trips depart Steveston Exchange heading east on Chatham Street, south on No. 1 Road, east on Moncton Street, north on No. 2 Road, east on Blundell Road, north on No. 3 Road to Richmond–Brighouse Station.
Southbound trips depart Richmond–Brighouse Station by heading south on No. 3 Road, west onto Blundell Road, and then southbound along No. 2 Road until Moncton Street. From Moncton the route travels west, then north on No. 1 Road and west onto Chatham Street to terminate on at Steveston Exchange at Chatham & 2nd Avenue.
Some southbound trips take an alternate route in Steveston by continuing north on No. 1 Road at No. 1 & Moncton Street, west on Steveston Highway, south on 4th Avenue, east on Chatham Street to Steveston Exchange.
Points of Interest
- Richmond–Brighouse Station (Bay 1)
- Richmond Centre
- Richmond City Hall
- Brighouse Park
- Blundell Park
- Blundell Shopping Centre
- Steveston School
- Steveston Harbor
- Gulf of Georgia Cannery
- Steveston Exchange (Bay 2)
- 1958 - Service introduced as 62 No. Two Road, connecting Sexsmith Loop with Steveston via No. 2 Road. Replaced portions of the 73 No. 2–5 Road
- July 1961 - Evening weekday service revised to extend from Sexsmith Loop to Downtown Vancouver and ran as part of the 60 Richmond Express to eliminate the need to transfer between local Richmond routes and the number 60 bus. Service revised to be interlined with the 61 No. 1 Road
- August 1977 - Route renumbered from 62 to 402 and routing revised to serve Richmond Centre and Sexsmith Loop only during AM peak hours; peak hour service extended to Vancouver
- May 1984 - Destination sign simplification: Service renamed from 402 No. Two Road to 402 Two Road/Richmond Exchange/Vancouver
- May 1986 - Peak-hour trips rerouted to go via the Moray Channel Bridge and the Arthur Laing Bridge instead of the Oak Street Bridge following the completion of new commuter ramps on Sea Island to provide faster and more direct service between Richmond and Vancouver
- December 1991 - Accessible service introduced on select trips
- September 2000 - Operations transferred from Oakridge Transit Centre to Richmond Transit Centre
- August 2001 - Service to Downtown Vancouver discontinued as part of 98 B-Line service changes and route extended from Richmond Centre to Knight Street & Marine Drive replacing the 420 Bridgeport/Richmond Exchange; service change deferred from April due to transit strike
- April 2002 - Service revised to terminate at Richmond Centre and portion between Richmond Centre and Knight & Marine in Vancouver replaced by an extension of the 407 Bridgeport/Gilbert; introduction of 492 Burrard Station/Two Road peak hour express service results in frequency adjusted to every 30 minutes
- September 2009 - Service increased with the opening of the Canada Line and minor routing adjustment at Richmond–Brighouse Station
- May 2020 - Brighouse Station terminus revised from Cook Road & Buswell Street to No. 3 Road & Cook Road due to construction
- November 2020 - Completion of Brighouse Station Bus Mall results in terminus at No. 3 Road & Cook Road and layover at Park Road & Buswell Street being moved into Bus Mall and eastbound routing revised to no longer take No. 3, Park, Buswell, Cook, No. 3, Park, to layover
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- The Buzzer August 12, 1977 Issue translink.ca, retrieved 23-04-2020
- The Buzzer May 25, 1984 Issue translink.ca, retrieved 26-04-2020
- The Buzzer February 28, 1986 Issue, translink.ca, retrieved 19-11-2017
- The Buzzer April 30, 1986 Issue translink.ca, retrieved 19-11-2017
- The Buzzer August 30, 1991 Issue, translink.ca, retrieved 17-01-2017
- The Buzzer March 30, 2001 Issue translink.ca, retrieved 04-05-2020
- The Buzzer August 8, 2001 Issue translink.ca, retrieved 04-05-2020
- The Buzzer April 5, 2002 Issue, translink.ca, retrieved 26-03-2010
- Important changes in Richmond Transit Service, translink.ca, retrieved 25-09-2009
- The Buzzer September 4, 2009 Issue, translink.ca, retrieved 04-02-2021