Stadium–Chinatown Station - Station Information - Transit Connections

Transit Connections

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  • Local and suburban buses stops are located at the intersection of Cambie and Dunsmuir Street, one block west from the Beatty Street entrance:
17 Oak
240 15th Street
241 Upper Lonsdale
242 Upper Lonsdale
246 Highland
247 Upper Capilano
N15 Cambie Night Bus
N24 Upper Lonsdale Night Bus
  • In addition, local community shuttles serving the north False Creek area operates on Expo Boulevard and Abbott Street, on the east side of the station near Expo Boulevard entrance:
C21 Beach
C23 Main Street Station

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