Coast Mountain Bus Company route 160 'Port Coquitlam Stn / Vancouver'
160 Port Coquitlam Station/Vancouver is a bus route operated by Coast Mountain Bus Company in Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
The east-west route connects Downtown Vancouver, North Burnaby, Port Moody, Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam.
The route begins at Port Coquitlam Station heading west along Wilson Avenue, Shaughnessy, west on Lougheed Highway to Coquitlam Station where Lougheed meets Barnett. It loops around Coquitlam Station and takes Mariner Way to get back onto Barnett and later Barnett/St. Johns Street. It follows Barnett as it makes it way north of the Burnaby Mountain Conservation Area and uses Inlet Drive to access Hastings Street. The route turns south on Hastings at Howe and then onto Dunsmuir to terminate at Burrard Station.
Eastbound trips take Melville Street, Thurlow northbound, West Pender, Burrard back onto Hastings Street. Trips access Coquitlam Station by Mariner Way/Johnston Street and Access Road and use Pinetree Way to get back onto Lougheed Highway.
Limited service is provided in Coquitlam by Pinetree Way, Guildford Way and Ioco Road back to St. Johns Street/Barnett Highway towards Downtown, or in reverse eastbound. As well, limited morning peak service is provided to Port Moody Station by St. Johns Street, Moody, Clarke and then back to Barnett Highway westbound. Certain westbound trips take St. Johns Street, Williams Street to access Port Moody Station, Williams to St. Johns and then back to the regular route. Three eastbound trips start at Port Moody Station and terminate at Coquitlam Station.
Local Service until Inlet at Ridge (Westbound) Drop-Offs Only:
- Hastings at Sperling Street
- Commercial Drive
- Main Street at Hastings
Regular stops until Dunsmuir at Melville 
Points of Interest
- Port Coquitlam Station (Bay 4)
- Port Coquitlam Trainbus
- Rowland Park, Rec Centre
- Port Coquitlam City Centre
- Lions Way Park
- Westwood Mall Shopping Centre
- Coquitlam Station (Bay 6 Westbound) (Bay 12 Eastbound)
- Coquitlam Central Station/Trainbus
- Coquitlam Centre
- Port Moody Station/Trainbus
- Rocky Point Park
- Pacific National Exhibition
- Hastings Community Park
- Victoria Square
- Burrard Station (Bay 3)
- August 1978 - Route renumbered from 980 Barnet 
- Circa 1989 - Route known as 160 South Port Coquitlam/Vancouver
- September 1991 - Route revised to operate between Port Coquitlam Centre, the newly opened Coquitlam Transit Exchange and Downtown Vancouver; wheelchair accessible service to commence at end of month; portion of former route in Mary Hill area replaced by 161 Mary Hill/Port Coquitlam Centre; introduction of articulated "Superbus" service
- October 1991 - Accessible service introduced on select trips
- April 1993 - Routing revised to operate by Guildford Drive; service along Glen Drive taken over by local routes
- Westbound - Service will run northbound along Johnson to Guildford
- Eastbound - Service to continue along Guildford to Pinetree Way
- July 1995 - All westbound trips on Sundays and holidays revised to terminate at Burrard Station; alternate eastbound trips revised to terminate at Coquitlam Station
- December 1995 - Select trips revised to terminate at Hornby in lieu of Burrard Station
- To Hornby Terminus: Regular route to Hastings, Burrard, Helmcken to terminus
- From Hornby Terminus: Hornby, Smithe, Burrard, Dunsmuir, Thurlow (Burrard Station), Pender, Burrard, Hastings, regular route
- February 1996 - All trips revised to terminate on Thurlow at Dunsmuir via Burrard Station; service in Port Coquitlam revised to route by Reeve Street including weekends and evenings
- November 1999 - Bike rack equipped and wheelchair accessible service introduced
- September 2009 - Service procedures revised with drop-off only service to Vancouver and pick-up only service from Vancouver for stops along Hastings Street at Sperling; Holdom; Willingdon; Gilmore; and Kootenay
- The route runs out of Port Coquitlam Transit Centre with New Flyer Industries D60LF , New Flyer Industries C40LFR , New Flyer Industries XN40 and New Flyer Industries D40LF models.
- ↑ More buses help make Burnaby commute easier, translink.ca, retrieved 10-09-2009
- ↑ The Buzzer August 18 1978 Issue, translink.ca, retrieved 03-10-2014
- ↑ The Buzzer August 25, 1989 Issue, translink.ca, retrieved 05-04-2010
- ↑ The Buzzer August 16, 1991 Issue, translink.ca, retrieved 05-04-2010
- ↑ The Buzzer August 30, 1991 Issue, translink.ca, retrieved 05-04-2010
- ↑ The Buzzer March 26, 1993 Issue, translink.ca, retrieved 06-05-2010
- ↑ The Buzzer June 19, 1995 Issue, translink.ca, retrieved 05-05-2010
- ↑ The Buzzer December 1, 1995 Issue, translink.ca, retrieved 27-03-2010
- ↑ The Buzzer February 9, 1996 Issue, translink.ca, retrieved 06-05-2010
- ↑ The Buzzer October 29, 1999 Issue, translink.ca, retrieved 25-03-2010
- ↑ The Buzzer September 4, 2009 Issue, translink.ca, retrieved 27-02-2010