Coast Mountain Bus Company route 190 'Coquitlam Station / Vancouver'
190 Coquitlam Station/Vancouver is a bus route operated by Coast Mountain Bus Company in Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
This is a peak hour only east-west route providing service between Downtown Vancouver and central Coquitlam. Service is provided Monday to Friday with one trip westbound in the morning and seven eastbound trips in the afternoon.
The route departs Downtown Vancouver from Burrard Street at Dunsmuir westbound onto Melville Street, Thurlow northbound to Pender Street followed by Burrard northbound onto Hastings Street. The route continues west along Hastings turning off onto Inlet Drive becoming the Barnet Highway, St Johns Street back onto Barnet and to Coquitlam Station via Mariner Way and Access Road.
Eastbound trips to Vancouver take Barnet Highway to St Johns Street, north onto Moody Street, Clarke Street and then back onto Barnet.
Local stops up to and including St. Johns Street at Clearview
- St Johns at Williams Street
Regular stops on Barnet Highway between Clarke Street and Union Street
Drop Off Only:
- Hastings Street at Willingdon
- Main Street
Regular Stops to Burrard Stn
To Coquitlam Station
Pick Up Only:
From Burrard Station up to and including Hastings Street at Main
- Hastings at Commercial Drive
Pick Up and Drop Off:
- Barnet Highway at Gore Street
- St Johns Street at Douglas
- Queens Street
- Moody Street
- Williams Street
- Clearview Drive
Local Stops to Coquitlam Station
Points of Interest
- Burrard Station (Bay 3)
- Sinclair Centre
- Waterfront SkyTrain Station
- Harbour Centre
- Pacific National Exhibition
- Hastings Community Park
- Kootenay Loop (Bay 8 - Coquitlam Station)
- Kensington Park
- Coquitlam Station (Bay 6)
- Coquitlam Central Trainbus
- Coquitlam Centre
- Westwood Mall Shopping Centre
- January/February 2008 - Route selected to test the Transportation Management and Communications (TMAC) system 
- The route runs out of Port Coquitlam Transit Centre. Buses normally servicing the route include New Flyer Industries D40LF and New Flyer Industries C40LFR models.
- ↑ Access Transit Users' Advisory Committee January 25, 2008 Meeting, translink.ca, retrieved 26-11-2009
- ↑ Improving accessibility for all: TransLink tests new management & communications system, translink.ca, retrieved 26-11-2009