Coast Mountain Bus Company route 395 'Willowbrook / King George Station'
395 Willowbrook/King George Station is a bus route operated by Coast Mountain Bus Company in Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
This is an east-west inter-regional route connecting the City of Surrey with the Township of Langley via the communities of Fleetwood and Cloverdale. It is a peak hour direction only route that operates Monday to Friday. Morning trips operate westbound to King George SkyTrain Station while afternoon peak hour trips head east to Willowbrook. Service is provided with half hourly frequency except morning trips between 64th Avenue at 152nd Street to King George which average 10-20 minutes. Trips begin from and terminate at Surrey Central Station.
The route departs Surrey Central Station from its 135th Street terminus to take 102nd Avenue onto 134A Street followed by Old Yale Road, 100th Avenue, East Whalley Ring Road, Fraser Highway eastbound to 168th Street and then 64th Avenue east until terminating on 64th at 200th Street.
Westbound morning trips exit the Fraser Highway onto King George to stop at King George Station before continuing onto Old Yale Road, 134A Street, 104th Avenue and then to its Surrey Central Station terminus on 135th Street.
Every other morning peak trip begins from 64th Avenue at 176th Street.
Points of Interest
- North Surrey Recreation Centre
- Central City Shopping Centre
- Surrey Public Library City Centre Branch
- Surrey Central SkyTrain Station (Bay 11)
- Simon Fraser University Surrey Campus
- King George SkyTrain Station (Bay 2 - Continues to Surrey Central) (Bay 3 PM)
- Evergreen Mall
- Cloverdale Athletic Park
- Cloverdale Fair Grounds
- Willowbrook Mall
- BC Transit Era - Formerly route 395 Willowbrook/Surrey Central Station
- September 2003 - Route became wheelchair accessible and equipped with bike racks
- September 2007 - Routing revised to run along 64th Avenue between 192nd Street and 168th Street
- The route runs out of Surrey Transit Centre. Buses normally servicing the route include New Flyer Industries D40LF and New Flyer Industries D40LFR models.
- ↑ Route Frequency Table, bctransit.com, retrieved 18-01-2010
- ↑ The Buzzer April 18, 2003 Issue, translink.ca, retrieved 06-12-2009
- ↑ The Buzzer August 24, 2007 Issue, translink.ca, retrieved 18-01-2010