Coast Mountain Bus Company route N35 'SFU / Downtown Nightbus'
N35 SFU/Downtown NightBus is an overnight bus route operated by Coast Mountain Bus Company in Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
This route was one of the first NightBus routes re-introduced after 2001 funding cuts. It provides east-west service connecting Downtown Vancouver with Simon Fraser University from approximately 1:00AM to 4:00AM. The last bus leaving Downtown Vancouver departs at 3:09AM. Service parallels day-time route 135 SFU/Downtown .
Service begins from the Downtown NightBus terminal on Howe at Pender. It travels down Howe, West Georgia eastbound and Seymour to access Hastings Street in an easterly direction. The route follows Hastings to where it merges with Burnaby Mountain Parkway, Gaglardi Way, University Drive East and East Campus Road to arrive at SFU Exchange. Westbound trips to Downtown use Univeristy High Street, Tower Road, South Campus Road, Gaglardi, University Drive West and back onto Gaglardi to use the Burnaby Mountain Parkway. Buses arrive Downtown by turning on Howe at Hastings to terminate at the NightBus terminus.
Points of Interest
- NightBus Terminus (Bay 1)
- Vancouver Art Gallery and Robson Square
- Pacific Centre
- Granville Street SkyTrain Stn
- Victoria Square
- Hastings Park/PNE
- Burnaby Mountain Conservation Area
- Simon Fraser University
- Simon Fraser University Exchange (Bay 2)
- 2001 - All NightBus routes cancelled due to funding shortfall
- June 2004 - Service expanded to six nights a week from only Fridays and Saturdays
- September 2004 - Service expanded to end at 3:09AM
- December 2004 - Sunday service introduced
- April 2006 - Service revised to terminate at new bays on Howe Street between Georgia and Hastings due to construction of the Canada Line
- Burnaby Transit Centre provides buses for the route including New Flyer Industries D60LF , New Flyer Industries D60LFR , and New Flyer Industries DE60LFR models.
- ↑ NightBus Service Expanded to Six Nights a Week, translink.bc.ca, retrieved 09-13-2009
- ↑ The Buzzer April 24, 2006 Issue, translink.ca, retrieved 23-04-2010