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TransLink RapidBus branding-a.png
Locale Metro Vancouver, British Columbia
System TransLink
Operator Coast Mountain Bus Company
Service type Bus rapid transit
Express bus
Launched January 6, 2020
Routes 6
Fleet 120 New Flyer XDE60 units
Service corridors King George Boulevard–104 Avenue
Marine Drive–Main Street
Lougheed Highway
41st Avenue
Hastings Street
Scott Road–72 Avenue

RapidBus is the bus rapid transit and frequent express bus network in Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The RapidBus service forms as part of TransLink's Fast and Frequent Transit Network of bus and rail service across Metro Vancouver and provides connections across the Lower Mainland.

The network currently services 11 communities across six routes running on key corridors. RapidBus was launched on January 6, 2020, which introduced two new routes and two rebranded routes to replace portions of the former B-Line network. An additional route was introduced in 2024.


RapidBus is a network of frequent bus routes with limited stops distinguished by its green branding on buses and stops. Buses that run on RapidBus routes are painted in a special green livery and stops are fitted with next bus information, which is available both visually and audibly.

Service on all RapidBus routes run every 15 minutes or better all day, increasing to every 10 minutes or better during peak hours. Daily service runs from 6 a.m. to midnight or better.

The six routes currently in operation are:

Route Launch date Termini Service area Average frequency (mins) Number of stops Average trip time (mins)
R1 King George Blvd January 6, 2020 Guildford Exchange Newton Exchange Surrey 9 (peak)
10–15 (off-peak)
12 30
R2 Marine Dr April 6, 2020 Park Royal Phibbs Exchange North Vancouver
West Vancouver
8 (peak)
10–15 (off-peak)
10 35
R3 Lougheed Hwy January 6, 2020 Coquitlam Central Station Haney Place Coquitlam
Port Coquitlam
Pitt Meadows
Maple Ridge
10 (peak)
15 (off-peak)
8 28
R4 41st Ave Joyce–Collingwood Station UBC Exchange Vancouver
University Endowment Lands
3–6 (peak)
8–15 (off-peak)
17 42
R5 Hastings St Burrard Station SFU Exchange Vancouver
4–6 (peak)
7–15 (off-peak)
16 50
R6 Scott Rd January 1, 2024 Newton Exchange Scott Road Station Surrey
7–8 (peak)
10 (off-peak)
13 30


Buses in the RapidBus fleet are identifiable by their special livery.

All five RapidBus routes have various forms of transit priority measures along portions of their route such as bus lanes or queue-jump signals. These are in addition to additional RapidBus amenities at all stops, which include:

  • All-door boarding
  • Shelters and benches
  • Tactile pads (select stops)
  • Real-time information
  • Route diagrams

The RapidBus fleet is made up of 110 low-floor New Flyer XDE60 units. Amenities onboard these buses include:

  • Air conditioning
  • Seats with 20% more padding
  • On-board wayfinding and route diagrams
  • Additional destination sign on the rear passenger side
  • Special livery and branding


Main article: TransLink fares

Fares on RapidBus services are the same as other buses in the TransLink service area. There are no premium fares for this service. Payments can be made on board using a Compass Card or contactless credit card. Exact coin fare cash payment is accepted as well.

Riders paying with Compass Cards or contactless credit cards can board from any door. Those who already paid their fares may board from any door as well. This includes those who paid by cash and were issued a bus transfer. Compass Card readers are available at all doors and riders must validate their Compass Card or contactless credit cards upon entry.


The RapidBus network when it was launched in January 2020. Two former B-Line routes were replaced with RapidBus routes but the 99 B-Line remained unchanged.

The RapidBus program was formally announced on July 23, 2019, as an improved and expanded B-Line service. Before the RapidBus brand was announced, the proposed new RapidBus routes – specifically what is now the R3 Lougheed Hwy and R4 41st Ave – were simply branded as B-Line in consultation and proposal documents.

Elements of the RapidBus service, when announced, were that routes had to have frequent service and limited stops. This would be in addition to various other features and amenities. The proposed features and amenities include:

  • Shelters and benches at stops and tactile pads (where applicable)
  • Real-time information
  • Information panels at stops[1]
  • On-board line diagrams
  • Transit priority measures on streets
  • Custom exterior bus livery[2]
  • Updated seating

Long-term vision for branding and features include:

  • Wi-Fi
  • Custom shelters and stations
  • Dynamic onboard wayfinding

The first of 110 New Flyer XDE60 buses arrived and entered service starting in early 2019, ahead of the launch of the RapidBus network and announcement of the RapidBus brand. This was because some units were to replace ageing New Flyer D60LF buses. To keep the RapidBus branding a secret from the public, most units were covered with full-wrap advertisements while 30 units in the 2018 order were wrapped with artwork as part of the How Far Do You Travel? public art program partnership between TransLink and the Contemporary Art Gallery.

RapidBus was initially planned to launch in the fall of 2019 – likely in September to coincide with quarterly service changes. However, due to delays in construction and the availability of construction contractors throughout 2019, the launch was delayed by a few months to January 6, 2020. In September 2019, TransLink announced that the R2 Marine Drive launch date would be pushed back 1–3 months after the January 2020 launch due to construction delays. The R2 launched in April 2020.

Originally, there were supposed to be six RapidBus routes as part of the first phase. A Fraser Highway RapidBus was to run from Surrey Central Station to Langley Centre. However, in December 2018, the Mayors' Council voted to cancel it and reinvested resources and funding to improve the 503 service instead after plans for light rail along Fraser Highway was scrapped in favor of a SkyTrain extension.[3] The changes in plans for constructing SkyTrain along Fraser Highway meant that RapidBus installations and resources along the corridor would be a short-term fixture and therefore did not make financial sense, as opposed to improving the current services along Fraser Highway.

Changes to the transit network

The introduction of the RapidBus network resulted in some extensive changes to the transit network and services along the corridors that RapidBus routes serve. However, some routes – specifically the R1 and R5 – saw few changes as they were replacing former B-Line routes. The R3 also saw no changes as it serves a significant portion of Lougheed Highway that previously did not have transit service.

Former services RapidBus route Notes and other changes
96 B-Line 96 B-Line R1 King George Blvd R1 King George Blvd
  • No changes to service along the King George–104 corridor
239 Capilano University/Park Royal R2 Marine Dr R2 Marine Dr
R3 Lougheed Hwy R3 Lougheed Hwy
41 Joyce Station/UBC
43 Joyce Station/UBC
R4 41st Ave R4 41st Ave
  • 41 shortened to run between Crown Street and Joyce–Collingwood Station on all trips daily
  • 49 Metrotown Station/UBC routing revised to service Wesbrook Village
95 B-Line 95 B-Line R5 Hastings St R5 Hastings St
  • No changes to service along the Hastings corridor


The RapidBus network is part of Phase One of the Mayors' Council 10-Year Vision. As part of that vision, TransLink was to launch four new B-Line routes across Metro Vancouver in 2019. This vision was developed in 2014 and envisioned 12 new or upgraded B-Line corridors, which would add up to approximately 200 kilometres of fast, frequent and reliable bus service connecting regional centres.[4]

Phase One envisioned five new B-Line routes along the following corridors:

  • Hastings Street
  • 41st Avenue
  • Fraser Highway
  • Lougheed Highway
  • Marine–Main

The first new route as part of this vision, the 95 B-Line, was launched in December 2016. The remaining four had a target launch date of fall 2019.

Phase Two would be a B-Line to Richmond–Brighouse Station and one along Scott Road in 2021.[4]

Even when it was first proposed, TransLink aimed to have buses and stops be different and identifiable with a unique look and have real-time bus information at stops. This was in addition to transit priority along the corridors the routes would run on such as changes to traffic signals and bus lanes.

Throughout 2018, TransLink held various open houses and consultations to get the public's feedback on the introduction of B-Line service on the Hastings, 41st, Lougheed Highway, Fraser Highway, and Marine–Main corridors.

R2 Marine Drive controversy

"I am solely against the B-Line extending to Dundarave because that’s where I grew up. It’s my hometown. I’m Huck Finn of Dundarave. It’s beautiful, and with all these buses and everything it’ll be ruined.”[5]
– West Vancouver resident

During the consultation period, all RapidBus routes (or B-Line routes as they were known) received very high support,[4] both in terms of routing and proposed transit priority measures. Communities and areas to be serviced by RapidBus welcomed the proposed services. However, the R2 Marine Drive RapidBus – or the Marine–Main B-Line as it was known during the planning stage – received the most controversy and media spotlight due to various opposition by residents and business owners in West Vancouver as early as December 2018.[6]

The original routing of the R2 was to stretch from Phibbs Exchange in North Vancouver to Dundarave in West Vancouver via Lonsdale Quay and Park Royal.

The R2 Marine Drive at Park Royal, its western terminus. The planned western terminus was further west in Dundarave.

West Vancouver in 2018 had the fastest growth in bus ridership on the North Shore, with an increase of 10 percent in daily boardings between 2017 and 2018.[7] The Marine Drive corridor in West Vancouver between Park Royal and Dundarave was already a busy transit corridor in 2018 with more than 8,000 bus riders per weekday – excluding riders passing through the corridor to/from Horseshoe Bay.[7]

Despite this, some West Vancouver residents were against the idea of having expanded transit service along Marine Drive due to the loss of two lanes of vehicle traffic to bus lanes.

Nigel Malkin, a small business owner in the Ambleside area of West Vancouver, organized protests in West Vancouver against the bus lanes.[6] "I'm not against buses, I'm not against TransLink, I'm not even against the B-Line," he said to Global News in December 2018.[6] He and other businesses feared that the introduction of bus lanes would be harmful to businesses in Ambleside and Dundarave[6] due to the loss of parking space. However, of the 766 combined parking spaces in both Ambleside and Dundarave, only 15 would have been lost to bus lanes.[6]

Several protests were organized against the bus lanes and the proposed bus service by a vocal citizens' group. Malkin believed that the Park Royal–Dundarave stretch had no ridership despite being the busiest transit corridor in West Vancouver[7] and feared Marine Drive would turn into a "horse-and-buggy track."[7] He also believed that the only reason there would be a B-Line service to Dundarave was only for somewhere the bus could turn around and drivers to take a bathroom break:

"I'm not saying no to transit. I'm saying no to them taking away two lanes of traffic and parking spaces to make way for a B-Line to a bathroom."[7]
– Nigel Malkin, organizer of Stop the Road Closures

In March 2019, West Vancouver held a district council meeting to decide on the fate of the Park Royal and Dundarave portion of what would have become the R2. It was proposed by then that the bus service could terminate at Park Royal instead of Dundarave.[5] It was during this highly publicized and "heated"[5] meeting that many West Vancouver residents spoke on their thoughts of the controversial bus service. One resident stated that the introduction of a B-Line service would "ruin the fabric and the culture of our community."[5]

A citizen speaker also opposed the idea of articulated buses running in West Vancouver,[5] despite articulated buses already running along the same corridor for decades on the 257 Express. Another was afraid that articulated buses would depreciate home values, stating that articulated buses and the "B-Line debacle has ramifications not only for the safety and well-being of our families, but also our homes' equities."[5] This would not be the only complaint that night regarding articulated buses as one citizen claimed that the hybrid articulated buses would create more pollution,[5] while another resident, who claimed to be the "Huck Finn of Dundarave,"[5] said buses would ruin Dundarave despite Dundarave already being a major bus terminus in West Vancouver for several decades.

A little over a week after this meeting, West Vancouver council decided not to proceed with the B-Line to Dundarave and instead have it terminate at Park Royal, which remains to be the R2's current western terminus.[8] However, the idea of RapidBus service to Dundarave has not been completely abandoned as West Vancouver will look at alternative options for extending the R2 to Dundarave some time in the future.

Ultimately, express bus service was introduced along the West Vancouver portion of Marine Drive with a restructure of the 257 Horseshoe Bay/Vancouver service in March 2019. The stopping procedures were revised to allow for pick-up and drop-off at all 257 stops along the route, ultimately creating an ad-hoc express service between Marine Drive & 14th Street and Park Royal.

R6 Scott Road

The first new RapidBus route to be introduced after the initial network launch was the R6 Scott Rd, connecting Scott Road Station and Newton Exchange via Scott Road and 72 Avenue. Public consultation on the service was held in 2021. It was initially proposed to be launched in 2021. However, due to financial challenges and record-level drops in transit ridership due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the launch was delayed to 2023.

The Scott Road corridor is one of the busiest in the South of Fraser region and the main bus on that corridor, the 319 Scott Road Station/Newton Exchange, was the 7th busiest bus route in Metro Vancouver in 2019. After the R6 was introduced, the 319 remained to provide local service coverage along the corridor. In October 2023, the scheduled launch date is targeted for early 2024, which was a few months behind the original September 2023 implementation. Watermain work at Nordel & Scott was one of the primary reasons for this delay.

The 13 stops serviced were identified in late 2021. It was planned from the beginning that the R6 would bypass Scottsdale Exchange to maintain reliable, more direct and faster service[9] Furthermore, all buses that service Scottsdale Exchange will share a stop with the R6 at Scott Road & 72 Avenue or at other R6 stops. Having the R6 not stop inside Scottsdale Exchange also provided more convenient access to other destinations in the area such as the Guru Nanak Gurdwara, Scottsdale Centre and Strawberry Hill.[9]

The R6 introduced bus lanes along significant portions of Scott Road by repurposing an existing lane or slimming existing lanes as travel lanes on Scott Road were wider than the standard width.[9]

On Scott Road near 72 Avenue, a centre-running bus lane was built to allow the R6 to make the left turn from Scott Road to 72 Avenue efficiently. A centre island stop is used in the southbound direction to provide a large, comfortable and safe waiting area for passengers. This is the first use of a centre-running bus lane and stop configuration in Metro Vancouver since the No. 3 Road Busway for the 98 B-Line from 2001–2006.[9]

Sometime in the winter of 2022, the stop at 128 Street was renamed 126 Street-KPU.

B-Line Network

The 99 B-Line branding when the route was first introduced in 1996. This branding was phased out over time.
The original B-Line livery, introduced in 1998.
The revised B-Line livery, introduced in 2000 with the 98 B-Line.

Before the formation of the RapidBus network, TransLink's rapid and express bus service was called B-Line. Originally, the B-Line was limited to the Broadway–Lougheed corridor, connecting the University of British Columbia and Lougheed Mall as the 99 B-Line. The "B" in B-Line stands for Broadway. The B-Line branding was later expanded to other corridors in the early 2000s and again in the mid-2010s.

The New Flyer D60LFR buses ordered in 2007 are the last to have B-Line branding.

The original B-Line – and the only remaining B-Line – is the 99 B-Line. It is a frequent bus service with limited stops and a major arterial route that travels along Broadway and 10th Avenue in Vancouver, connecting the University of British Columbia and Commercial–Broadway Station. It is the busiest route in the system – and the busiest bus route in both Canada and the United States. Peak hour frequency runs approximately every 3 minutes. A portion of the route will be replaced with SkyTrain service by extending the Millennium Line to Arbutus Street. The route was introduced in September 1996 and went to Lougheed Mall in Burnaby via Broadway Station and Brentwood Mall along Broadway and Lougheed Highway.

In the 2000s, each B-Line route was identified by this logo style. The use of this logo was gradually phased out starting in the early 2010s.

Following the introduction of additional B-Line routes in the early 2000s, they were indicated in green on maps and with a B-Line logo on bus stops. It was at this time that the 99's branding with the bee mascot was dropped. B-Line routes were later changed from green to orange in around 2013 on all maps and wayfinding. It was also during this change that the B-Line logo was dropped in favour of a simplified and uniform icon to match other transit services such as SkyTrain.

However, the B-Line logo was gradually phased out as a branding on buses after the order of the 2007 New Flyer D60LFR buses. B-Line branding was specified for most articulated bus orders up until the order of the 2015 New Flyer XDE60 buses, but the decals were not applied.

Former B-Line Services

The B-Line service expanded to other major corridors across the region, with the introduction of the 98 B-Line in September 2000 and the 97 B-Line in September 2002. Two more routes were added in the 2010s with the 95 B-Line and 96 B-Line. The routes had bus rapid transit elements and ran frequent service for most of the day, seven days a week. All B-Line routes as of January 1, 2018, featured all-door boarding at all stops.

The expanded B-Line network was dissolved by early 2020 after routes were replaced with SkyTrain and RapidBus services, leaving the 99 as the sole surviving B-Line route.

The following is a list of former B-Line routes:

Comparisons to RapidBus

Unlike RapidBus, the B-Line did not usually run with dedicated buses. For instance, the 95 ran any articulated buses available, and the same goes for the 99 which still runs today. However, B-Line-branded buses would show up on those two routes. But the number of buses with B-Line branding decreased over time as TransLink stopped ordering buses with B-Line branding after 2007 and due to the retirement of ageing buses.

The 97 B-Line on the other hand, barely ran with buses in B-Line branding or articulated buses as most trips ran with regular 40-foot buses that were interlined with other local services. Articulated buses on the 97 B-Line were limited to weekends and during peak hours.

However, the 98 B-Line ran with B-Line-branded articulated buses most of the time as the units set aside for the 98 had amenities and features unique to the 98 B-Line service (see the 98 B-Line page for more details on the history of this service).

For all B-Line routes – and current RapidBus routes as well – operational requirements meant that not all routes could be serviced by buses with B-Line branding.

Wayfinding for B-Line routes was also limited, in terms of unique branding and identifiers. Although bus stops serviced by the B-Line routes were identified with a B-Line logo and route number/destination, there was a lack of consistent wayfinding between services such as SkyTrain stations. However, this was later fixed and addressed in the early 2010s with B-Line routes indicated in orange on bus stop signs and on wayfinding, both maps and signages at SkyTrain stations.

While a feature that is unique to RapidBus is the use of real-time information at all stops for next bus departures and alerts, B-Line routes did not have this feature (except for the 98 B-Line). Another feature lacking for B-Line was the use of transit priority measures, such as bus lanes and transit priority signals. However, some routes along specific corridors did have transit priority in the form of bus lanes or HOV lanes but this was inconsistent across the B-Line network.

98 B-Line

Main article: 98 B-Line

The 98 B-Line ran from Downtown Vancouver to Richmond and only existed for nine years before being replaced by the Canada Line.

Of all the B-Line routes that have existed, the 98 remains to be the only one to have had extensive transit priority measures and extensive use of custom B-Line branding. It also remains to be the only B-Line route to have had unique passenger amenities, comparable to the current RapidBus amenities.

B-Line routes were marked in green on maps in the 2000s up until the early 2010s.

Distinctive features of the 98 B-Line were its bus stop shelters, which were large and brightly lit with a next bus departure LED board. The departure boards provided information on the predicted arrival times of the next two 98 B-Line buses, as well as delays. They were designed to a higher standard with brand identity and tactile edges.

Each bus on the 98 B-Line – specifically ones that were originally assigned to the route – were all low-floor New Flyer D60LF units with audible and digital onboard next stop annunciation, which was a first in the fleet. All seats were padded cloth and buses were painted in the B-Line livery. Each bus was also fitted with GPS-based technology to provide real-time tracking with dispatch and was also fitted with GPS modules that communicated with traffic lights to allow for priority by shortening red lights or extending green lights.

Its most well-known feature was the No. 3 Road Busway, which was and remains to be the only protected bus priority lane ever constructed along an arterial roadway in the Lower Mainland, allowing for buses to run in a protected environment through 2.5 kilometres of Richmond Centre with signal priority through intersections. Stations were located along the Busway and the entire length of it was landscaped. The Busway closed on February 6, 2006, due to the construction of the Canada Line.


The RapidBus network initially started off with a dedicated fleet of 120 New Flyer XDE60 buses, before expanding with an additional 10 units starting in late 2023 following the introduction of the R6 Scott Road. Operational requirements such as fleet shortages, inclement weather requiring the use of 40-foot conventional buses and additional unscheduled trips during special events result in a variety of other conventional buses appearing on RapidBus routes from time to time. Other operational requirements may also see these buses deployed across the network on non-RapidBus routes.

Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Destination Sign A/C? Notes
18001–18063 Coast Mountain Bus Company 18006-b.jpeg 2018–2019 NFI XDE60 Cummins L9 BAE
HybriDrive HDS300
Luminator Horizon Yes
  • 2019 models
  • Initial order of 52 units, additional 11 units converted from diesel order in June 2017 [10][11]
  • First units to be delivered in RapidBus livery
  • Entered service in January 2019.
19001–19047 Coast Mountain Bus Company 19046-a.jpg 2019 NFI XDE60 Cummins L9 BAE
HybriDrive HDS300
Luminator Horizon Yes
22006–22015 Coast Mountain Bus Company 22008-a.jpg 2022–2023 NFI XDE60 Cummins L9 BAE
HybriDrive HDS300
Luminator Horizon Yes
  • Last 10 units in batch painted in RapidBus livery

Future extensions

There are five additional RapidBus routes proposed for a further expansion of the RapidBus network as part of Phase 3 of the Mayors' Council 10-Year Vision, but these routes are not funded.

The R7 was proposed to be launched in 2021. However, due to financial challenges and record-level drops in transit ridership due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the launch has been delayed to 2023. In 2023, it was decided that the R7 would not be built.

The R7 would have run from Richmond–Brighouse Station to a to-be-determined Expo Line station. The routing and details have yet to be announced. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the planning and consultation have been both shelved and delayed and planning resumed in late 2021 and concluded in 2023, at which time it was deemed that a routing similar to the existing 430 would be the route of choice. In October 2023, all plans were cancelled by Richmond City Council owing to concerns in the area around the Knight Street Bridge.

Other future expansions

Additional RapidBus routes have been proposed as part of the unfunded Phase Three of the Mayors' Council 10-Year Vision.[12] There was no timeline or details other than potential destinations and corridors until the release of the Transport 2050: 10 Year Priorities plan in April 2022.[13]

In the April 2022 update, 11 RapidBus lines were announced with various general timelines. These new RapidBus lines would be a stepping stone for future Bus Rapid Transit. The 11 lines and timelines are as follows:

Years 0–5:

  • Langley–Haney Place via 200 Street
  • Lynn Valley–Downtown/Lonsdale
  • Marine Drive–22nd Street Station
  • Newton–White Rock (R1 extension)
  • R7 Richmond–Expo Line

Years 6–10:

  • Ambleside–Downtown via Lions Gate
  • Carvolth–Scott Road via 96 Avenue
  • Commercial Drive/Victoria Drive
  • Langley–White Rock via 24 Avenue
  • New Westminster Station–Brentwood Station via Canada Way
  • Newton–Guildford via 152 Street

Langley–Coquitlam via Golden Ears and Willingdon–Second Narrows RapidBus corridors were not listed as part of the Transport 2050: 10 Year Priorities plan. Instead, new corridors were added such as Langley–Haney Place via 200 Street, Marine Drive–22nd Street Station, Ambleside–Downtown via Lions Gate, Carvolth–Scott Road via 96 Avenue, Langley–White Rock via 24 Avenue, New Westminster Station–Brentwood Station via Canada Way, and Newton–Guildford via 152 Street.

The Transport 2050: 10 Year Priorities plan also called for the upgrades of the R3 Lougheed Highway and R5 Hastings Street to Bus Rapid Transit. Further introductions of Bus Rapid Transit service – an upgrade to RapidBus service – includes:

  • Changes to the R1 King George Boulevard through a business case of grade separation and technology alternatives
  • Langley–Haney Place via Golden Ears (initially a proposed RapidBus corridor)
  • Lynn Valley–Downtown/Lonsdale
  • Marine Drive Station to 22nd Street Station
  • Metrotown to Park Royal
  • Richmond Centre–Metrotown
  • Upgrade R6 Scott Road


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Transit Centres BurnabyHamiltonPort CoquitlamRichmondSurreyVancouver
Closed Transit Centres North VancouverOakridge
Under Contract First TransitWest Vancouver Transit
Former Contractors Bonny's Taxi Ltd.Bowen Island Community TransitDW Services Ltd.Metro Shuttle Service Ltd.First Canada
Current Fleet

2101–2199, 2201–2289 2501–2540 2541–2574 3309–3358 7447–7499, 7501–7504 8102–8117 8118–8156 9277–9285 9401–9499, 9501–9542 9543–9581, 9583–9590 9605–9699, 9701–9725 9726–9791 9797–9799 12001–12025 14001–14045 15001–15021 16001–16051 16101–16130, 16137 16201–16226 18001–18063 18101–18206 18301–18404 18451–18473 19001–19047 19101–19147 19301–19302 19303–19304 19401–19432 21001–21025 21401–21425 22001–22015 23001–23015 23201–23215 24001–24016

Community Shuttle Fleet 17506–17564 18510–18527 19503–19535, 19538–19549 19550–19554 21501–21562 23601–23606 23651–23665 24506–24548 24601–24634
Retired Fleet 1158–1192 1205–1223 1209–1210 2701–2947 3001–3021 3101–3210 3211–3257 3258–3282 3283–3299, 3301–3308 4101–4115 4116–4143 4144–4192 4193–4199, 4201–4278 5501–5508 5509–5521 6601–6630 7101–7150 7151–7197, 7199–7243 7244–7246 7247–7297 7298 7301–7374 7375–7399, 7401–7429 7430–7446 8001–8021 8022–8047 8048–8099, 8101 9101–9115 9116–9127 9201–9276
Retired Community Shuttle Fleet S001 S002 (1st) S002 (2nd) S003–S004 S006–S012 S013–S016 S017 S018–S056 S057–S059 S060–S061 S062–S102 S200–S236 S237–S257 S258–S301 S302–S356 S357–S380 S381 S382–S393 S410–S434 S435–S464 S465–S471 S501–S544 S1301–S1320 S1321 S1322–S1325 16501–16562
Paint Schemes BC Transit paint scheme Original B-Line paint scheme New B-Line paint scheme Clean Air Bus paint scheme Ghost paint scheme RapidBus paint scheme Sweep paint scheme Sweep-R paint scheme Blue Sweep-R paint scheme Sweep-R Without Charcoal Suburban paint scheme Suburban grey paint scheme
Other List of Current TransLink Ad-WrapsList of Former TransLink Ad-WrapsRapidBusTransLink Operations During the COVID-19 PandemicTransLink Vancouver 2010 Olympic OperationsTrolleybuses in Vancouver
SeaBus SeaBus
Current Fleet Burrard BeaverBurrard Pacific BreezeBurrard Otter IIBurrard Chinook
Retired Fleet Burrard Otter
Terminals R2 Marine Dr Lonsdale QuayCanada LineExpo LineTransLink West Coast Express bullet-a.pngR5 Hastings St Waterfront Station
Bus Loops and Exchanges
Vancouver Expo Line 29th Avenue StationBlanca Loop99 B-Line Boundary LoopExpo LineR5 Hastings St Burrard StationExpo LineMillennium Line99 B-Line Commercial–Broadway StationR4 41st Ave Dunbar LoopExpo LineR4 41st Ave Joyce StationKnight Street–Marine DriveR5 Hastings St Kootenay LoopExpo Line Main Street StationCanada Line Marine Drive StationMarpole LoopExpo Line Nanaimo StationStanley Park LoopR4 41st Ave99 B-Line UBC ExchangeCanada LineExpo LineSeaBusTransLink West Coast Express bullet-a.pngR5 Hastings St Waterfront Station
Burnaby &
New West
Expo Line 22nd Street StationExpo Line Braid StationMillennium Line Brentwood StationExpo Line Edmonds StationExpo LineMillennium Line66 Fraser Valley Express Lougheed StationExpo Line New Westminster StationExpo LineMillennium Line Production Way StationExpo Line Metrotown StationR5 Hastings St SFU ExchangeMillennium Line Sperling Station
Tri-Cities Millennium Line Burquitlam StationMillennium LineTransLink West Coast Express bullet-a.pngR3 Lougheed Hwy Coquitlam Central StationMillennium LineTransLink West Coast Express bullet-a.png Moody Centre StationTransLink West Coast Express bullet-a.png Port Coquitlam Station
Richmond Canada Line Bridgeport StationCanada Line Richmond–Brighouse StationSteveston Exchange
North Shore Capilano UniversitySeaBusR2 Marine Dr Lonsdale QuayLynn Valley CentreR2 Marine Dr Park RoyalR2 Marine Dr Phibbs Exchange
Pitt Meadows
& Maple Ridge
R3 Lougheed Hwy Haney PlaceTransLink West Coast Express bullet-a.png Maple Meadows StationTransLink West Coast Express bullet-a.png Pitt Meadows Station
South of Fraser 66 Fraser Valley Express Carvolth ExchangeR1 King George Blvd Guildford ExchangeLadner ExchangeLangley CentreR1 King George BlvdR6 Scott Rd Newton ExchangeExpo LineR6 Scott Rd Scott Road StationScottsdale ExchangeSouth Delta ExchangeSouth Surrey Park and RideExpo LineR1 King George Blvd Surrey Central StationWhite Rock Centre
Former Exchanges Airport StationBrentwood MallCoquitlam StationCoquitlam Recreation CentreCoquitlam Town CentreEast Guildford Park and RideLougheed MallLougheed Park and RideMatthews ExchangeMeadow Ridge CentrePitt Meadows Park and RidePort Moody StationPNE Park and RidePort Coquitlam CentreRenfrew LoopRichmond CentreRichmond ExchangeSexsmith Park and RideSouth Richmond Park and RideUpper Zoo LoopWalnut Grove Park and Ride
TransLink RapidBus branding-a.png R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 14 15 16 17 19 20 22 25 26 27 28 29 32 33 41 44 49 50 80 84 99 100 101 104 106 110 112 116 119 123 128 129 130 133 134 136 143 144 145 150 151 152 153 155 156 159 160 179 183 188 191 209 210 211 212 222 228 229 230 231 232 236 240 241 245 246 247 249 250 253 254 255 257 301 310 311 312 314 316 319 320 321 323 324 325 326 329 335 337 340 341 342 345 350 351 352 354 364 375 388 391 393 394 395 401 402 403 404 405 406 407 408 410 418 430 480 501 502 503 509 531 555 595 601 602 603 604 606 608 620 640 701 791 900

Community Shuttle 23 31 42 68 102 103 105 109 131 132 146 147 148 157 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 180 181 182 184 185 186 187 189 214 215 227 251 252 256 262 280 281 282 322 360 361 362 363 370 371 372 373 412 413 414 416 560 561 562 563 564 609 614 616 618 619 719 722 733 741 743 744 745 746 748 749
NightBus N8 N9 N10 N15 N17 N19 N20 N22 N24 N35
School Trips 840 848 855 861 863 864 865 880 881
Discontinued/ Renumbered 1 23 35 42 43 51 70 95 96 97 98 102 103 108 114 115 125 131 133 135 137 139 142 147 148 149 150 154 158 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 177 178 179 189 190 197 222 226 226 239 242 258 259 274 290 292 310 317 318 328 330 332 353 355 356 357 358 390 411 420 421 424 425 488 490 491 492 496 506 507 511 590 617 705 709 712 721 722 804 807 828 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 C11 C12 C15 C18 C19 C20 C21 C22 C23 C24 C25 C26 C27 C28 C29 C30 C31 C35 C36 C37 C38 C40 C41 C43 C44 C45 C46 C47 C48 C49 C50 C51 C52 C53 C60 C61 C62 C63 C64 C70 C71 C73 C74 C75 C76 C84 C86 C87 C88 C89 C90 C92 C93 C94 C95 C96 C98 C99 N6 N16Games ExpressMetrotown ShuttleNorth Vancouver Games ExpressSexsmith Park & Ride ShuttleTransLink West Coast Express bullet-a.png TrainBus