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135 Express

The 135 Express is an express line in Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It connects Burrard Station on the SkyTrain system to the SFU Loop on Simon Fraser University campus. It is operated by the Coast Mountain Bus Company and funded by TransLink. The route follows Hastings Street and Burnaby Mountain Parkway through Vancouver and Burnaby.

The line carried 19,600 passengers on weekdays in 2011.[1]

TransLink had plans to upgrade the line to a B-Line bus rapid transit line as the 95 B-Line in 2011, but they were abandoned due to insufficient funding.

135 stops and transfer points

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