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32 Express

The 32 is an express line in Metro Vancouver, Canada. It connects Burrard Station on the SkyTrain system to the Dunbar Loop at Dunbar Street and 41st Avenue. It is operated by Coast Mountain Bus Company and funded by TransLink. Going south, the route goes along Burrard Street, Cornwall Avenue, 4th Avenue, Alma Street, and Dunbar Street and serves Vancouver.

32 stops and transfer points

Downtown Vancouver (Burrard Street)

Vancouver North

  • Cornwall Avenue at Cypress Street
  • Cornwall Avenue at Yew Street
  • 4th Avenue at MacDonald Street
  • Alma Street at 4th Avenue
  • Alma Street at 6th Avenue
  • Alma Street at 10th Avenue
  • Alma Street at 12th Avenue

Vancouver South (Dunbar Street)

  • 14th Avenue
  • 15th Avenue
  • 17th Avenue
  • 19th Avenue
  • 21st Avenue
  • 23rd Avenue
  • King Edward Avenue
  • 27th Avenue
  • 29th Avenue
  • 31st Avenue
  • 33rd Avenue
  • 35th Avenue
  • 37th Avenue
  • 39th Avenue
  • 41st Avenue/Dunbar Loop

See also

External links

  • TransLink

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