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Lafarge Lake–Douglas Station

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Lafarge Lake–Douglas Station

Lafarge Lake–Douglas
SkyTrain Station
Station statistics
Structure type Elevated
Platforms Centre platform
Tracks 2
Other information
Opened 2016 (planned)
Owned by TransLink
Fare zone 3
Preceding station   TransLink   Following station
toward VCC–Clark
Evergreen Line

Lafarge Lake–Douglas Station will be the SkyTrain terminus station of the planned Evergreen Line extension to Coquitlam, in Metro Vancouver, Canada. It will be located just northeast of the Pinetree Way / Guildford Way intersection, and will serve the David Lam campus of Douglas College and Coquitlam Town Centre. Work to prepare for the construction of Lafarge Lake–Douglas Station began in early July with on-going construction today.[1]


As of January 2014, the whole area of the future station has been fenced off and has been a construction site since August 2013. Work is advancing with utility work and foundations for the support structures of the guideway for the line under construction.

As of Mid-April, two support structures for the station have been constructed.

Other Details

Construction of the Evergreen Line began in the summer of 2012. The line is expected to open for service in the summer of 2016.


  1. ^ "Advance Work to Prepare for the Construction of the Evergreen Line’s Lafarge Lake-Douglas Station". EGRT Construction. Retrieved June 2013. 

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