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44 Express

The 44 is an express bus line in Metro Vancouver, Canada. It connects Waterfront Station in Downtown Vancouver to the UBC Loop in University of British Columbia. The line is operated by Coast Mountain Bus Company and funded by TransLink. Going westbound at Waterfront Station, the route goes along Cordova Street, Burrard Street via Burrard Station and Burrard Bridge, West 4th Avenue, Chancellor Boulevard, and Wesbrook Mall, terminating at UBC Loop. Both regular and articulated buses are used.

44 stops and transfer points

Westbound (To UBC)

Downtown Vancouver

City of Vancouver

  • Burrard Street at West 3rd Avenue #51942
  • West 4th Avenue at Vine Street #58299
  • West 4th Avenue at MacDonald Street #50585
  • West 4th Avenue at Alma Street #50590
  • West 4th Avenue at Blanca Street #51913

University Endowment Lands

Eastbound (To Downtown)

University Endowment Lands

City of Vancouver

  • West 4th Avenue at Tolmie Street #50347
  • West 4th Avenue at Alma Street #50354
  • West 4th Avenue at MacDonald Street #50393
  • West 4th Avenue at Vine Street #50397
  • Burrard Street at West 2nd Avenue #61303

Downtown Vancouver

See also

External links

  • TransLink
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