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Maple Meadows Station

Maple Meadows
West Coast Express Station
Station statistics
Address 20010 Dunn Ave, Maple Ridge

49°12′59.5″N 122°39′58″W / 49.216528°N 122.66611°W / 49.216528; -122.66611Coordinates: 49°12′59.5″N 122°39′58″W / 49.216528°N 122.66611°W / 49.216528; -122.66611

Structure type At grade
Platforms 1 side platform
Tracks 2
Parking 467 spaces
Bicycle facilities lockers
Other information
Opened 1995
Owned by TransLink
Fare zone 4 (train), 3 (bus loop)
Preceding station   TransLink   Following station
toward Waterfront
West Coast Express
toward Mission City

Maple Meadows Station is a station on the West Coast Express commuter rail line connecting Vancouver to Mission, British Columbia, Canada. The station is located on the north side of the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) tracks in Maple Ridge, just off Maple Meadows Way and Hammond Road. The station opened in 1995, when the West Coast Express began operating. 467 park and ride spaces are available. All services are operated by TransLink.


Maple Meadows Station is served by five West Coast Express trains per day in each direction: five in the morning to Vancouver, and five in the evening to Mission. In addition, there are two buses (called the "TrainBus") operating from Mission to Vancouver in the morning (after all trains) and three in the evening returning to Mission in the evening (again, after all trains), stopping at all West Coast Express stations. On the weekend with no rail service there are three inbound a.m. buses and three outbound p.m. ones; with two each way on Sundays. The station is adjacent to a bus loop and park-and-ride facility, which are served by the and local and express bus and Community Shuttle minibus services.

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