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Yaletown–Roundhouse Station

Yaletown–Roundhouse
SkyTrain station
Location 297 Davie Street, Vancouver
Coordinates
Owned by TransLink
Platforms Centre platform
Tracks 2
Construction
Structure type Underground
Depth 17m
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Station code YT
Fare zone 1
History
Opened August 17, 2009
Traffic
Passengers (2011[1]) 13,322
Services
Preceding station   TransLink   Following station
toward YVR–Airport
Canada Line
Airport
toward Waterfront
Canada Line
Richmond

Yaletown–Roundhouse Station is a SkyTrain station on the Canada Line in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Location

Pacific Boulevard in Yaletown.

The station is located on Davie Street at Mainland Street, approximately 80 metres northwest of Pacific Boulevard. The station is located 17 metres underground. The station serves the surrounding rapidly growing residential and retail areas of Yaletown and Downtown South. The station's name derives from the neighbourhood's name, as well as its history as a former train hub (a community centre in the area is also called the Roundhouse).

VIA Architecture was the architecture firm for the Yaletown-Roundhouse Station (completed in 2009), as well as the Roundhouse Community Centre (1997), and Engine 374 Pavilion (1978).

Bus routes

The following bus routes can be found in close proximity to Yaletown-Roundhouse Station: [2]

  • C21 Beach
  • C23 Davie/Main Street Station

References

  1. ^ "2011 SkyTrain Station Counts". TransLink. Retrieved January 2013. 
  2. ^ "Yaletown - Roundhouse Station Map" (PDF). TransLink. Retrieved 25 August 2015. 


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