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Phibbs Exchange


Phibbs Exchange

Phibbs Exchange is the major transit exchange for the District of North Vancouver, British Columbia. Part of the TransLink system, it is home to routes serving North Vancouver and some parts of the city of Vancouver. It is one of the three major transit exchanges on the North Shore (the others being the exchanges at Park Royal Shopping Centre and Lonsdale Quay).

Structure and location

Phibbs Exchange is located directly next to the northern foot of the Ironworkers Memorial Bridge, which connects North Vancouver to East Vancouver and Burnaby. It can accommodate regular-length diesel buses and community shuttle buses only. The community shuttle buses are for the 214: Blueridge/Phibbs Exchange and C15: Deep Cove/Indian River

The exchange is also located a short distance from Capilano University and Lionsgate Studios. The Pacific National Exhibition grounds is also nearby, just across the bridge in Vancouver. The exchange is located next to a park and ride facility.

Security at Phibbs Exchange is the responsibility of the Transit Security Department. Transit Security Officers can be found making random patrols of the exchange and conducting Fare Inspections on board buses. North

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