King Edward Station

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King Edward
SkyTrain Station
King Ed Stn.jpg
Station statistics
Address 4099 Cambie Street, Vancouver
Coordinates 49°14′57″N 123°6′57″W / 49.24917°N 123.11583°W / 49.24917; -123.11583Coordinates: 49°14′57″N 123°6′57″W / 49.24917°N 123.11583°W / 49.24917; -123.11583
Structure type Underground
Platforms Split platforms
Tracks 2
Other information
Opened August 17, 2009
Accessible Handicapped/disabled access
Station code KE
Owned by TransLink
Fare zone 1
Passengers (2011[1]) 14,080
Preceding station   TransLink   Following station
Canada Line
toward Waterfront
Canada Line

King Edward Station is a SkyTrain station on the Canada Line in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The station is designed to accommodate the future construction of a transit-connected development over the station entrance.


The station is located at the intersection of Cambie Street and King Edward Avenue, with the station entrance at the northwest corner of the intersection, replacing a small strip mall. The station serves the surrounding residential area, as well as the retail area along Cambie Street. King Edward Station is also the closest station to Queen Elizabeth Park, located 400 metres to the south.


The station is served by the #15 bus providing local surface service along Cambie Street, by the #25 bus operating east to Brentwood Town Centre Station and west to the University of British Columbia, and by the #33 bus operating east to 29th Avenue Station (via Cambie, Midlothian, 33rd Ave, Slocan, 29th Ave) and west to the University of British Columbia (via Cambie, 16th Ave, Wesbrook Mall).

Bus routes[edit]

  • 15 Downtown / Cambie
  • N15 Downtown / Cambie
  • 25 UBC / Brentwood Station
  • 33 UBC / 29th Avenue Station


  1. ^ "2011 SkyTrain Station Counts". TransLink. Retrieved January 2013.