Kootenay Loop

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Kootenay Loop
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Address East Hastings Street, Vancouver
British Columbia, Canada
Coordinates 49°16′53″N 123°01′35″W / 49.281362°N 123.026252°W / 49.281362; -123.026252Coordinates: 49°16′53″N 123°01′35″W / 49.281362°N 123.026252°W / 49.281362; -123.026252
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Kootenay Loop is a major public transit exchange in Vancouver, British Columbia. It services routes going to East Vancouver, Downtown Vancouver, Burnaby, North Vancouver and the Tri-Cities.

It is also the eastern-most major exchange in the city of Vancouver.

Structure and location[edit]

Kootenay Loop is located on East Hastings Street, at the intersection with Kootenay Street. It is less than 100 metres from Vancouver's border with the city of Burnaby. It is just a few minutes away from the Pacific National Exhibition grounds and the Second Narrows Bridge to North Vancouver. It is several minutes west of the Burnaby Transit Depot, which houses the public transit buses for Burnaby and is the base of operations for the 99 B-Line.

The exchange can handle regular-length diesel buses, articulated buses and electric trolley buses. Part of the exchange is on Hastings Street itself, with the other part (where the trolley buses go) separated from regular traffic. It is also one of the power stations for the trolleys.
It used to be for the Street Car trolley turnaround as there were no electric cars into Burnaby after 1949. There was a small cafe in the centre until the mid-1950s.

Routes[edit]

Route # Destinations Notes
14 UBC
  • Evening trips do not operate to/from Kootenay Loop.
27 Joyce Station
28 Joyce Station
Phibbs Exchange
Capilano University
  • Operates to Capilano University during weekday peak hours.
123 New Westminster Station
130 Metrotown Station
Phibbs Exchange
Capilano University
135 Burrard Station
SFU
  • Express between PNE Park & Ride and Downtown
  • Articulated bus
160 Port Coquitlam Station
Vancouver
Burrard Station
  • Via Barnet Hwy or Guildford Way (weekday peak hours only)
  • Some peak hours trips via Port Moody Station
  • Morning rush hour routing via Clarke instead of St. Johns Street
  • Express in Vancouver and Burnaby
190 Vancouver
Burrard Station
Coquitlam Station
  • Express
  • Service in weekday peak hours only
N35 Downtown
SFU
  • Night Bus
C1 Hastings at Gilmore
MacDonald at Albert

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