Grant McConachie Way
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Grant McConachie Way highlighted in red.
|Maintained by||the Vancouver Airport Authority|
|Length||3.7 km (2.3 mi)|
|West end||Vancouver International Airport Terminal in Richmond|
|East end||Oak Street in Vancouver|
Grant McConachie Way is a three-to-six lane expressway in Richmond and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Named for aviator Grant McConachie, it is the primary access road into Vancouver International Airport on Sea Island. It is also one of the three roads entering Vancouver from the south, along with Knight Street and Oak Street. Upon entering Vancouver, the road becomes Southwest Marine Drive.
The road crosses the Arthur Laing Bridge over the North Arm Fraser River. Its east-west alignment on Sea Island between the Arthur Laing Bridge and the airport is closely paralleled by SkyTrain's Canada Line.
The entirety of the route is in Metro Vancouver.
|City of Richmond||YVR Domestic Terminal|
|YVR International Terminal|
|Splits into upper level for departures, lower level for arrivals|
|To YVR parking||Westbound exit, eastbound entrance|
|Return to terminal||Eastbound exit only|
|North Service Road Access||At-grade|
|Miller Road Access||At-grade|
|Templeton Street to Russ Baker Way south||At-grade, used as eastbound access to Russ Baker Way south|
|Sea Island Way to Highway 99 South, Downtown Richmond||Eastbound exit only|
|Russ Baker Way south to YVR South Terminal and Downtown Richmond||Westbound exit only|
|Arthur Laing Bridge over the North Arm Fraser River|
|City of Vancouver||Highway 99 north (Oak Street)||At-grade, access to northbound only|
|SW Marine Drive westbound to Granville Street, Downtown Vancouver|
|Continues as the arterial SW Marine Drive eastbound to New Westminster|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
Route map: Google
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