|Location||6222 No. 3 Road, Richmond|
|Opened||August 17, 2009|
Richmond–Brighouse station is the outbound terminus metro station of the Richmond branch of the Canada Line, part of the SkyTrain system in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada, in the Metro Vancouver region. The Canada Line's other outbound terminus station is YVR–Airport.
The station is located within Richmond's commercial heart, close to the Richmond Centre shopping mall and Richmond City Hall. The station is within a short walking distance of such amenities as Richmond Public Market, Richmond Hospital, and the Minoru civic complex, as well as other nearby office, commercial, and residential buildings.
|T||Side platform, doors will open on the right|
|Inbound||← ■ Canada Line towards Waterfront (Lansdowne)|
Ticket vending machines, fare gates
An on-street turn-around serves as the terminus for many bus routes that serve the area, and enables a convenient transfer to the Canada Line. This loop replaced the one previously at Richmond Centre. A bus loop is currently under construction.
Bus bay assignments:
|1||301 Newton Exchange||Express
|430 Metrotown Station||Express|
|2||401 One Road|
|407 Gilbert||via Vulcan during peak|
|3||403 Bridgeport Station|
|405 Cambie||via Vulcan during peak|
|410 22nd Street Station||via Fraserwood during peak|
|C94 Richmond Oval|
|4||Unloading only||Unloading only exclusively for the 301, 401 and C96|
|4A||401 Garden City|
|430 Richmond-Brighouse Station||Unloading only|
|410 Railway||via Fraserwood during peak|
|5||402 Two Road|
|5A||404 Four Road|
|6||405 Five Road||via Vulcan during peak|
|407 Bridgeport||via Vulcan during peak|
|7||402 Two Road
403 Three Road
404 Four Road
N10 Richmond-Brighouse Station
Richmond City Council proposed that the name Brighouse be used as the name of the station, since Brighouse is a historic name for the surrounding neighbourhood, thus reflecting the area's heritage. The area was named Brighouse after an early settler, Samuel Brighouse, who was one of "The Three Greenhorns" of Vancouver. From 1920 until 1941, the area was the location of a horse-racing track known as Brighouse Racetrack.