Happy Birthday Canada Line!

Frederick Linsmeyer • August 17, 2010 • Local, Trains
Canada Line at Richmond-Brighouse station

Canada Line at Richmond-Brighouse station

The Canada Line turns one year old today! On August 17th, 2009, Vancouver, Richmond and the Vancouver International Airport all became linked together with rapid transit.

Since it opened, the Canada Line has transported some 36 million passengers between the two cities. During the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, 3.88 million passengers rode the system between February 12th and 28th.

Ridership numbers on the rapid transit line average close to 95,000 per day.

Source: TransLink

About Frederick Linsmeyer

A regular pop-drinking, hockey-watching, snow-shovelling Canadian, Frederick, aka Nephrus, loves his anime. Born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, Frederick runs amok between his hometown and the states of Illinois and Texas, spending time with friends, at anime conventions and looking for some good burgers or sushi.

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