Service on TransLink’s Canada Line to Be Impacted by Capstan Station Construction

Written by Carolina Worrell, Senior Editor, Railway Age
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Service on the Canada Line between Bridgeport Station and Richmond-Brighouse Station will be temporarily impacted due to construction from April 11 until May 12, allowing construction crews to continue work on the new Capstan Station, TransLink announced April 4.

During this time—Monday through Friday only, TransLink says service will end at 9:30 p.m., approximately four hours early. Regular service will resume on Saturday, May 13.

According to TransLink, these temporary impacts will mainly affect customers travelling to and from Bridgeport, Aberdeen, Lansdowne, and Richmond–Brighouse stations.

Extra bus service will be available between Bridgeport and Richmond–Brighouse stations to provide customers with alternative service. Buses will stop at each impacted station and run approximately every 10 minutes.

The temporary service changes, TransLink says, are necessary to ensure the safety of workers and the public, as crews will be conducting work near the track.

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