Vancouver has a metropolitan rapid train as a part of the public transit system. It is called SkyTrain and is an elevated train. It is the oldest driverless rapid transit system and one of the longest in the world. It has 3 lines: Expo, Millenium and Canada. Two first lines connect Vancouver with surrounding cities, and Canada line connects Vancouver with International Airport of Vancouver (YVR) and Richmond City.
Expo Line: It has 28.9 km, 20 stations and it goes from Waterfront to King George.
Millennium Line: It has 42.1 km, 29 stations and it goes from Waterfront to VCC–Clark.
Canada Line: It has 14.4 km, 13 stations and it goes from Waterfront to Richmond–Brighouse. It has 15.1 km, 13 stations, from Waterfront to YVR–Airport
It operates from 5:00am to 1:50am (Mondays to Fridays), from 6:00am to 1:15am (Saturday) and from 7:00am to 12:15am (Sundays).
Trains run every:
Expo line: 2 min in peak hours, and 6–8 min off -peak.
Millennium Line: 5 min in peak hours, 6–8 min off -peak.
Canada Line: 7 min in peak hours, 7–20 min off- peak.
Single Trip: $ 2.75 (1 zone) - $4 (2 zones) - $5.50 (3 zones).
After 6:00pm and weekends all zones $3 (with a $5 plus charge if you go to the airport).
Vancouver International Airport (YVR) is in Sea Island (Richmond) and is about 12 km from Downtown Vancouver. Public transit is the easiest way to get the airport from major destinations of the city.
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