SkyTrain is a light rapid transit metro system in Greater_Vancouver Greater Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. SkyTrain has 68.7 km (42.7 mi) of track and uses fully automated trains on grade-separated tracks, running mostly on elevated guideways, which gives passengers views across the city and helps SkyTrain to hold consistently high (over 95%) on-time reliability. It also uses the world's longest cable-supported transit-only bridge, the Skybridge, to cross the Fraser River.

SkyTrain networkEdit

Bullet Line Terminals Year Opened Newest Extension Length (km) Stations
Expo Line WaterfrontKing George 1985 1994 28.9 20
Millennium Line WaterfrontVCC–Clark 2002 20.3 13
Canada Line WaterfrontRichmond–Brighouse/YVR–Airport 2009 19.2 16
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Currently operating heavy rail rapid transit systems in Canada
Montréal/REM · Toronto · Vancouver
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