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.
|Bullet||Line||Terminals||Year Opened||Newest Extension||Length (km)||Stations|
|Expo Line||Waterfront — King George||1985||1994||28.9||20|
|Millennium Line||Waterfront — VCC–Clark||2002||—||20.3||13|
|Canada Line||Waterfront — Richmond–Brighouse/YVR–Airport||2009||—||19.2||16|