Monday, January 18, 2010

Four O'Clock Factoid: Omni-modal

Four O'Clock Factoid is a daily feature on Track Twenty-Nine helping to get you through the workday with a bit of useless knowledge.

Vancouver's Waterfront Station is a major intermodal hub. Initially built by the Canadian Pacific Railway, the downtown station now links just about all of the transportation modes serving Vancouver. While inter-city trains no longer call at Waterfront, all three of Vancouver's SkyTrain services stop there. In addition, a helipad, cruise ship terminal, and the SeaBus pier are all connected to the station. The terminal for float planes is very near.

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