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Getting to Horseshoe Bay
(7 - user rating)
Written by Brian Grover   
Saturday, 31 March 2007 02:45
From any bus stop on the north side of Georgia Street in downtown Vancouver catch the #257 Horseshoe Bay Express. The express bus takes just thirty minutes but only runs once an hour. The popular express bus boasts extra passenger capacity and a rack for panniers and bulky backpacks.

More frequently, the #250 Horseshoe Bay bus runs every half hour but takes nearly an hour to reach the same destination. Both buses stop on the north side of the road in front of Park Royal Shopping Centre for the convenience of those on the North Shore.

Both buses are equipped with bike racks capable of carrying two bicycles. For up-to-date information on West Vancouver Blue Buses, call Translink at (604) 953-3333 from 6:30 AM to 11:30 PM daily, or visit the Translink Website.

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