Port Moody Station is a
station on the West Coast Express
commuter rail line connecting Vancouver to Mission, British Columbia, Canada.
station is located on the south side of the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR)
tracks in Port
Moody, at the north foot of William Street, approximately
north of St. John's Street.
Entrance to Port Moody Station
The station opened in 1995, when
the West Coast Express began operating. 300 park and ride spots are
available. All services are operated by TransLink
Port Moody Station is served by five West Coast Express trains per
day in each direction: five in the morning to Vancouver, and five
in the evening to Mission. In addition, there are two buses (called
the "TrainBus") operating from Mission to Vancouver in the morning
(after all trains) and three in the evening returning to Mission in
the evening (again, after all trains), stopping at all West Coast
Express stations. On the weekend with no rail service there are
three inbound a.m. buses and three outbound p.m. ones; with two
each way on Sundays. The station is adjacent to a bus loop and
park-and-ride facility, which are served by the and local and
express bus and Community Shuttle minibus services.
nearby intersection of St. John's and Williams Streets, 97 B-Line buses provide service to Coquitlam
Central and Lougheed Town Centre Stations.
In addition, from 2014, the Evergreen Line
will connect with
the WCE at Port Moody Station.
was the original Pacific terminus of
the CPR's transcontinental mainline from Montreal from
1886—before the railway was extended to Vancouver one year later in
original railway station—or an early station, if not the original
one—now functions as the Port Moody Station Museum, and is located a few hundred metres west of the
West Coast Express station, on Murray Street near the north foot of