From January 21 to March 21, 2010, a demonstration streetcar project – The Olympic Line – Vancouver’s 2010 Streetcar – will run between Granville Island and the new Canada Line Olympic Village Station at West 2nd Avenue and Cambie Street. State-of-the-art Flexity Outlook streetcars will be provided and operated by Bombardier Transportation for the 60-day demonstration project (on loan from Brussels, Belgium). Bombardier is a highly respected Canadian company and is recognized as a world leader in rail and mass transit solutions.

The Olympic Line will be free for all riders and operate between 6:30 am and 12:30 am, seven days a week. It will provide reliable and sustainable transportation for athletes, visitors and residents alike – as often as every seven minutes between stations.
From January 21 to March 21, 2010, a demonstration streetcar project – The Olympic Line – Vancouver’s 2010 Streetcar – will run between Granville Island and the new Canada Line Olympic Village Station at West 2nd Avenue and Cambie Street. State-of-the-art Flexity Outlook streetcars will be provided and operated by Bombardier Transportation for the 60-day demonstration project (on loan from Brussels, Belgium). Bombardier is a highly respected Canadian company and is recognized as a world leader in rail and mass transit solutions.


The Olympic Line will be free for all riders and operate between 6:30 am and 12:30 am, seven days a week. It will provide reliable and sustainable transportation for athletes, visitors and residents alike – as often as every seven minutes between stations.