You can find on this page the Vancouver trains map to print and to download in PDF. The Vancouver trains map presents the rail network and railway stations of the trains of Vancouver in 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 (see Vancouver train map).

Vancouver rail map

Map of Vancouver trains

The Vancouver rails map shows all the railway stations and lines of Vancouver trains. This railway map of Vancouver will allow you to easily plan your route with the trains of Vancouver in British Columbia - Canada. The Vancouver rails map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Rail service in Vancouver is operated from the following stations as you can see in Vancouver rail map: Waterfront Station (Vancouver) - Regional rail service operated by West Coast Express to Mission. Pacific Central Station - Inter-city passenger rail service is operated by VIA Rail to the interior and Eastern Canada, Toronto, and intermediate points aboard The Canadian. Inter-city passenger rail service operated by Amtrak Cascades to Seattle, Washington. Rocky Mountaineer Station - Tour passenger train services operated by the Rocky Mountaineer to the interior, Rocky Mountains en route to Calgary and Jasper. North Vancouver Station - Whistler Mountaineer started daily service between North Vancouver and Whistler.

The SkyTrain project was linked to Vancouver hosting the 1986 transportation and communication-themed Expo 86World Fair, an event that pump-primed the city rising profile and fortunes. The system originated in eastern Canada with the Ontario (later Urban) Transportation Development Corporation (UTDC), a body funded to create a mode of Intermediate Capacity Transit System (ICTS), being between light rail and heavy rail/metro as its shown in Vancouver rail map. SkyTrain uses moving-block automatic train control which allows for very short headways and facilitates rapidly changing capacity according to demand. Intrusions onto the tracks are detected by an alarm system fitted throughout. Over the sections carrying both lines, peak frequency is every two minutes. The single line lowest frequency is every eight minutes.

Port of Vancouver is served by three Class 1 railways as its mentioned in Vancouver rail map: transcontinental Canadian National Railway (CN Rail), transcontinental Canadian Pacific Railway (CP Rail). Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway (BNSF). Additionally, local railway service is also provided by Southern Railway of British Columbia (SRY), a transporter of freight in British Columbia Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley. CN Rail and CP Rail service the on-dock rail facilities at the port container and cargo terminals. Loading and unloading on dock saves transit time with less handling, reducing potential damage and costs for the shipper. CN Rail and CP Rail have key sections of track to improve the fluidity of rail operations.