Sperling–Burnaby Lake station

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Sperling–Burnaby Lake is an elevated station on the Millennium Line of Metro Vancouver's SkyTrain rapid transit system. The station is located on the southeast corner of the intersection at Sperling Avenue and Lougheed Highway in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. The Burnaby Lake Regional Park is located nearby, from which the name of the station is partially derived.

Sperling–Burnaby Lake
SkyTrain station
Sperling Station Exterior 20100116.jpg
North facing view of the station and bus exchange
Location2800 Sperling Avenue, Burnaby, British Columbia
Coordinates49°15′33″N 122°57′50″W / 49.25914°N 122.96391°W / 49.25914; -122.96391Coordinates: 49°15′33″N 122°57′50″W / 49.25914°N 122.96391°W / 49.25914; -122.96391
Owned byTransLink
PlatformsSide platforms
Structure typeElevated
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Station codeSP
Fare zone2
OpenedAugust 31, 2002
2019[1]666,000 Decrease 1.8%
Rank51 of 53
Preceding station   TransLink   Following station
toward VCC–Clark
Millennium Line

Station informationEdit

Station layoutEdit

T Side platform; doors will open on the right
Platform 1
 Millennium Line towards VCC–Clark (Holdom)
Platform 2
 Millennium Line towards Lafarge Lake–Douglas (Lake City Way)
Side platform; doors will open on the right
C Concourse Fare gates, Compass vending machines
S Street level Entrance/Exit


South entrance viewed from the station's bus exchange

Sperling–Burnaby Lake station is served by two entrances. The main north entrance faces Lougheed Highway while the south entrance connects to the station's bus loop.

Transit connectionsEdit

Sperling–Burnaby Lake station provides connections within Burnaby and to Simon Fraser University. The following bus routes serve the station:[2]

Bay Route Number Destination
1 (Spare)
2 144 Metrotown Station
144 SFU
3 110 Metrotown Station
110 Lougheed Station
4 134 Brentwood Station
134 Lake City Station


  1. ^ "2019 Transit Service Performance Review – SkyTrain Stations Ranked by Annual Boardings" (PDF). translink.ca. TransLink. Retrieved August 2, 2020.
  2. ^ TransLink (December 2008). Sperling–Burnaby Lake Station (PDF) (Map). Retrieved 11 December 2017.

External linksEdit

  Media related to Sperling–Burnaby Lake station at Wikimedia Commons