Royal Oak station (SkyTrain)

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Royal Oak
SkyTrain station
Station entrance viewed from Beresford Street
Location5199 Beresford Street, Burnaby
Coordinates49°13′12″N 122°59′18″W / 49.220004°N 122.988381°W / 49.220004; -122.988381Coordinates: 49°13′12″N 122°59′18″W / 49.220004°N 122.988381°W / 49.220004; -122.988381
Owned byBC Transit, TransLink
PlatformsCentre platform
Structure typeElevated
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Station codeRO
Fare zone2
OpenedDecember 11, 1985
Passengers (2017[1])5,500
Preceding station   TransLink   Following station
toward Waterfront
Expo Line

Royal Oak is an elevated station on the Expo Line of Metro Vancouver's SkyTrain rapid transit system. The station is located at the intersection of Beresford Street and Royal Oak Avenue in Burnaby, British Columbia, a short walk south of Kingsway and Imperial Avenue.


Royal Oak station was built in 1985 as part of the original SkyTrain system (now known as the Expo Line).

In 2002, Millennium Line service was introduced to the station, which provided outbound service to VCC–Clark (originally Commercial–Broadway) via Columbia station in New Westminster. This service was discontinued and replaced with the Expo Line branch to Production Way–University in 2016.

Station information[edit]

Platform level looking towards Metrotown town centre

Station layout[edit]

T Platform 1
 Expo Line towards Waterfront (Metrotown)
Island platform; Doors will open on the left
Platform 2
 Expo Line towards King George and Production Way–University (Edmonds)
C Concourse Fare gates, Compass Ticket vending machines
S Street Level Entrance/Exit


Royal Oak is served by a single entrance located on the south side of the station at the corner of Beresford Street and Royal Oak Avenue.

Transit connections[edit]

Royal Oak is served by one bus connection: a community shuttle route to Edmonds station.[2]

Stop Number Routes


  1. ^ "2017 Transit Service Performance Review" (PDF). TransLink. Retrieved June 28, 2018.
  2. ^ TransLink (December 2016). Royal Oak Station (PDF) (Map). Retrieved 19 November 2016.