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MAX Yellow
OperatorCalgary Transit
Began serviceDecember 23, 2019
StartWoodpark Bv
EndCity Centre
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MAX Yellow, also known as Route 304 or the Southwest BRT,[1] is a bus rapid transit line in Calgary, Alberta. Part of Calgary Transit's MAX network, it largely travels north-south along Crowchild Trail SW, 14 Street SW, and 24 Street SW. It connects CTrain stations in downtown Calgary to the southwest quadrant.[2]

Stations and route

MAX Yellow begins in the southwest at Woodpark Boulevard. It travels northeast to the Southwest Transitway where it meets MAX Teal. After stopping at Mount Royal University, it travels north along Crowchild Trail to Bow Trail. MAX Yellow terminates in Downtown Calgary, connecting to the Red Line, Blue Line, and MAX Purple.[3]

Station Opened Route transfers
Woodpark Bv† 2019
Woodview Dr 2019
Woodview Dr 2019
Braeside Dr 2019
Oakridge 2019
Southland Leisure Centre 2019
90 Av SW 2019
Heritage Park 2018  MT  MAX Teal
Rockyview 2018  MT  MAX Teal
54 St SW 2018  MT  MAX Teal
Mount Royal University 2018  MT  MAX Teal
33 Av SW 2019
26 Av SW 2019
17 Av SW 2019
City Centre 2019  R  Red Line
 <span style="color:white; font-weight:bold; font-size:inherit; white-space:nowrap;">B</span>  Blue Line
 MP  MAX Purple

See also


  1. ^ "Southwest BRT". City of Calgary. Retrieved June 27, 2020.
  2. ^ "MAX Yellow rapid transit starts serving southwest Calgary". CBC News. December 23, 2019. Retrieved June 27, 2020.
  3. ^ "Route 304" (PDF). Calgary Transit. December 2019. Retrieved June 27, 2020.

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