Transit in Surrey
Transit is a great, environmentally friendly and economical way to get around Surrey with services planned and funded by TransLink, our regional transportation authority.
We love public transit for its ability to build liveable, economically vibrant communities. That's why we're advocating for the next step, Light Rail Transit.
Jump on the SkyTrain from one of Surrey's four stations on the Expo Line, take a bus from one of six bus loops and along 33 conventional routes, or hop on a community shuttle along one of 10 routes in your area. If it's your first time, get TravelSmart's to have an easy commute.
Maps and schedules
Transit fares, passes and discounts
- the for transit pass-holders who save their passes.
- if you qualify for assistance from the BC Ministry of Housing and Social Development.
SkyTrain in Surrey
Take the SkyTrain from Surrey's four stations on the SkyTrain Expo Line:
- Scott Road
- Surrey Central
- King George
SkyTrain services are provided by British Columbia Rapid Transit Company (BCRTC), a subsidiary of Translink.
King George Station Bike Parkade
King George Station is now home to a Bike Parkade, which is a safe and convenient place to store your bike before jumping on the SkyTrain.
Buses and other transit services in Surrey
Hop on a bus from the major bus loops (exchanges) in Surrey.
- Gateway Station
- Guildford Exchange
- King George Station
- Newton Exchange
- Scott Road Station
- Scottsdale Exchange
- South Surrey Park-and-Ride
- Surrey Central Station
- White Rock Centre
Or, use the other transit services around the city, and linking Surrey to the region:
- 33 conventional bus routes
- 10 Community Shuttle routes
- 1 NightBus route
- HandiDART paratransit service for the mobility impaired, provided by TransLink through a private contractor.
Conventional bus service and community shuttles are provided by Coast Mountain Bus Company (CMBC), which is a subsidiary of Translink. TransLink, through CMBC, is responsible for the transit exchanges and park and ride lots, and all facilities within them.
Bus stops and shelters
Translink is responsible for bus stop locations, in consultation with the City of Surrey, and the bus stop poles and signs.
Throughout Surrey, you'll see
- 1379 bus stops (1108 accessible stops), the second highest amount of accessible stops in the region.
- 250 bus shelters, fully funded through our Pattison advertising contract.
- 648 bus benches, fully funded through our Key Bench advertising contract.
Please take our Transit Shelter Survey to let us know where you'd like to see new bus shelters in 2015.
Bus stop amenities and accessibility, including benches, shelters, and sidewalks, are the City's responsibility. Bus stop locations are determined by TransLink, in consultation with the City of Surrey.
Smoking is prohibited in bus shelters under the Surrey Public Health Smoking Protection By-law, 2008, No. 16694.
All services in Surrey are provided by TransLink through two wholly owned subsidiaries, Coast Mountain Bus Company (CMBC) and British Columbia Rapid Transit Company (BCRTC). But, the City of Surrey shares responsibility with Tranlink for passenger facilities and pathways to access transit.
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