Plan your transit route, and learn what we manage, and what TransLink manages.
Transit is an environmentally friendly and economical way to get around Surrey.
We have several transit options in Surrey, operated by TransLink through the Coast Mountain Bus Company (CMBC) and the British Columbia Rapid Transit Company (BCRTC):
- Community Shuttles
For more information on these options, as well as transit fares, maps and schedules, visit the TransLink website.
SkyTrain Stations in Surrey
There are four Expo line SkyTrain stations in Surrey:
Scott Road & King George Boulevard
Park & Ride location
108 Ave at University Drive
City Parkway at 102 Ave (beside the North Surrey Recreation Centre)
King George Boulevard at 100 Ave
Bike parkade location
Learn more about the Surrey-Langley Skytrain Extension.
Bus Exchanges in Surrey
We also have several major bus loops (or exchanges).
- Gateway Station
- Guildford Exchange
- King George Station
- Newton Exchange
- Scott Road Station
- Scottsdale Exchange
- South Surrey Park & Ride
- Surrey Central Station
- White Rock Centre
You'll find bus stops and shelters across the city. TransLink is responsible for these locations, including the stop poles and signs. The City of Surrey is responsible for the benches, shelters and sidewalks.
Smoking is prohibited in bus shelters under the Surrey Public Health Smoking Protection Bylaw.
For questions or concerns about transit in Surrey, contact the City or TransLink, depending on the issue:
Contact TransLink for:
- Transit fares and passes
- Bus routes and schedules
- Bike parkade at King George Station
- Park & Ride lot locations
- Issues with bus stop poles and signs
- Complaints or compliments on transit services
- Route requests