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Olympic travel tips: Park and Ride lots for the Games period

Olympic travel tips: Park and Ride lots for the Games period

For those who might be in our region for the first time during the Olympics, here’s a short series of tips to help you get on your way. (If you do know this stuff already, please pass it along to those who might find this useful!)

So far in the Olympic tips series: info on tickets, bike info, Park and Rides, a guide to transit staff, where to find real-time transit info online, and transit etiquette. Let me know if I should add anymore!


View 2010 Park & Rides (Temporary) in a larger map

A Park & Ride is a location where you can park your car and then hop onto transit for the rest of your ride. (You can be extra green and rideshare to the Park & Ride, too!)

And if you’re looking to do this during the Games, our Olympic team has been working on getting extra Park & Ride space throughout the region for the Games period.

Check out the map above to see the extra lots that are offering Olympic space so far. You can also see the full list of extra Olympic Park & Ride lots on the main TransLink site. Make sure to check both the map and the list for updates — the Olympic team is still securing more space!

As well, you can also check out the regular list of Park & Rides that are available throughout the year.