The Facts Matter: Transit, Roads and Cycling in your Community

The Facts Matter: Transit, Roads and Cycling in your Community

TransLink invests in YOUR community
TransLink contributions across the region

$145 million dollars. That is a big number and can be a tad difficult to interpret. So, let’s break it down a bit further.

Last week we looked at contributions TransLink has made in Burnaby and New Westminster since 2012. This week, Surrey and Langley are up!

Here are just a few of the projects and investments in these areas:


  • Fraser Hwy. road widening (228 St. to 23500 block) – $ 2,716,000
  • New bike lanes on 48 Ave. (20400 block to 210 St.) – $209,000
  • Introduction of new 96 B-Line service linking Guildford and Newton via Surrey Central Station


  • Widening 16th Ave. (crossing over Hwy 99) and building bike lanes in both directions – $ 4,655,895
  • First phase of the Surrey Lake Greenway (140th St. to Coopershawk Crt.) -$185,700
  • Introduced new express service (555 Port Mann Express) across the Port Mann Bridge linking Carvolth Exchange, Fraser Heights/Guildford and Braid SkyTrain Station.

Each municipality has their own fact sheet and you can see what’s been done in, and being planned for, your community’s future.

Head to The Facts Matter page to find out more ways TransLink has has contributed to transit, roads and cycling.

You can also read all about it here in the coming weeks as well as on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram by following the #TheFactsMatter hashtag.

Author: Adrienne Coling