Beginning September 5, there will be increased frequency to routes travelling to post-secondary institutions, new service on 208th Street in Langley, a new connection to the Tsawwassen Mills mall and more!
Take a look at just a few of the highlights:
- Return of service to post-secondary institutions including BCIT, SFU, UBC and Capilano University, with increased capacity on the 49 to improve service to UBC on weekends.
- Introducing new service to 208th Street in Langley and Highway 10 in Surrey, providing users with direct access to transit.
- Another brand new service will begin for passengers connecting to the new Tsawwassen malls on the 601 and faster, more direct service to the Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal on the 620.
- Implement several recommendations as a result of the 2015 Transit Network Review to the 320, 341, 394, 501, 502, 531, 590, 595, and C63.
609 update: The 609 route adjustment to Tsawwassen Mills outlet mall will not take effect on September 5, 2016. Tsawwassen First Nation has confirmed that roadways will not be open. We will adjust routing to the mall when road and bus stop construction is complete.
Full Service Changes can be found online at translink.ca/servicechanges.
These changes are a part of our regular, seasonal service changes that occur four times each year in April, June, September and December to bring more service to more people with the resources available.
Author: Adrienne Coling