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SeaBus terminal construction continues with south terminal work

SeaBus terminal rendering
In spring 2016, we started construction work on the north SeaBus terminal and administration building.

Work continues on the north terminal and crews will start work in early March on the south terminal.

Why are we repairing the SeaBus terminals?

Both the SeaBus terminals and administration buildings are now over 40 years old and it’s time for some necessary maintenance and rehab work.

The envelopes of all three buildings – essentially the walls and roofs – are in poor condition and are no longer working as designed. So, naturally, they need some upgrades and rehab work to keep them safe and functioning for both riders and employees.

During construction, SeaBus service will continue as normal and terminals will remain accessible. Customers can expect small detours when entering or exiting the terminals.

What’s being done?

Work is expected to begin shortly on the South Terminal and will include replacing the exterior metal cladding, roof, and windows on the south terminal.

We expect work to finish in mid-2018.

We thank you for their patience while we do this necessary maintenance work.

Author: Jessica Hewitt


  • By war on the car, March 2, 2017 @ 2:06 pm

    Any plans to turn the current “HeliJet door” at the SeaBus terminal into a proper secondary entrance? Even just an automatic sliding door and a single (wide) faregate on each side of the terminal would probably be enough, given the low volumes, but it would make Waterfront Station more readily accessible from the north.

  • By ???, March 4, 2017 @ 8:28 pm

    With the Canada Line extension to Lonsdale Quay in the news…. do we need to expand the Seabus?

  • By Adrienne Coling, March 6, 2017 @ 10:22 am

    Hi there, this is not a current or future project for TransLink at this point. The story came from a North Shore Mayor who would very much like this, however, our next major project are outlined in the 10-Year Vision. You can view those upgrades and service expansions here:

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