UPDATE – Nov, 06, 2018: In light of the resolution passed by the City of Surrey council we are pausing work on the Surrey-Newton-Guildford LRT Project and suspending the RFQ process while we await direction from the Mayors’ Council and the TransLink Board. Read the full statement from TransLink CEO Kevin Desmond here .
Curious about the plans for the Surrey-Newton-Guildford Light Rail Transit (LRT) line? You’re invited to attend an upcoming open house to learn more about Surrey LRT and share your thoughts.
On June 13, we’re kicking off the next round of consultation, in partnership with the City of Surrey. You may remember that back in January 2017 we launched the first phase of consultation  and we heard from more than 500 people at in-person events and 4,000 people through our online survey and feedback forms. Now it’s your turn!
What is the Surrey LRT project?
Phase One of South of Fraser Rapid Transit (aka Surrey LRT) will introduce modern, street-oriented rapid transit along King George Boulevard and 104 Avenue, connecting Surrey City Centre, Newton Town Centre and Guildford Town Centre.
We want you to weigh in on features of the new LRT and the overall project through an online survey and three drop-in open houses!
|Surrey Arts Centre
13750 88 Avenue, Surrey
|Saturday, June 17, 2017||10 a.m. to 2 p.m.|
|Surrey City Hall Atrium
13450 104 Avenue, Surrey
|Thursday, June 22, 2017||3 p.m. to 7 p.m.|
14455 104 Avenue, Surrey
|Thursday, June 29, 2017||4 p.m. to 8 p.m.|
Can’t attend in person? No problem! You can also provide feedback online from June 13 until July 7 at translink.ca/surreylrt .
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Curious about rapid transit along Vancouver’s Broadway Corridor? Stay tuned! In the coming weeks, we’ll announce how you can get involved in that project or click here  for more information on all of TransLink’s rapid transit projects.
Author: Jessica Hewitt