Bike Bus is back for summer service!

Bike Bus is back for summer service!

900 Bike Bus serves Bridgeport Station and Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal

The Bike Bus returns with extended hours!

Bike Bus service provides extra capacity for bicycles — from the standard two to nine aboard each bus — between Bridgeport Station and the Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal.

We listened to customers who used the service when it launched last year. It will now run later to better align with ferry schedules.

Two passengers securing bicycles in interior racks inside Bike Bus.

Bike Bus details

  • June 30 to September 4, 2023
  • In service Fridays, weekends, and holidays from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
  • Operating between Bridgeport Station and Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal
  • Hourly departures to align with ferry sailings

Summer Service Changes

The return of the Bike Bus is part of our Summer Service Changes, which begin on June 26.

We’re seasonally increasing service on 11 bus routes to outdoor destinations around the region — including Stanley Park, White Pine Beach, and White Rock — to meet customer demand.

Some of the seasonal increases include:

  • Routes 5 Robson/Downtown and 6 Davie/Downtown
  • Route 150 Coquitlam Central Station/White Pine Beach
  • Route 262 Lions Bay/Caulfield
  • Route 362 Seaside/White Rock Centre

Go car-free this summer and bike, walk, ride, and roll to your favourite summer spots.

Plan your journey with Trip Planner, sign up for Transit Alerts, follow @TransLink on Twitter, or call Customer Information at 604.953.3333.

Bus with 150 White Pine Beach on destination sign

Go to for more information on specific route increases.

Transit service changes occur every January, April, June, and September. They are based on seasonal patterns and recent trends in customer demand.

We’ll continue monitoring ridership to ensure service is provided where it’s needed most.