Crowds at the Khatsahlano Street Party.

How to get to Khatsahlano Street Party, car free!

The Khatsahlano Street Party is Vancouver’s largest free music and arts festival! It's a 10-block street fair located at West 4th Avenue between…


Streams of people walking on Cordova Street near Waterfront Station, a bus in the background.

Transit-friendly Canada Day events in Metro Vancouver

Now marking its’ 156th birthday, Canada Day celebrations are happening across Metro Vancouver. With many celebrations going on, you might want to…


A SkyTrain crossing by BC Place Stadium

Take transit to a BC Lions game

If you're gearing up to cheer on your favorite CFL team at BC Place Stadium, we've got the inside scoop on the best way to get there: taking transit.…


Double-decker bus dropping customers off at Tsawwassen Ferry terminal

Car-free destinations to visit in and out of Metro Vancouver this summer

This summer, we’re increasing service to 11 routes so you can get to some of the most popular destinations in Metro Vancouver, car-free! We can take…


900 Bike Bus serves Bridgeport Station and Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal

Bike Bus is back for summer service!

The Bike Bus returns with extended hours! Bike Bus service provides extra capacity for bicycles — from the standard two to nine aboard each bus —…


An inflatable arch entrance with the Car Free Day graphic

Take transit to Car Free Day Surrey on June 10

Following last summer’s successful run, Car Free Days of Summer is back! It brings together local musicians, artists, organizations, and businesses…


14 Hastings bus driving along Playland at PNE

Everything you need to know to take transit to Playland at PNE

With summer approaching, more outdoor activities are blooming in Metro Vancouver including the fun-filled amusement park, Playland at PNE. Featuring…


A person with a bike, walking alongside a SkyTrain at a SkyTrain station

5 things you need to know when commuting by bike

Although cycling is often used for leisurely rides along our various bike paths, Vancouverites are less likely to cycle during their commutes – in…


A person on a bike, waiting for the SkyTrain

Register and ride this Go by Bike Week, May 29 – June 2

Did you know you can travel five times further on bike for the same amount of time and energy expended as walking? For most trips under 5 kilometres,…


Person riding the SkyTrain with a stroller

These are the best views out of the transit window, according to you

Scenic views are all around us in Metro Vancouver, but along our system, there are some unique spots you won't be able to see anywhere else. So, we…


A kayak parked near the bay and two people kayaking at Deep Cove

Where to go by transit to beat the heat in Metro Vancouver

When it’s sunny out, Metro Vancouverites love to go out! But when it’s hot and 30 degrees out, it can be challenging to enjoy the sun. Fortunately,…


A wide shot of the Shipyards Night Market in 2016 (Photo Credit - Ross on Flickr)

Everything you need to know about taking transit to Shipyards Night Market

Not only can you enjoy waterfront views at Lonsdale Quay, but you can also enjoy live music, food trucks, beverage garden, and a splash park for kids…


The 80 River District at Marine Drive Station laying over with a Canada Line train arriving at the SkyTrain station in the background.

3 things to do at this hidden waterfront neighbourhood in Vancouver!

The East Fraser Lands, located along the Fraser River between Kerr Street and Boundary Road in south Vancouver, was home to the White Pine Sawmill…


People atop Quarry Rock, overlooking trees and water

6 spots to visit this weekend by transit

Did you know that we have the largest transit service area in Canada? That's right — we span over 1,800 square kilometres, about the size of London's…


A person running along the seawall in Vancouver's Stanley Park

Have you tried these unique transit-friendly running spots?

We all know the typical popular running spots in Metro Vancouver. Stanley Park's Seawall, Mundy Park, and Pacific Spirit Park just to name a few of…


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