Finding a location in Surrey can be quite simple because the road system is designed on a grid. Avenues in Surrey run east/west, starting at Zero Avenue (the Canada/US border) and going to 116th Avenue; Streets run north/south starting at 120th Street (Surrey/Delta boundary) and going to 196th Street (Surrey/Langley boundary).
Getting from Surrey to other areas in the region can be done by public transit. There are 4 Skytrain stations in Surrey. Skytrain is the region's automated, light rapid transit system; it goes all the way to the waterfront in Vancouver where you can take the Sea Bus to North Vancouver! The 4 stations are at Scott Road (and King George Boulevard), Gateway (108th Avenue), Surrey Central (102nd Avenue) and King George (99th Avenue). A bus exchange is located at the Surrey Central location where local buses provide service to other areas of Surrey. Bus schedules and routes can be found using the Translink Trip Planner below or by calling 604-953-3333. If you are looking for a more direct move of transportation, there are a number of taxi, bus rental and car rental companies located in Surrey.
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Pathways & Bikeways
Surrey has an extensive system of pathways and over 210 km (130 miles) of signed, bicycle friendly routes. Check out our Parks & Recreation area for more information on these pathways/bikeways.
Vancouver International Airport Authority
Boundary Bay Airport
Delta, BC Tel: (604) 946-5361
Abbotsford International Airport
Abbotsford, BC Tel: (604) 855-1001
Translink - Public Transit
Tel: (604) 953-3333
Tel: (800) 872-7245
Tel: (888) 842-7245