Translink's Bus & Trolley Fleet criss-crosses Vancouver and covers over
1800 square kilometres. Many routes connect directly with SkyTrain and SeaBus
right at the stations.
The 99 B-Line is your fast buzz along the Broadway/Lougheed Corridor
Skytrain runs diagonally from the downtown Sea Bus terminal through New
Westminster and over the Fraser River into Surrey. Trains run approximately
every 5 minutes, with the entire line being travelled in about 35 minutes.
Tickets are sold by vending machines at each of its stations.
With the addition of the millenium line, Lougheed Mall and Brentwood in Burnaby
are also included in the loop.
Seabus is a double ended catamaran connecting North Vancouver to Downtown. A
one way trip takes about 12 minutes. Seats 400.
There are two terminals: Waterfront in downtown Vancouver and Lonsdale Quay on
the North Shore
Connecting the north and south sides of the Fraser River
Two vehicle ferries offer free, frequent service from Maple Ridge and Pitt
Meadows on the north side of the Fraser River to Langley and Surrey on the
This site will help you navigate Skytrain (or lots of other cities for that
matter). Don't worry if you've forgotten the names of the stations, they
include a list of names as well as a map of the route. Cool Site!
Express provides the communities of the northeast sector of Greater
Vancouver with premium commuter rail service. It operates five trains during
weekday peak periods connecting Mission, Abbotsford Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows,
Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam and Port Moody with downtown Vancouver.
Gray Line of Vancouver Phone: (604) 879-3363
Greyhound Lines of
Phone: (604) 662-3222
Pacific Coach Lines
Phone: (604) 662-8074
Quick Shuttle Bus Service
Provides transportation from Seatac Airport, Downtown Seattle, Bellingham
Airport to Vancouver Airport, Downtown Vancouver and Cruise Ship Terminals.
604-940-4428 (Vancouver Area)
800-665-2212 (Toll Free)
Rain or shine, the Aquabus continuously criss-crosses False Creek, carrying
both foot passengers and cyclists.
Aquabus ferry docks:
Hornby Street's south foot
Granville Island next to the Arts Club Theatre
Yaletown at Davie Street
Plaza of Nations / Edgewater Casino
Vancouver International Airport (YVR)
on Sea Island in Richmond, BC about 15 kilometres driving distance from
Scheduled bus services between YVR and downtown Vancouver hotels.
Abbotsford International Airport
30440 Liberator Ave
The hassle-free alternative to YVR.
(604) 669-1211 - Vancouver
(250) 386-3431 - Victoria
1-888-223-3779 (toll free)
at Major Terminals &
- Vancouver Island - Sunshine Coast
Mainland - Vancouver Island Routes:
Horseshoe Bay-Departure Bay
Sunshine Coast Routes:
Sunshine Coast Routes Horseshoe Bay-Langdale
Earls Cove-Saltery Bay
(Sechelt Peninsula-Powell River)
Langdale-Gambier-Keats (passenger only service)
Saanich Inlet Route:
Brentwood Bay-Mill Bay
Buckley Bay-Denman Island
Denman Island-Hornby Island
Campbell River-Quadra Island
Quadra Island-Cortes Island
Powell River-Texada Island
Port McNeill-Alert Bay-Sointula
Chemainus-Thetis Island-Kuper Island
Day Trip from Swartz Bay
Galiano Island Departures
Horseshoe Bay-Bowen Island
Mayne Island Departures
Nanaimo Harbour-Gabriola Island
Pender Islands Departures
Salt Spring/Long Harbour Departures
Saturna Island Departures
Coast-Bella Coola and Queen Charlotte Islands
Inland Ferry Schedules
List of Ferries:
Adams Lake Cable
Upper Arrow Lakes Galena Bay & Shelter Bay
West Coast Express
This commuter train links Mission and downtown Vancouver with trains westbound
from Mission in the early morning and eastbound from downtown Vancouver in the
The Most Spectacular Train Trip in the World®
The British Columbia Automobile Association [BCAA]
Transportation and Highways
Drive BC (Road Conditions - Provincial)
Conditions - Lower Mainland
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia
A Crown Corporation that provides basic and optional vehicle insurance, driver
licensing services, and road safety programs to residents of the Province of
British Columbia, Canada.
Here for ICBC Claim Centres
The Idiot Driver
Looking to rent an rv for a hassle-free trip or to decide if the rving
lifestyle is for you? The rv's available for renting include motorhomes, 5th
wheels, trailers, campers, & camper vans. Some places that offer rentals
include: Canadream, Go West, Fraserway, Candan, and Alldrive.
For those who love RVing, check
out the RV Times
(my favorite magazine)
The RV Times Magazine is published every two months and features: Recreation
Vehicle, Camper and Trailer repairs and tips from actual RV folks; RVers
journeys around the globe in their favourite units; RV industry news; Letters
from RV enthusiasts worldwide; Fun recipes from RV'ers; Rallies and news from
the RV Owners Association of BC and BC RV club news; Calendar of Events, Fairs
and Festivals of BC, Alberta, and Washington for next three months; Advertising
from businesses and RV'ers.
The magazine is available through subscription; or pick up a free copy from
various locations (scroll
down the page till you see Distribution Locations:).
2007 Earlybird RV
Show & Sale
Tradex Trade & Exhibition Centre
Over 180,000 square feet of exhibit space, both indoors and outdoors. All kinds
of new recreation vehicles on show and for sale. Plus, many, many booth
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an area for Private Sales of RVs by the public.
The Chilliwack Humdinger RV
March 15-18, 2007
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Don't miss the BC RV event of the year featuring ovver 3 1/2 acres (150,000 sq.
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They also feature a PRIVATE SALES AREA.