Getting Here

Let's review the four main ways to visit us on The Drive


Sometimes, driving is the best commuting option – but it’s important to drive smart and know before you go! Find information on the Major Road Network (MRN)carpooling and carsharing, plus the location of Park and Ride lots. You’ll also find traffic camera feeds for intersections around the lower mainland, on bridges and highways and at border crossings.


Buses, Trolleys and Community Shuttles link to various hubs, exchanges, SkyTrain stations and tourist destinations throughout Metro Vancouver. NightBus routes (late-night service) start with “N”, and community shuttle routes start with “C”.


The Expo Lines connects Vancouver with the cities of Burnaby, New Westminster, and Surrey. With the addition of the new Evergreen Extension, the Millennium travels from Vancouver through Burnaby into Port Moody and Coquitlam. The Canada Line connects downtown Vancouver to the Vancouver International Airport (YVR), and the City of Richmond.


One of the most convenient and affordable ways to get around town, and to experience our unforgettable scenery, is by bicycle. In addition to our extensive network of designated bike routes, you can ride your bike on almost all Vancouver streets. If you ride your bike into or out of Vancouver, look into the maps maintained by TransLink, the regional transportation agency that operates Vancouver’s transit system.