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A new, convenient and secure way to travel is coming in 2013, introducing the Compass card!
There are new consequences for not paying your fare. Visit our Fare Infractions page for more information.
Getting to the Airport
Park and Ride
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Bikes on Transit
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Customer Service Lost and Found
Metro Vancouver has five border crossings into the United States: Peace Arch, Pacific Highway 15, Huntingdon, Boundary Bay, and Aldergrove.
it's important to be prepared with the appropriate travel documentation prior to crossing the Canada/U.S. border. The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) is a U.S. law that requires all travellers, including U.S. and Canadian citizens, to present a valid passport or other approved secure document when travelling to, or through, the United States from within the western hemisphere, regardless of mode of travel.
For passport, documents and import information, visit:
Accessed via Highway 99, Peace Arch is BC's main U.S./Canada border crossing.
Situated between Sumas, BC and Sumas, WA.
Situated between Delta, BC and Point Roberts, WA.
The main commercial crossing between Metro Vancouver and the US is also open to cars.
Situated between Aldergrove, BC and Lynden, WA.
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