Getting you everywhere you want to go in Metro Vancouver
Service changes take effect on June 24. Check to see if your route has changed, and know before you go!
Services will run a Sunday schedule on Canada Day (July 1). WCE trains and TrainBus will not operate.
Fares & Passes
Fare Zone Map
Frequent Transit Network
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
Keep your bike secure while riding transit and park it in a locker.
Bikes on Transit
Get the transit information you need, where and when you need it, with our mobile website, m.translink.ca.
Your one-stop shop to finding out what's going on, where we'll be and when.
Customer Service Lost and Found
The Access Transit Secretariat helps TransLink offer a greater level of service to people with disabilities, seniors, new Canadians and youth. We started by listening to transit users and hearing what they needed, and continue to be guided in our work by our customers’ viewpoints and needs. The Access Transit Strategy, which involves an extensive review of transit accessibility, looks at every aspect of the transit system, and breaks down barriers as we find them.
TransLink’s Access Transit Secretariat works closely with the Users’ Advisory Committee, people with disabilities and other groups in the community.
An extensive review of transit accessibility.
We offer a variety of services to ensure people with disabilities, seniors and new immigrants are comfortable and confident when using public transit.
The Committee helps us ensure the Access Transit Strategy is being implemented.