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Surrey–Langley Line

Surrey and Langley are among the fastest-growing communities in the Lower Mainland. Over the next 30 years, the City of Surrey, City of Langley, and Township of Langley are expected to welcome more than 400,000 new residents and create 185,000 additional jobs. That’s why improving rapid transit in the South of Fraser area is a regional priority.

In June 2014, the Metro Vancouver Mayors' Council on Regional Transportation shared a 10-year transportation Vision outlining transit and transportation priorities to keep Metro Vancouver moving.

The Vision calls for 27 km of Light Rail Transit (LRT), including 16.5 km serving eight stops between Surrey and Langley along Fraser Highway.

Building on previous phases of planning and consultation for this important project, TransLink is now working to advance planning and design work for the project as defined in the Phase Two Investment Plan.

According to a 2017 Preliminary Cost Estimates Report the budget estimate for this Project is $1.95B for LRT and $2.91B for SkyTrain. Further technical work to refine the design and scope of this project is funded as part of the Phase Two Investment Plan. A project budget will be confirmed in the future once a business case has been approved and procurement is complete.

If you want to learn more, details on what work has been done to date can be found in the Key Findings Infographic, Alternatives Evaluation Executive Summary, and the Hatch Preliminary Cost Estimates Report.

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