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Public Transportation and Getting Around Vancouver

Transit throughout the Lower Mainland is run and regulated by TransLink (, which is responsible for local bus, SkyTrain and SeaBus services. Its fare system allows passengers to purchase tickets and transfer across the entire network for up to 90 minutes. FareSaver ticket books (from $21.00) are available at retail outlets across the city, along with all-zone one-day passes ($9.75) that are popular with visitors.

The transit system is divided into three zones, covering Vancouver and many of its suburbs. Regular fares are one zone $2.50, two zones $4.00 and three zones $5.50. Concessions are available for seniors and school students. After 6.30 p.m. weekdays and throughout weekends and public holidays, the maximum fare is $2.75 no matter how many zones you’re travelling. Routes, schedules, a trip planner and service information are available on the TransLink website (

Bus: Vancouver has North America’s second largest bus transit fleet, dominated by wheelchair-accessible electric trolley buses. Regular services on the busiest routes run every 12 minutes from 5 a.m. to past midnight. There are also “Nightbus” services on some downtown suburban routes.

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about public transportation in Vancouver, including trip-planning, please visit the Translink website