Surrey Delta White Rock

Langley City Langley Township

SOUTH OF FRASER AREA TRANSIT IMPROVEMENTS 2007–2013
These improvements mark the first stage in a long-range expansion of South of Fraser transit services through 2031.

What we’ve done this year
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2010-2011

18 new buses added into South of Fraser bus fleet Frequent Bus Network (service every 15 minutes, all day, seven days a week) expanded to route 319 plus portions of routes 320, 321, 340 and 502 • New C70 Community Shuttle route connecting Willowbrook and Cloverdale via Clayton Heights • New Aldergrove to Abbotsford service • More frequent service on several other routes

Improvements throughout the South of Fraser area to achieve baseline transit service levels (6:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m., seven days a week on key routes) • Development of new transit infrastructure; improvement of existing transit exchanges • New Community Shuttle on 68 Avenue in Surrey

2012
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2008
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New route on 64 Avenue between Langley Centre and Scottsdale New route on 88 Avenue between Walnut Grove and 22nd Street Station Continuous service on Scott Road – 72 Avenue Frequent Bus Network service on King George Highway between Newton and White Rock Centre More frequent service along 152 Street and on other core routes in Surrey

Introduction of limited-stop B-Line service on Fraser Highway Improve service between Scottsdale and Langley • New Community Shuttle route between Langley City and Walnut Grove • Improved Community Shuttle service in South Surrey/White Rock and South Delta

2013

2009
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Introduction of bus rapid transit from White Rock Centre to Guildford via King George Highway and 104 Avenue • New transit services on Highway 1 and Port Mann Bridge • New Community Shuttle route in South Surrey/White Rock
* If additional funding for public transit is made available, it could accelerate the implementation timeline for some of these services.

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New route across Golden Ears Bridge, connecting Langley and Maple Ridge New route between White Rock Centre and Langley Integration of several routes with Canada Line rapid transit at Bridgeport Station in Richmond, including significant increases in service levels and reliability Introduce all-day local service in South Surrey New Community Shuttle route in West Whalley More frequent service and extended hours for Langley Community Shuttles, including introduction of higher capacity “midi-buses” Improved service on Fraser Highway between Aldergrove and Langley Centre

Total South of Fraser bus fleet

600 500 400 300 200

+52

600

transit expansion
+ 36 +1 +23

SOUTH OF FRASER

375
NEW BUSES BY 2031

2008–2013

+18

+ 41

396

171
Baseline 2006
NEW BUSES BY 2013

344

284

243

100 0

396

225

320

320

321

225

Annual expansion

TO T BU A L BY SES 20 31

20 12

07

20 10

20 13

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CLIENT: TransLink DOCKET: 733_07 PROJECT: SOFA

DOCUMENT: SOFA one pager SIZE: 8.5”x 11” DATE: October 31, 2007

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