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Transportation and getting around in Vancouver

Walking in Vancouver
Car Rentals Vancouver
Air Travel
Air Canada
the largest carrier in Canada with destinations around the world
Airspeed Aviation Abbotsford to Victoria
Harbour Air Seaplanes
Vancouver, Richmond to Victoria and Nanaimo
Kenmore Air
Vancouver, the Islands and Seattle
Pacific Coastal Airlines
Flights throughout BC and the interior
HeliJet
commuter service between downtown Vancouver and downtown Victoria.
WestJet Airlines
Services cities across Canada and the U.S., including Hawaii
 
Airports
YVR Vancouver
The major International Airport and Gateway located in Richmond BC
Abbotsford International
Chilliwack Municipal
CZBB Boundary Bay Vancouver
Langley Regional
YYJ Victoria located about 30 minutes from downtown Victoria BC
 
Bus/Airporters/Train
BC Transit Public Transit
Coast Mountain Bus
Greyhound Canada
Translink
 

Transportation in Vancouver

Vancouver is a major gateway on the West Coast of Canada. With its prominent location the transportation in, out and around Vancouver is easily accessible and varied to meet the demands of all travelers.

Getting around Vancouver

The Links on this page will surely assist you with your travel plans, each link contains flight schedules, departure and arrival times, locations, length of travel, routes and destination highlights.

Vancouver SkyTrain

Vancouver SkyTrainThe SkyTrain is an Advanced Rapid Transit system operating fully-automated trains on two lines. Built for the Expo 86 World's Fair, it has since become the world's longest automated light rapid transit system utilizing the world's longest transit-only bridge, the Sky Bridge. The Expo and Millennium Lines link downtown to the suburbs of Burnaby, New Westminster, and Surrey.

Canada Line

Canada LineThe best way to get from the Vancouver Airport or Richmond to Downtown Vancouver

SeaBus

SeaBus from Vancouver to North VancouverA foot passenger and bicycle ferry service known as Sea Bus, crosses the Burrard Inlet to the City of North Vancouver
 

West Coast Express

West Coast ExpressThe West Coast Express, a commuter rail train serves Port Moody, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, and Mission. These services have an integrated ticketing system, making public transport inexpensive and efficient

Ferries
Two BC Ferry terminals serve the Greater Vancouver area. One is to the northwest at Horseshoe Bay in West Vancouver, and the other is to the south, at Tsawwassen.
Aqua Bus and False Creek Ferries, operate passenger and bicycle ferries around False Creek. Stanley Park Ferries offers water tours around Coal Harbour and Burrard Inlet.
 
Special Transport
HandyDART
 
Taxi Services
Airport Link Shuttle Abbotsford
Yellow Cab Company
 
Traffic Info
Border Line Ups
Highway Roads Report