King George Skytrain Station Surrey

King George Station

On King George Hwy at 100th Ave in Surrey, it is the furthest SkyTrain station to the east.

Attractions at King George Skytrain Station

Tourist to the area would find that the area is mostly local business.

There is the Compass Point Inn Hotel right beside the King George Station so easy access to Downtown Vancouver would be convenient you could be at the Waterfront Skytrain Station in about 35-40 minutes. It is also an economical way to see an event at BC Place Stadium or Rogers Arena if you are from out of town and need less expensive accommodations.

A median and fence divide King George Hwy in front of the station requiring you to cross the highway at the 100th Avenue intersection to transfer to buses southbound on King George Hwy. For most bus routes, you will find it more convenient to transfer at Surrey Central Skytrain Station


King George Skytrain Station Location and Skytrain map

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