Located at the crossroads of the Pacific Rim, Greater Vancouver, and the United States, Surrey’s central location provides convenient access to two international airports and two international border crossings.
Surrey is located right off Highway 1, Highway 99, and two international border crossings. Due to Surrey’s large geographical area, cars are the most convenient mode of transportation. Drive BC reports on local road conditions. You can call on local taxi operators Delta Sunshine Taxi and Surrey Metro Taxi, drive yourself with a rental from Driving Force, or choose to partake in a group tour.
Located between the Vancouver International Airport and the Abbotsford International Airport, many accommodation providers have shuttle services between their property and the airports. Flying into the United States? Bellingham International Airport is just a short drive away and Seattle Tacoma International Airport is a two and a half hour drive.
Quick Shuttle Services, Greyhound, and BC Ferries are all viable ways to travel to the Lower Mainland. Surrey is easily accessible from our neighbouring municipalities through public transit. Translink offer rapid transit from Downtown Vancouver to Surrey on the Expo Line. In addition, there are 6 bus loops, exchanges, and transit centres, each with routes specific to the neighbourhoods in Surrey.
Surrey’s transit system is a great option for getting to Surrey, however Surrey is extremely geographically spread out, with lots of unique sites and exciting events that may not always be easily accessible by bus. To truly see all that Surrey has to offer, driving or carpooling is usually your best bet.