Scott Road Station

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Scott Road
SkyTrain station
Scott Road Station outside.jpg
Location 12515 110 Avenue, Surrey
Coordinates 49°12′16″N 122°52′27″W / 49.20442°N 122.874157°W / 49.20442; -122.874157Coordinates: 49°12′16″N 122°52′27″W / 49.20442°N 122.874157°W / 49.20442; -122.874157
Owned by BC Transit, TransLink
Platforms Centre platform
Tracks 2
Structure type Elevated
Parking 1563 space park and ride[1]
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Station code SR
Fare zone 3
Opened March 16, 1990
Passengers (2011[2]) 16,924
Preceding station   TransLink   Following station
toward Waterfront
Expo Line
toward King George

Scott Road Station is located on an elevated portion of the Expo Line, a part of Vancouver, British Columbia's SkyTrain rapid transit system. The station itself is in northern Surrey.


The Scott Road Station is located at the interchange between the King George Highway and Scott Road, at the south end of the Pattullo Bridge, connecting Surrey and New Westminster.


The Scott Road Station was built in 1990 as the terminus of the first extension of the Expo Line. (This extension included two stations; Scott Road and Columbia in New Westminster).

The station itself is located in an industrial district, but it is also one of the most important transfer points for TransLink passengers. Unlike most stations, which rely on passengers arriving by foot or by bus, this station is adjacent to the largest park and ride lot operated by TransLink, with 1563 spaces.[1] Current daily charge is CAD $3.00.


The Scott Road Station is a major connection point for the TransLink bus routes that service Surrey, North Delta, and Ladner.

Bus routes[edit]

Bus bay assignments;[3]
1 - 321 Surrey Central Station, 391 Scottsdale Exchange(peak hour routes)
2 - Unloading
3 - 319 Newton Exchange
4 - 312 Scottsdale Exchange
5 - 314 Surrey Central Station
6 - C71 Surrey Central Station
7 - 640 Ladner Exchange
8 - N19 Downtown, N19 Surrey Central Station
9 - Unloading


  1. ^ a b "Park and Ride". TransLink. Retrieved November 29, 2012. 
  2. ^ "2011 SkyTrain Station Counts". TransLink. Retrieved January 2013. 
  3. ^ Map of Scott Road Station