Langley Centre

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Langley Centre
Location Langley, British Columbia
Canada
Coordinates 49°06′19″N 122°39′09″W / 49.1054°N 122.6525°W / 49.1054; -122.6525Coordinates: 49°06′19″N 122°39′09″W / 49.1054°N 122.6525°W / 49.1054; -122.6525
Operated by TransLink
Bus routes 15
Bus stands 7
Bus operators Coast Mountain Bus Company
Other information
Fare zone 3
History
Opened October 31, 1975
Previous names Langley Bus Terminal

Langley Centre is the major public transit exchange serving the City of Langley and the Township of Langley, British Columbia, Canada. Opened on October 31, 1975, it is home to Langley's bus routes and community shuttle routes; some of Langley's bus routes connect to the SkyTrain system at Surrey Central Station.[1] Most of Langley's community shuttles originate from Langley Centre, except for the C70.

Structure and location[edit]

The exchange is located at the intersection of Logan Avenue and Glover Road, in the City of Langley. It is less than a kilometre from the main commercial centre of the City of Langley (including its city hall) on Fraser Highway, and a few kilometres from Langley's largest shopping mall, Willowbrook Shopping Centre in the Township of Langley.

It is located on the curb lanes of Logan and Glover, and not separated from regular traffic. It can handle regular-length diesel buses and the smaller community shuttles. Beside the exchange is the Rainbow Mall, a small shopping complex.

All routes in Langley service Langley Centre, except for the #509 (which terminates in Walnut Grove) and the C70 (which terminates in the Willowbrook area.).

Routes[edit]

Diesel buses[edit]

Community Shuttles[edit]

  • #C60 Langley Hospital
  • #C61 Brookswood
  • #C62 Walnut Grove Via Ft.Langley
  • #C63 Fernridge
  • #C64 Willowbrook

Route footnotes[edit]

  • 1 Regular routing is between Fleetwood and Surrey Central Station, with reduced service to Langley.
  • ² Operates as #590 during weekday peak hours.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Surrey-North Delta Expanded Transit Services" (PDF). The Buzzer. B.C. Hydro Transportation. October 28, 1975. Retrieved February 14, 2017. 

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