South Surrey Park and Ride

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South Surrey Park and Ride
South Surrey Park and Ride, August 2013.jpg
LocationBC 99 & King George Boulevard
Surrey, British Columbia
Coordinates49°04′20″N 122°49′21″W / 49.07222°N 122.82250°W / 49.07222; -122.82250Coordinates: 49°04′20″N 122°49′21″W / 49.07222°N 122.82250°W / 49.07222; -122.82250
Owned byTransLink
Bus routes5
Bus stands4 bays
Other information
Fare zone3
OpenedMay 8, 1991
Rebuilt1999, 2006

The South Surrey Park and Ride is a major bus loop and park and ride facility for the South Surrey area. As part of the TransLink system, it is home to five routes serving White Rock and South Surrey with routes to Vancouver via Richmond (Bridgeport Station) as well as routes to Surrey Central and Newton in the northern part of the city.

The first South Surrey Park and Ride opened on May 8, 1991, located at 152 Street and Cranley Drive (now Mall Access for Southpoint Exchange).[1] On December 13, 1999, the park and ride was relocated so that the Southpoint Exchange mall could be constructed. The second site was located at 32 Avenue and 32 Avenue Diversion, a short distance from the original site.[2][3] The current park and ride facility was opened on June 26, 2006, adjacent to the Highway 99 and King George Boulevard interchange.[4]

In November 2013, an expansion of 367 parking spots was opened, and a $2-per-day parking fee was introduced.[5]


Bay Route Destination Notes
1 351 Crescent Beach
352 Ocean Park weekday PM peak hours only
354 White Rock South weekday PM peak hours only
2 321
394 White Rock Centre weekday peak hours only
3 351 Bridgeport Station
352 Bridgeport Station weekday AM peak hours only
354 Bridgeport Station weekday AM peak hours only
4 321 Surrey Central Station
394 King George Station weekday peak hours only

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Grade 12 Grads Ride free! Ride safely! GradPass" (PDF). The Buzzer. BC Transit. May 10, 1991. Retrieved February 23, 2017.
  2. ^ "Further Service Improvements Commencing December 13" (PDF). The Buzzer. TransLink. December 10, 1999. Retrieved February 23, 2017.
  3. ^ "4.6 South Surrey Park & Ride – Specific Project Approval" (PDF). TransLink. May 4, 2005. Retrieved February 23, 2017.
  4. ^ "New South Surrey Park and Ride Reopens June 26". TransLink. June 13, 2006. Retrieved January 24, 2017.
  5. ^ Poon, Christopher (January 21, 2014). "After $4.5M expansion, South Surrey Park and Ride lot sits empty, unused". Surrey Now. Retrieved June 26, 2016.

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