Transit

All Columbia College students must pay adult fares on transit (even if you are under 19 years of age) unless you are a full-time high school student, in which case you can obtain an orange concession card.

How do I get around on Vancouver transit? 

Bus

Translink’s routes connect directly with the SkyTrain and SeaBus right at the stations.  Buses operate seven days a week. Check Translink’s page to plan your trip www.translink.bc.ca/.

SkyTrain

SkyTrains run across the Metro Vancouver region, including to and from Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, Richmond, Vancouver Airport and Surrey. The SkyTrain provides daily service every two to five minutes but does not run throughout the night.

SeaBus

 

The SeaBus is a passenger-only ferry that travels between Vancouver and North Vancouver. The SeaBus links with the SkyTrain and buses in downtown Vancouver at the Waterfront Station. It operates daily every 15 to 30 minutes. Bikes are welcome on the SeaBus.

For more information on bus routes, schedules, etc., contact Translink Information at 604-953-3333 (6:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.) or online at www.translink.bc.ca.

Paying for Transit

CompassCompass: Load. Tap. Ride.

Compass is a reloadable fare card that works everywhere on transit in Metro Vancouver. It’s convenient, easy to use, safe and secure. Now you can load fare products onto one card and tap your way across the system. For more information about Compass cards, click here: http://www.translink.ca/en/Fares-and-Passes/Compass-Card.aspx

Vancouver_Transit_Network_Map

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