Learn how the Surrey-Newton-Guildford Light Rail Transit affects you

TransLink and the City of Surrey are looking for your input on the Surrey-Newton-Guildford Light Rail Transit (LRT) project through an online survey and upcoming workshops.

The Surrey-Newton-Guildford LRT project is the first of two phases in the South of Fraser Rapid Transit Network and will introduce modern, street-level light rail transit along King George Boulevard and 104 Avenue, connecting Surrey City Centre, Guildford, and Newton with high-quality rapid transit. The project will be the first light rail transit system in BC.

The Surrey-Newton-Guildford LRT includes:

  • 10 km of a two-way street-level track
  • 11 LRT stops (from 72 Avenue to Surrey Central along King George Boulevard and from Surrey Central to 152 Street along 104 Avenue)
  • a new LRT operations and maintenance facility

Construction and commissioning of this phase of the LRT is expected to take three to five years. Phase two of the LRT (from Surrey-Langley) will be constructed approximately five years after the Surrey-Newton-Guildford LRT.

The City of Surrey and TransLink are seeking input on:

  • LRT operations
  • LRT stop design and features
  • roadway and transit integration
  • environmental interests

Attend one of the following Surrey-Newton-Guildford LRT open houses:

Thursday, June 22
3 pm to 7 pm
Surrey City Hall Atrium
13450 104 Avenue
Thursday, June 29
4 pm to 8 pm
Peoples Church
14455 104 Avenue

Fill out an online survey by July 7:

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