Here’s What The Surrey Langley SkyTrain Extension Will Look Like

Surrey Langley SkyTrain

TransLink’s plan to extend the Expo Line along Fraser Highway from King George Station to Langley Centre has taken another step forward.

A new website has been launched by TransLink for the Surrey Langley SkyTrain project.

The website says that this new public transportation project will “transform Surrey and Langley into connected, complete and livable communities, making the cities and the region more vibrant, accessible, competitive and sustainable”.

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The 17-kilometre stretch of SkyTrain will replace previous plans for the Surrey light rail transit (LRT) that was strongly opposed by Surrey’s new city council.

A couple of artistic renderings of the future project have been released that show what the SkyTrain extension might look like.

Photo: TransLink

Photo: TransLink

Photo: TransLink

Surrey Langley SkyTrain Project Timeline

The 17-kilometre Surrey Langley SkyTrain will extend from Surrey’s King George Station along Fraser Highway to 203 Street in the City of Langley.

Their current work includes updating the cost-estimate for this project and determining how far along Fraser Highway the line could be constructed with the approved $1.6 billion in funding. TransLink is also exploring how work could be sequenced to complete the entire route.

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