Over the next few years, we are making major transit investments in Surrey and Langley as part of the Mayors’ 10-Year Vision. While we focus on extending SkyTrain on the Fraser Highway corridor, we’re increasing bus service as well as improving bus speed and reliability for routes that travel the Fraser Highway, including the 502 and 503.
To do this we’re proposing some street changes to give buses priority at the points where they currently experience the most delays. The proposed changes include introducing bus-priority lanes along key stretches:
• Fraser Highway westbound from 200 to 203 St
• 203 Avenue northbound from Fraser Highway to Logan Ave
• Logan Avenue eastbound from 203 St to Glover Rd
Bus-priority lanes speed up buses and dramatically increase the people-carrying capacity of roadways. We are also proposing optimizing signal timings, which will deliver benefits to all traffic along this corridor. To learn more we invite you to attend the drop-in information session hosted by TransLink and Langley City for you to ask questions and share feedback.
From June 3—10 you can find information about the project and provide your feedback online at engage.translink.ca