Vancouver has an accessible and convenient public transportation system, providing a great way for visitors to see the city.
Most of Vancouver’s main attractions are accessible by public transportation. TransLink is the regional transportation authority for Greater Vancouver and operates a transit system consisting of a bus system, SkyTrain and SeaBus, as well as the West Coast Express commuter train service.
The busiest bus lines in Vancouver operate from 5 a.m. to 1 a.m., with a more limited NightBus service filling this gap early in the morning. Many buses in downtown Vancouver will pass through Granville Street, Burrard Street and Georgia Street.
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2. Sky Train
Vancouver’s SkyTrain is a completely automated light rapid transit system, offering fast, efficient service between downtown and Metro Vancouver’s suburbs
3. Sea Bus
Sea Bus is a unique passenger accessible wheelchair accessible ferry service that connects downtown Vancouver’s Waterfront station to Lonsdale Quay on the north shore. The scenic crossing to Burrard Inlet takes 12 minutes and offers breathtaking views of the city, the sea and the mountains. It leaves every 15 minutes during the day and every 30 minutes at night, the last navigation leaving Lonsdale Quay at 1:00 am (11:00 pm on Sunday).
Recalling tiny tugs, two companies operate small passenger ferries that cross and return to False Creek, the body of water flowing south of the downtown peninsula. For young and old, these small ferries are a lovely way to see Vancouver from the water, as well as being a convenient option for getting to some of the city’s most popular attractions. They also offer short tourist cruises of the region.