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Vancouver Transportation


Vancouver Canada Transportation - Vancouver is a young and very cosmopolitan city. It is very chic – often called “Hollywood North”. Nature is a large part of what makes this city very unique, and its cultural diversity is unparalleled. Vancouver is a place where people love to live, and it is an inspiring city, majestic, sophisticated, and prosperous.

The Vancouver International Airport is the local airport for this city. Public transportation of all kinds are available to get from the airport into Vancouver. Bus service is available at the Airport Station bus terminal near the Delta Hotel. The Airport station and the airport are connected by Bus Route #424 from the Domestic Terminal. Courtesy shuttles offer service to the Long-Term parking lot, south terminal, and local hotels. Taxis and car rentals are also available at the airport.

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Traveling in Vancouver is covered extensively by the public transportation system, so having a car in Vancouver isn’t necessary. The Translink system provides electric buses, the SeaBus catamaran ferry, and the light-rail SkyTrain. Fares are based on zones traveled – but are the same for buses, SeaBus and SkyTrain. Daypasses are available and highly recommended.

Buses and Trolleys provide transportation throughout the city, about every 12 minutes at bus stops.

Skytrain is a fast, light-rail service from Vancouver to surrounding suburbs. The Expo Line travels from the Waterfront to King George station, and the Millenium Line travels from the Waterfront to Commercial Drive.

Seabus ferries passengers and cyclists on a scenic 12-minute commute between the Waterfront station and Londsdale Quay. Average service runs every 15 minutes, except on Sundays and holidays in which stops are every half-hour.

Taxis are available throughout the city at reasonable fares. They can be located in front of major hotels or called.

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Vancouver Interesting Facts

  • Vancouver’s Chinatown is the third largest in North America.
  • Vancouver’s Chinatown is rumored to be riddled with secret underground tunnels.
  • The Vancouver Art Gallery occupies an entire courthouse, and allegedly boasts a ghost in the catacombs under the courthouse.
  • There are approximately 3,737 restaurants in Vancouver Canada.
  • In 1912, William Daley, the first inmate of the Oakalla Prison Farm in Burnaby, was sentenced to a year of hard labor for stealing fountain pens.
  • In 1922, vehicles in British Columbia switched from driving on the left to driving on the right hand side of the street.
  • The first Vancouver BC police patrol car was a Hudson Speedster, seized in 1911 as a stolen car from Los Angeles.
  • The Official Band of Vancouver is the Vancouver Police Pipe Band.
  • The first bar in downtown Vancouver was the Globe Saloon.
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