Transit is an integral part of New Westminster’s multi-modal transportation system and the City advocates for the development and operation of transit services to compliment land-use patterns and community aspirations. The City works closely with TransLink to best meet the needs of the community.


  • The delivery of transit services in New Westminster is planned and funded by TransLink and operated by Coast Mountain Bus Company and BC Rapid Transit Company which operates SkyTrain.

    For more information on transit services and resources, please visit the links below.


    - Find transit routes and schedules, plan your trip or learn about rider fares.

    Frequent Transit Network (FTN)

    - Corridors where transit service runs every 15 minutes in both direction, every day of the week.


    - Find tips and tools to help you get the most out of using transit.

    TransLink Transport 2050: 10-Year Priorities

    - Building on the 2014 Mayor’s Vision, the 10-year priorities identifies top priorities for the first decade of Transport 2050.

  • The Master Transportation Plan (2015) includes policies and identifies actions to create attractive and convenient transit, address barriers to existing services and facilities, improve access and comfort of people using transit, and plan for anticipated population growth throughout the city.

    Addressing Barriers to Transit and Improving Comfort for Users

    The City continues to improve access to transit and increase comfort for those using the services including:

    • working with partners to provide bus shelters and seating at transit stops
    • ensuring all possible transit stops have accessible landing pads
    • improving accessibility to transit stops by completing gaps in the sidewalk network
  • New Westminster Transit Priorities (May 2018) [PDF]

    In 2018, a reference document was created to provide a high-level summary of transit priorities for New Westminster to ensure the city could provide feedback through TransLink’s and the Mayor’s Council processes, identify opportunities for cost-sharing funding programs and partnerships with senior levels of government. The selected projects represent the top priorities for transit-related initiatives that require partnerships, advocacy, or additional coordination to fully achieve.