Taxis and wheelchair-accessible vehicles are available at taxi stands located on Level 2 of the Domestic and International Arrivals Area at Vancouver International Airport (YVR). Taxi drivers who pick up passengers from YVR are fully licensed and are required to complete a course in safe driving, customer service and special needs assistance.
• Zone fares apply from YVR to specified zones
• Metered rates apply on return trips to YVR and to areas outside of the zones
• If two or more passengers are going to different addresses in a zone, the zone rate applies until the first passenger(s) disembark
• The meter rate applies to the transport of the other passenger(s)
• The meter may only be engaged when the taxi starts moving towards the second destination
• Rates do not include gratuities
Rapid transit refers to the automated trains that run above and below ground. SkyTrain consists of the Expo Line and the Millennium Line. A third system called the Canada Line provides the travel from the airport to Downtown Vancouver.
TransLink provides continuous bus service throughout the day. In addition to traditional buses are express lines that make fewer stops, or smaller community shuttles that carry fewer passengers to specific areas of the City.
HandyDART is a door-to-door shared-ride service for people with physical or cognitive disabilities who need assistance to use public transit. Find eligibility requirements and other information on TransLink’s HandyDART website.
The Seabus crosses the Burrard Inlet to provide travel between Waterfront Station in Downtown Vancouver to Lonsdale Quay in North Vancouver.
The West Coast Express is a driver-led train that connects Waterfront Station in Downtown Vancouver to Mission, with select stops along the way. On weekdays, five trains plus an additional three TrainBus coach buses travel into Vancouver in the morning, and leave Vancouver in the afternoon.