MAP: New bus service coming for Surrey’s Clayton and Morgan Creek areas

Langley Centre will also see bus service expanded

TransLink is adding new bus routes in the Clayton Heights areas and in the city’s south end in Morgan Creek.

Bus service will also be expanded in Langley Centre.

In Clayton, TransLink says it will introduce a new route along 72nd Avenue between 184th Street and 202B Street, with connections to Langley Centre.

For South Surrey, TransLink says is will extend service to the Morgan Creek area by modifying routes 354 and C53, including a change to the C53 route to stop at Peace Arch Hospital.

See maps of both routes at the bottom of this story.

TransLink says planners and city staff are still working on exact locations for bus stops, therefore, a route schedule is not yet available.

The transit authority says the new services are expected to begin in September.

The new service is a result of TransLink’s 2017 Transit Network Review. Last February, the health authority did public consultation with local area residents to see what proposed options were preferred.

amy.reid@surreynowleader.com

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