Translink Fall Service Changes

TransLink makes bus service changes every April, June, September, and December, to reflect seasonal changes in demand and bring more service to where customers need it most. 

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Improvements and additional services have been rolled out throughout the lower mainland. Some of the changes in White Rock and surrounding areas include: 

351 Crescent Beach/Bridgeport Station (Permanent)

  • Increasing frequency to reduce overcrowding during rush hour periods during the week.
  • Weekdays: Service will run every 7-12 minutes from 7 a.m.-9 a.m. and every 10-12 minutes from 3 p.m.-6 p.m.

354 White Rock South/Bridgeport Station (Permanent)

  • The 354 will run every 10-20 minutes during rush hour and provide a direct connection to Bridgeport SkyTrain Station.
  • In off-peak times, Morgan Creek residents can take the new 363, which connects to the 351 and 321.
  • The 354 will continue to service the same areas of White Rock, but passengers may have to board from a stop on the opposite side of the street. Service on 148th Ave and 20th Ave will end. Residents in these areas will have to transfer to route 360 or walk to a bus stop on 152 St or North Bluff Road.

C50/360 – Ocean Park/Peace Arch Hospital (Permanent)

  • The C50 has a new name! Meet the new 360.
  • Translink is dropping the letter “C” from all bus routes in the region. This letter used to indicate that a route was only served with smaller Community Shuttle buses. Today, they can better serve customers by operating different sizes of buses interchangeably, depending on demand.
  • In this set of service changes, there are no changes to the route, frequency or vehicle type.

C51/361 – Ocean Park/White Rock Centre (Permanent)

  • The C51 has a new name! Meet the new 361.
  • Translink is dropping the letter “C” from all bus routes in the region. This letter used to indicate that a route was only served with smaller Community Shuttle buses. Today, they can better serve customers by operating different sizes of buses interchangeably, depending on demand.
  • In this set of service changes, there are no changes to the route, frequency or vehicle type.

C52/362 – Seaside/White Rock Centre (Permanent)

  • The C52 has a new name and more frequent service in winter! Meet the new 362.
  • Translink is dropping the letter “C” from all bus routes in the region. This letter used to indicate that a route was only served with smaller Community Shuttle buses. Today, they can better serve customers by operating different sizes of buses interchangeably, depending on demand.
  • The 362 will continue to operate:
  • o Weekdays: Every 30 minutes from 9:30 a.m.- 9:30 p.m.

For complete details, please visit www.translink.ca