Please find below a small sample of media coverage about the Surrey Langley SkyTrain.

February 6, 2019 - In the News

Renderings of Surrey Langley SkyTrain extension released

Vancouver Sun - TransLink has launched a new website that offers details about the Surrey Langley SkyTrain project, which begins at King George Station and continues along Fraser Highway to Langley Centre. New renderings of SkyTrain stations were posted – not for specific locations or concrete spots along the route, but general renderings of what stations might look like. Read the full article on the Vancouver Sun.

December 13, 2018 - In the News

Mayors' Council votes to proceed with planning for Surrey SkyTrain extension

Global News - After a report from TransLink on a proposed work plan for a Surrey-Langley SkyTrain, the Mayors' Council voted to allow staff to proceed with planning and project development. This includes 11 steps of pre-construction work to be completed over the next 15 months, including confirming the design and construction requirements as well as conducting environmental reviews and updating the total cost of the project. Read the full article on the Global News.

November 15, 2018 - In the News

Metro Vancouver mayors agree to suspend Surrey LRT, start process for SkyTrain to Langley

CBC - In light of Surrey's recent decision to halt all work on the Surrey-Newton-Guildford LRT project, the Mayors' Council agreed to suspend of the project and directed TransLink to report back to next month's meeting on timelines for consultation, design, procurement and a business case for Skytrain from Surrey to Langley. TransLink noted that it's likely that the SkyTrain would have to be constructed in two phases due to a billion dollar funding gap, which means that the line could first end at Fleetwood or Cloverdale. However, TransLink will be working on the business case for the entire line. Read the full article on the CBC.

November 5, 2018 - In the News

Surrey council unanimously passes motion to 'cancel' LRT: TransLink 'pausing' work on the project as a result of the resolution

Surrey Now-Leader - Following the swearing-in of Surrey's new mayor and council, a motion to cancel work on the Surrey-Newton-Guildford LRT project was adopted unanimously. The motion directs city staff to "stop all work" on the LRT project and immediately start working with TransLink on a SkyTrain extension down Fraser Highway to Langley. In light of the resolution, TransLink issued a statement saying it is "pausing work on the Surrey-Newton-Guildford LRT Project and suspending the RFQ process while we await direction from the Mayors' Council and the TransLink Board." Read the full article on the Surrey Now-Leader.

November 5, 2018 - News Releases

Motion – Cancel Surrey Newton Guildford (SNG) – LRT and build SkyTrain from the King George SkyTrain Station to Langley City.

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