Ladner Exchange

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Ladner Exchange
Bus Exchange
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Location 4645 Harvest Drive, Delta, BC
Coordinates 49°05′15″N 123°03′45″W / 49.08750°N 123.06250°W / 49.08750; -123.06250Coordinates: 49°05′15″N 123°03′45″W / 49.08750°N 123.06250°W / 49.08750; -123.06250
Owned by TransLink
Bus routes 9
Bus stands 7
Parking 200 space park and ride[1]
Bicycle facilities Racks available
Other information
Fare zone 3
Opened November 24, 1978

The Ladner Exchange is a major transit exchange in the community of Ladner within the municipality of Delta, British Columbia. Opened on November 24, 1978, it is the primary transit hub for South Delta, serving as a terminus for all but two routes and includes connections to SkyTrain stations in Richmond and Surrey.[2] There is a 200 space park and ride and kiss and ride adjacent to the exchange.

Structure and location[edit]

The exchange is located off-street near the major intersection of Ladner Trunk Road and Highway 17A, providing for easy access for both buses and drivers alike. It also serves multiple destinations nearby, including Delta City Hall, Ladner Leisure Centre and Delta Hospital. There are several open-sided shelters with benches on site.

It has the ability to host regular length diesel buses, community shuttles as well as articulated buses, but not trolley buses.


Route Destinations Notes Bay
310 Scottsdale 3
601 Bridgeport Station
South Delta
2nd Avenue at 52a Street
Certain AM peak hour trips originate at Ladner Exchange as a continuation of the 608 and certain PM peak hour trips terminate at Ladner Exchange and continue as the 606. 6
606 Ladner Ring PM peak only
608 Ladner Ring AM peak only
620 Bridgeport Station
Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal
Express 1
640 Scott Road Station 4
C86 Ladner South 7
C87 East Ladner 3
C88 Ladner North 7

See also[edit]


External links[edit]

Ladner Exchange Map (PDF)