New parking stalls opened Tuesday at the South Surrey Park and Ride.

South Surrey Park and Ride lot expands

On Tuesday, 367 parking stalls were opened in the now-expanded TransLink lot.



There is now more space to park at the South Surrey Park and Ride.

On Tuesday, 367 extra parking stall were opened and made available to customers.

The new stalls combine with the existing ones for a total of 840 parking spaces at the South Surrey lot, including five motorcycle spots, 17 accessible stalls and 10 “kiss-and-ride” spots for quick drop-offs.

“The expanded parking lot will supply much-needed parking in South Surrey and provide commuters with more transportation options,” said TransLink chief operating officer, Doug Kelsey.

“We encourage our customers to use Park and Ride facilities and carpool programs to more easily connect to the regional transit network.”

Earlier this month, TransLink also implemented pay parking at the lot. As of Nov. 4, it costs $2 per day.

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