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Scottsdale Exchange

Scottsdale Exchange
Location 20 Mall Access, Surrey, BC
Coordinates Category:Coordinates not on Wikidata
Owned by TransLink
Bus routes 11
Bus stands 9 bays
Other information
Fare zone 3

The Scottsdale Exchange is a major transit exchange in the Scottsdale neighbourhood of Surrey. It is home to bus routes serving the South of Fraser region including the municipalities of Delta and Langley City, as well as Richmond. It is a terminus for most of these routes, and has connections to SkyTrain stations in Surrey as well as Richmond.

Structure and location

The exchange is located off-street near the intersection of Scott Road and 72 Avenue, the centre of Scottsdale. It serves the nearby shopping centres of Scottsdale and Strawberry Hill, which includes a Cineplex movie theatre. It also functions as an important connector for commuters living in the surrounding residential areas as well as the broader South of Fraser region. 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
301 Newton Exchange
Richmond–Brighouse Station
311 Bridgeport Station Express, Peak-Only 8
312 Scott Road Station 3
316 Surrey Central Station 2
319 Newton Exchange
Scott Road Station
329 Surrey Central Station 2
340 22nd Street Station 5
364 Langley Centre 8
391 Scott Road Station Express, Peak-Only 9
C75 Newton Exchange 1
C76 Ladner Exchange 6

See also

External links

Scottsdale Exchange Map (PDF)

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