Transportation

Local Transportation to the meeting spot at Lake City Way Skytrain

  • Public Transit: We recommend arriving by public transit to Lake City Way skytrain station with is on the Millennium Line. To plan your trip my transit, visit the TransLink website.
  • Parking: Please park at Lougheed Mall and take the skytrain to Lake City Way station. If you are unable to take the sky train from Lougheed Mall to Lake City Way there will be a bus shuttle service running from 8:30-9:30am that will pick up from the West Parking Lot near Red Robins on Barlett street and transport to the meeting spot at Lake City Way.
  • Accessibility Shuttles: If you are unable to participate in the march from Lake City Way to the final location, there will be shuttles leaving from Lake City Way at 11:00 am. Some of these shuttles will be wheelchair accessible — please fill out this form to save a spot on the wheelchair accessible shuttle.

 


Joining from outside Metro Vancouver? Check below to find buses and personal vehicles headed to Burnaby!

  • Vancouver island – community members in Victoria are planning buses and carpools for the Protect the Inlet action.
    – There will be a bus from Victoria departing — click here to sign up.
    – Fill out this form to join or offer a ride in a carpool (for more information on how to use the form click here).
  • Washington state – community members in Washington State are planning carpools for the Protect the Inlet action. Click here to join one of offer a ride. 

Self-organizing Carpools:

This is a forum for organizing transportation to Burnaby on March 10th. To propose or look for a ride, start a new topic. You can view comments for existing topics by clicking on them.

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Self-organizing Billeting

This is a forum to support out of town participants with making billeting arrangements. If you would like to offer or request housing in Metro Vancouver on the weekend of March 10th please post below. Please note that all arrangements are made at at your own discretion. Protect the Inlet organizers do not take responsibility for any arrangements made using this forum. 

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