get here

 

BY CAR

From the north (Richmond and Vancouver) take Hwy 99 south through the George Massey Tunnel or Hwy 91 across the Alex Fraser Bridge.

From the south (Surrey, White Rock, or the U.S. Border Crossings at Peace Arch/Blaine or the Pacific Highway) follow Hwy 99 north and take the Hwy 91, Hwy 17,or Hwy 17A exits.

From the west (Vancouver Island and the Southern Gulf Islands) via BC Ferries' Tsawwassen Terminal follow Hwy 17A.

From the east (Surrey and New Westminster) follow Hwy 10 west or Hwy 17 south.

Delta, BC, is a relatively large geographic area, with three distinct communities and a large amount of farmland - we recommend getting specific addresses and using either a GPS or map app to find your route: click here for google maps

BY BUS

Delta is serviced by a variety of TransLinks' bus routes; whether you are travelling into Delta from elsewhere or looking to get around while you are here, you can get detailed information by visiting the TransLink Trip Planning Website

BY TAXI

Delta Surrey Green Cab (a division of Delta Sunshine Taxi)

BY FERRY

BC Ferries operates vessels from Vancouver Island (Victoria/Swartz Bay and Nanaimo/Duke Point) and the Southern Gulf Islands to the Metro Vancouver Area via the flagship terminal at Tsawwassen. See schedules, fares, routes and other information on the BC Ferries website

BY BICYCLE

Delta features a wide array of on-road and off-road bike routes; a detailed map of Delta bike routes can be found on the Corporation of Delta's website

BY PLANE

Boundary Bay Airport is Delta's regional airport. Boundary Bay Air Services offers very competitive fuel pricing, lowcombined landing and parking fees, passenger and crew catering, hangers with on-site customs, and a restaurant overlooking the runway! See Boundary Bay Air Services website for more information.

 

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