We’re closer than you think! The communities of Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows are located in the north east sector of Metro Vancouver, and are now more accessible than ever with the opening of two new bridges.
The impressive six-lane Golden Ears Bridge (tolled), crosses the Fraser River at 200th Street linking Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge with Langley and Surrey to the south.
The Pitt River Bridge (untolled) connects Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge with Port Coquitlam and Coquitlam to the west via Lougheed Highway (Hwy #7).
In addition, Pitt Meadows Regional Airport offers scheduled service to Nanaimo and Victoria courtesy of Island Express Air. It also features the closest skydiving facility to downtown Vancouver. Flight-seeing tours are also available. Also make sure to check out Whistler Air for services from Pitt Meadows to Vancouver.
Our communities are easily accessible from Highway #1 (Trans-Canada Highway) via Golden Ears Bridge or visitors can travel along Lougheed Highway, also known as Scenic 7. For highway travel in British Columbia, visit Drive BC.
Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge can be reached from the BC Ferries terminals located at Horseshoe Bay (a 45-minute drive east, mostly on the Trans-Canada Highway and the Lougheed Highway) or Tsawwassen (a drive of 50 minutes via Highway 91, New Westminster, and the Mary Hill Bypass).
The West Coast Express is a weekday commuter train offering five daily trips from downtown Vancouver to Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge and vice versa. The trip takes between 45 and 55 minutes. There are three West Coast Express stations in Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge, these include: Port Haney, Maple Meadows, and Harris Road Meadows. A West Coast Express TrainBus is available on the weekends.