Transportation & Maps
While the easiest way to get to and around Langley is by car, recreational vehicle or motorcycle, there are other options for transportation and getting around town.
However, visitors venturing out on a scenic driving route will require a vehicle.
To get from downtown Vancouver to Langley, it's a 40-minute drive of about 50km/31mi east on the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1).
Langley can be accessed from the BC Ferries terminals at Horseshoe Bay (a 50-minute drive east on the Trans-Canada Highway) and Tsawwassen (a 35-minute drive northeast on various roads).
Reach the Canada-US border via Highway 13 (264th St) in the Aldergrove area of Langley. The Golden Ears Bridge offers access over the Fraser River from Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge at 200th Street, directly west of Fort Langley.