Transportation & Maps
Most visitors to the Vancouver, Coast and Mountains region arrive through Vancouver, a major transportation hub well served by air, sea, road and rail carriers.
There are two international airports in the region, Vancouver International Airport (YVR) – the second largest passenger gateway on the West Coast of North America – and Abbotsford International Airport (YXX).
The most popular ways to get around are by car, bus and ferry. Other options include floatplane and rail – the region is served by two major passenger railways and two sightseeing rail routes.
Public transportation options, such as transit buses, the West Coast Express commuter rail line, and the Skytrain and Canada Line, also weave through various communities in the region.