King George SkyTrain
King George SkyTrain is a Canadian elevated station located in the city of Surrey, British Columbia. There are two tracks in this station through which the various trains reach their destination. The station is owned by the British Columbia Transit and Trans Link. It situated in the southern part of the City Centre located in the Surrey. There are more than 13,300 passengers annually use this station. The station code of this station is KG,and it has three fair zones. The opening of this station takes place on 28thMarch 1994.
The SkyTrain runs from this station on a frequent basis. The official information about the schedules of SkyTrain available on the official site of TransLink. For those who don’t know, SkyTrain is one of the longest and oldest automated driverless rapid light systems in the entire globe.
King George SkyTrain Entrances
There are two entrances in this station that are named as East Entrance and West Entrance. To access the east entrance, one has to go through the Whalley Boulevard. There is a designated passenger drop off area in this area. Additionally, there are bus connections for the areas like Langley, White Rock, and Fleetwood.
The second entrance offer access to a variety of bus routes like White Rock, Guildford, Delta, and Newton. It is situated on the King George Boulevard.
King George Other Details
It established way back in 1994 when the Expo Line extends to the Surrey along with other stations like Surrey Central and Gateway. The King George SkyTrain station has gained lots of popularity among the Canadians.