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The Surrey Langley SkyTrain Project is a 16 km extension of the Expo Line primarily along Fraser Highway from King George SkyTrain Station in Surrey to 203 St in Langley City. The extension will improve regional connections and provide fast, frequent, and reliable transit service for people and businesses across Metro Vancouver, especially south of the Fraser River.

The project includes eight new stations and three new transit exchanges. Once complete, the travel time from Langley City Centre to King George SkyTrain Station will be about 22 minutes.

The business case estimate for the total cost of Surrey Langley SkyTrain is $4.01 billion, which includes $3.94 billion in capital cost, $11 million for planning, and $60 million in active transportation investments along or near the Fraser Highway, such as cycling and walking paths. Funding for the project includes $2.476 billion from the Province, $1.306 billion from the Federal Government, with local government contributing the remainder.

Major construction is expected to begin in 2024, with the Surrey Langley SkyTrain in operation in late 2028.

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