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King George SkyTrain station to reopen after upgrades on June 9

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Good news for Surrey commuters: one of Metro Vancouver’s key transit hubs is reopening this weekend, after a six-week closure for critical maintenance.

King George SkyTrain station, the Expo Line’s terminus, will reopen to the public on Sunday, June 9.

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The busy station closed on April 27 for what TransLink called “unavoidable” infrastructure upgrades.

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Throughout May and early June, crews did power rail work, cable installations, elevator and escalator repairs and electrical and lighting upgrades.

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During the closure, commuters were left using a shuttle bus service between King George and Surrey Central stations.

 

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