Getting to Vancouver Venues

Metro Vancouver venues:

  • Access to public transit in Metro Vancouver (the TransLink system) on the day of your event is included in the purchase of your Paralympic event ticket. For transportation routes, schedule information and help with your Paralympic travel planning, visit

  • There is no public parking directly at any Paralympic venue.  The Metro Vancouver public transit system is 100% accessible and is the quickest, most reliable way to go. Access to public transit is included in your Paralympic ticket for the day of the event. If you are coming from outside of Metro Vancouver, consider commercial motorcoach as an option to connect to the transit network or to rideshare/carpool to a suitable transit stop. Find ride matches at

Accessible Transit to City Venues

BC Place:  Take rapid transit to Stadium-Chinatown (Expo Line / Millennium Line) or Vancouver City Centre (Canada Line). 
The closest accessible transportation drop-off area is located on the corner of Nelson Street and Marinaside Crescent.  From here, spectators can enter the venue through Gate J, located one level directly below Gate F.  There is an additional accessible transportation drop-off area located on the corner of Abbott Street and Keefer Place.  Accessible seating is integrated on Levels 2, 3 and 4 of the seating bowl.

UBC Thunderbird Arena:  Several bus routes provide service to the UBC Bus Loop where an accessible shuttle will pick up spectators and take them to the east side of Wesbrook Mall, north of Fairview Road. 
To reach the accessible eating area from the spectator entrance, take the elevator up one level.

Vancouver Paralympic Centre: Take rapid transit (Canada Line) or bus to King Edward station where an accessible shuttle will pick spectators up and take them to the corner of Dinmont Avenue and Nigel Avenue.
Accessible seating is located on both sides of the rink on Level 100.

Official Vancouver 2010 Map (PDF, 8.5 MB)

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