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Posted · Original PosterOP

So I'm staying at The Hampton Inn Langley-Surrey. Yeah, i know its kind of far, but i got a wicked deal for a decent room. I'm just wondering what the best way to get to the convention center or if anyone else is staying at this hotel and would be interested in carpooling. I do have a second person coming with, but i'd be willing to provide a picture and talk on discord beforehand. 


Any advice about transit would be super helpful. We do plan on participating in the BYOC.

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You're on a more express route for the bus, so just take the 502 to the train, train downtown. It's only about 30 minutes longer than it would be driving; even less if you factor in trying to find parking. Surrey train stations aren't the best at night, but just don't look like a target and you'll be fine.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Awesome, thank you. Ive got byoc tickets so i dont think ill be around there at night


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You'll wanna take the 502 to Surrey Central (or, alternatively the 502 to Langley Centre, and catch the 503 express), then go on the SkyTrain, which will take you straight to in front of LTX.

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