Most of White Rock's bus routes run through the transit exchange. From there, the 351 and 354 buses, which previously ran to downtown Vancouver, now terminate at in ; Vancouver-bound passengers have to transfer onto the rapid transit line. Only one route serving the area, the 352 Ocean Park/Bridgeport Station express bus, does not run through White Rock Centre. The 321, 345, and 394 buses provide service to North Surrey, notably to and stations, and the 375 service runs through White Rock Centre from just north of the border crossing to . The new 531 bus runs from White Rock Centre to Willowbrook Mall in Langley. Community Shuttle routes, the C50, C51, C52, and C53, service local communities within White Rock and South Surrey.
Transportation in White Rock largely revolves around the automobile. is a freeway that links the White Rock area with Vancouver to the north and U.S. , via the Douglas border crossing, to the south. King George Highway () links the Douglas border with and . Johnston Road (152 Street) links White Rock to Guildford and the (Highway 1).
SURREY — Late one night, Bob Douglas saw something he didn’t like. On camera, a pair of musicians were smoking something, and Douglas, who owns and operates , spotted them on a video monitor connected to his phone. Because he runs a clean ship, Douglas drove from White Rock to Newton to investigate, and when he arrived at the studio, it reeked of pot.
Uptown White Rock has been the site of significant new developments in recent years, with medium-rise condos becoming more prominent. The City of White Rock's fire department was located half a block north of its city limits until the early 1990s, when a new firehall was built across from City Hall. In 2007, the White Rock Little League team made it to the Little League World Series. The Chonos were constructed in 2012.
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