Squamish is connected to the world by rail, deep sea port, air and highway.
Squamish has its own municipal airport and water access for float planes. Flights between Squamish and Vancouver, Vancouver Island, and to other destinations in B.C. are provided by Sea to Sky Air, Glacier Air, and Blackcomb Aviation.
Squamish is served by CN Rail, which is the only railroad that crosses the continent east-west and north-south serving ports on the Atlantic, Pacific, and Gulf coasts while linking customers to all three NAFTA nations. Together with Squamish Terminals, it is part of a multi-modal transportation system.
Deep Sea Port
Squamish Terminals Ltd. is a deep-water, break-bulk terminal located in Squamish and has been serving customers in Western Canada, across North American, and around the world since 1972. Squamish Terminals offers efficient handling of forest products, steel, break-bulk, and project cargos for loading to or from ocean vessels and barges. Stevedoring services are available by arrangement. Squamish Terminals is a wholly owned subsidiary of Star Shipping AS (based in Bergen, Norway).
Car Pool & Commuter Programs
Several corporate and community services provide both Squamish residents and Squamish employees traveling to Squamish affordable and more flexible alternatives to public transportation.
The Squamish Transit System provides local transportation services to residents and visitors in the District of Squamish. In additional to local transit, two coach line companies connect Squamish with other Sea to Sky communities, as well as Downtown Vancouver and Vancouver’s International Airport.