BC Transit

B.C. transit agencies encourage face masks, step up sanitizing as Phase Two begins

TransLink, BC Transit will both begin to collect fares again on June 1

 

Teen suspect in custody after allegedly crashing stolen bus into rock wall

After a quick break in Greater Victoria, driver returns to find his bus gone

 

BC Transit reinstates fares, front door loading in June

Vinyl shields to be installed on all buses without full driver doors to support distancing

 

COVID-19: BC Transit beefs up sanitization measures, still operating

Buses all over the province are being disinfected daily

B.C.’s first ride-hailing app to launch in Tofino, Whistler in February

The Whistle! app will be available in Tofino on Feb.1 and in Whistler Feb. 6.

Bus schedule change in effect for Prince Rupert and Port Edward

Route 60 is stopping service to North Pacific Cannery until the summer

BC Transit aims to have all-electric bus fleet by 2040

Greater Victoria will see the province’s first 10 electric buses by 2021

Victoria youth get free transit this fall

The Victoria Regional Transit Commission voted to green light free passes for youth 18 and under

Wheels on new BC Bus North service start June 4

As Greyhound passenger service departs northern B.C., province launches interim routes

Northwest bus service gets a new operator

BC Transit signs contract with Pacific Western Transit Canada after 11 years with First Transit

Seasonal bus hours are back

To squeeze in more of the festivities in December BC Transit has extended services in Prince Rupert

New transit service to connect Terrace with the Hazelton area

New transit services will start running on Nov. 20, 2017

  • Oct 23, 2017

Can’t compete with new $5 transit: Greyhound

Greyhound could soon depart northern B.C. on a one-way ticket

Greyhound could soon depart northern B.C.

Greyhound could soon depart northern B.C. on a one-way ticket

Greyhound could soon depart northern B.C. on a one-way ticket

Can’t compete with new $5 Highway 16 transit: Greyhound.