B.C. Transit makes seasonal adjustment to bus routes

No changes are planned for bus routes in Sooke, Transit officials said.

  • Jul. 1, 2015 7:00 a.m.

B.C. Transit is making seasonal service adjustments to its bus service.

The changes took effect Monday.

Annual summer service reductions will go into effect on routes servicing schools including the University of Victoria, Camosun College and Royal Roads University.

No changes are planned for bus routes in Sooke, Transit officials said.

The seasonal adjustment allows B.C. Transit operations to conserve hours during summer months and to maximize service hours during peak ridership when schools are in session.

 

For more details on summer service, please pick up a new Rider’s Guide on board the bus or online at bctransit.com/regions/vic.

 

 

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