Battery Electric Bus Request for Proposals Released

Nov 18, 2020
BC Transit is pleased to be proceeding with the release of a Request for Proposals (RFP) for our first 10 battery electric heavy-duty buses. Heavy duty buses are the regular 40’ transit buses you see in communities across the province.
  • Transit Systems: Global
  • Categories: Corporate

BC Transit announces Transit Superstars across the province

Nov 3, 2020
GLOBAL – For their professionalism, teamwork and dedication to public transit in their communities, BC Transit is recognizing six individuals as our latest Transit Superstars.
  • Transit Systems: Global
  • Categories: Corporate

Reminder: Daylight Savings Time Concludes November 1

Oct 30, 2020
REGIONAL – On November 1, 2020, be sure to ‘fall back’ on your clocks by one-hour for the conclusion of Daylight Savings Time.
  • Transit Systems: Global
  • Categories: Service and Fare Changes

Reminder: masks mandatory on BC Transit buses beginning Monday

Aug 21, 2020

GLOBAL – BC Transit, in alignment with TransLink and other transportation agencies, will be proceeding with mandatory use of face coverings on buses in BC Transit communities across the province beginning Monday, August 24.

  • Transit Systems: Global
  • Categories: Safety

BC Transit to mandate use of face coverings

Aug 6, 2020
GLOBAL - BC Transit, in alignment with TransLink and other transportation agencies, will be proceeding with mandatory use of face coverings on buses in BC Transit communities across the Province as of August 24.
  • Transit Systems: Global
  • Categories: Safety, Corporate

Door-to-door service makes its way to Cache Creek

Jul 21, 2020
ASHCROFT – BC Transit and the Village of Ashcroft are announcing the addition door-to-door service in the Ashcroft-Cache Creek-Clinton Transit System.
  • Transit Systems: Ashcroft-Cache Creek-Clinton
  • Categories: Service and Fare Changes, Customer Service

“Together we ride” - BC Transit launches a province-wide campaign to encourage considerate transit etiquette

Jul 20, 2020
CORPORATE – A province-wide advertising campaign launched today, encouraging considerate etiquette on board BC Transit buses, including the wearing of face coverings (for those who have no medical issues that prevent them from doing so). The tag line “Together we ride” reminds riders that safety is a collaborative effort and endeavors to foster an environment where riders are courteous and respectful.
  • Transit Systems: Global
  • Categories: Safety, Corporate