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New Highway 16 routes between Prince George and Smithers start Monday

Jun 16, 2017

BURNS LAKE – New transit services will start running on June 19 connecting the northern communities of Burns Lake, Prince George and Smithers. The routes are part of the Highway 16 transit plan and the Province of B.C.’s Highway 16 Transportation Action Plan.

  • Transit Systems: Bulkley-Nechako , Prince George, Smithers
  • Categories: BC Transit Announcements and Safety
  • Tags: Bulkley-Nechako, Prince George

Bulkley-Nechako Service Starts June 19

Jun 2, 2017

Check this site for information on new routes, schedules, fares and the Rider’s Guide for inter-community transit service starting on Monday, June 19, 2017.

  • Transit Systems: Bulkley-Nechako

Transit Driver Appreciation Day 2017

Mar 15, 2017

Corporate – BC Transit operators are the dedicated professionals that keep our passengers moving safely throughout the province. In cities and towns, they put safety, courtesy and customer service first to deliver high quality transit services that connect people and communities across British Columbia.

 

  • Transit Systems: Global
  • Categories: BC Transit Announcements and Safety

Highway 16 Action Plan enables enhanced Smithers and Moricetown transit service

Nov 30, 2016

The northern community of Smithers, through a partnership with Moricetown, is the first to sign on for inter-community BC Transit service, which is made possible through the B.C. government’s $5-million Highway 16 Transportation Action Plan and local government partners.

  • Transit Systems: Global
  • Categories: BC Transit Announcements and Safety

BC Transit’s Highway 16 Engagement Report

Oct 11, 2016

Positive support for the proposed Highway 16 inter-community transit options was the key highlight from a recent engagement campaign undertaken by BC Transit and its partners.

  • Transit Systems: Global
  • Categories: BC Transit Announcements and Safety

Highway 16 Action Plan: public engagement to begin August 20

Aug 17, 2016

GLOBAL - On August 20, in partnership with First Nations and local community partners, BC Transit will begin a series of public engagement sessions about the introduction of transit services along the Highway 16 corridor.

  • Transit Systems: Global
  • Categories: Customer Engagement