BC Bus North

BC Bus North is an interim program run by the provincial government meant to replace Greyhound buses in Northern B.C. communities. An auditor general’s report released on Tuesday, Nov. 16 made three recommendations to improve the service. (B.C. Transit photo)

Only 56% of Greyhound northern routes shuttered in 2018 covered by BC Bus North: report

The auditor general of B.C. released the results of an audit on Tuesday, Nov. 16

 

The District of Kitimat has announced to continue their free transit fares for all students in kindergarten to Grade 12. The pilot project will continue to run until August 2023, and will be reviewed in 2023 to see if it will be renewed. (Black Press photo)

Free student transit fare pilot project continues in Kitimat

The project was launched in September 2020 and allowed students to board buses for free

 

BC Bus North has made adjustments to its schedule to facilitate safer travel during the winter months. (B.C. Transit photo)

Winter season prompts BC Bus North schedule changes

Schedule changes designed to complete trips along Highway 16 during daylight hours

 

The minister of transportation Claire Trevana was in Prince George late July to celebrate the launch of the service that travels between Prince Rupert, Prince George, Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, Fort Nelson and Valemount. (Province of B.C. photo)

900 trips booked since BC Bus North launch

B.C. government solution to Greyhound’s departure sees growth in ridership

The minister of transportation Claire Trevana was in Prince George late July to celebrate the launch of the service that travels between Prince Rupert, Prince George, Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, Fort Nelson and Valemount. (Province of B.C. photo)