Free Campbell River Transit service For Canada Day

To help Campbell River celebrate Canada Day safely, special BC Transit service will be provided on Friday, July 1

To help Campbell River celebrate Canada Day safely, special BC Transit service will be provided on Friday, July 1.

Courtesy of the City of Campbell River, this service will be offered free of charge.

This is the second year Campbell River will have free BC Transit service on Canada Day. Service will be limited to the following specific routes.

Between 2:45 and 5:45 p.m., transit service will stop for the Canada Day Parade. Service will then resume to help spectators get home. Additional timing information for these routes is in the Campbell River Rider’s Guide or online at www.bctransit.com.

Funding for the Campbell River Transit System is cost-shared between the City of Campbell River and BC Transit through a partnership with the Strathcona Regional District.

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