BC Transit is operating on a special schedule during the holiday season. File photo

BC Transit to offer free night buses on New Year’s Eve in Campbell River

No transit service on Christmas, Boxing Day or New Year’s Day

Holiday bus service in Campbell River will include free night buses on Dec. 31, but no service on Christmas Day, Boxing Day or New Year’s Day, according to BC Transit.

A special holiday schedule published on the BC Transit website says that regular service is in effect on Dec. 24, but no service is offered on Dec. 25-26.

Regular service resumes from Dec. 27-30. There is also regular service on Dec. 31 during daytime hours.

Free service on New Year’s Eve runs from 6:35 p.m. until the end of service at 3:10 a.m. The full New Year’s Eve schedule is available on BC Transit’s website.

There is no service on New Year’s Day and regular service resumes on Jan. 2.

More information, including bus routes and schedules in Campbell River, is available at bctransit.com/campbell-river.

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