B.C. Transit wants more public feedback

Beginning Oct. 1, the Transit Future Bus will visit eight locations in Greater Victoria to present plans for service changes

  • Sep. 26, 2013 3:00 p.m.

Transit users are once again being asked to offer feedback on future plans for B.C. Transit in the Capital Region.

Beginning Oct. 1, the Transit Future Bus will visit eight locations in Greater Victoria to present plans for service changes over the next few years.

“Our transit system should reflect the needs of existing customers but should also help direct changes that will encourage more Greater Victorians to enjoy the financial, health and environmental benefits of public transportation,” said Susan Brice, chair of the Victoria Regional Transit Commission.

“We would like to present the proposed improvements to the public and our riders, to confirm we have the priorities right.”

The first stop will be Oct. 1 at Fort and Douglas streets from noon to 4 p.m.

Online surveys and a full list of stops are available at bctransit.com.



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