BC Transit gives update on Victoria bus routes affected by snow. (Twitter @jim_pearson)

Snowfall cancels, delays transit routes across Greater Victoria

Buses may be late with some areas not serviced due to conditions

With snow falling and accumulating in all areas of Greater Victoria, buses may be late or not servicing some stops. BC Transit provided an update at 4 p.m. on the Victoria routes affected by the current snow storm.

All routes are on now on regular routing except:

R-54/55 – No service Duke Rd. No service William Head loop

R-61 – No service Otter Point/Grant/West Coast Rd.

R-63 – Cancelled

R-64 – No service Gillespie/Kaltasin loop/Phillips loop.

In other traffic news:

The snow falling on the Malahat is resulting in unsafe conditions, according to Shawnigan Lake RCMP.

Reports are coming in of crashes, spin-outs and stalled vehicles blocking traffic on the Malahat.

RELATED: Conditions not safe on Malahat: RCMP

Drivers are being warned to use caution in today’s snowy weather which has created treacherous and hazardous road conditions and led to numerous rollovers around the Sooke Region on Friday.

RELATED: Numerous crashes around Sooke, police urge drivers to use caution in the snow

While the school district said all schools will remain open this afternoon, parents are welcome to pick up students early.

RELATED: Schools will remain open until end of the day

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