West Shore on the Go

A passenger waits for the No. 50 bus at the Langford Exchange on Station Avenue, home of the West Shore’s main bus service into downtown Victoria. Joel Tansey/
News Gazette staff

West Shore on the Go (Part 3 of 3): Councillors from Langford, Colwood look for solutions

‘We have to start looking creatively at how we’re going to move people:’ Colwood councillor

 

A passenger waits for the #50 bus at the Langford Exchange, the West Shore’s main bus service into downtown Victoria. One reader writes that the regional transit commission needs to stop treating the West Shore as the back country. Joel Tansey/News Gazette staff

Victoria Transit Commission must take regional approach to bus service

Treating West Shore as the back country doesn’t work today

  • Apr 23, 2017

 

Sylvie Ghanem waits for a bus in her View Royal neighbourhood. Ghanem lived in Vienna with her husband, where public transit use was strongly encouraged. They took that mentality and passed it on to their kids, but their youngest daughter simply couldn’t make a commute by bus work for her. Joel Tansey/News Gazette staff

WEST SHORE ON THE GO (Part 2 of 3): Service gaps make transit tough on some riders

Regular riders find the bus to be inconvenient when not making a simple round trip

 

Telecommuting could help with West Shore traffic congestion

Telecommuting could help with West Shore traffic congestion

Having some employees work from home could help with Colwood Crawl, Gazette reader writes

  • Apr 19, 2017
Telecommuting could help with West Shore traffic congestion