Transit

 

During the community consultation for the Transportation Plan, Vernon residents articulated that their number one transportation priority was public transit improvements. A safe, reliable, frequent transit system has many benefits to the community.

  • Lower greenhouse gas emissions
  • Greater mobility for seniors and youth
  • More travel options for families
  • Less money required for new road infrastructure
  • Fewer cars on the road
Vernon Regional Transit System

Vernon Regional Transit System

Starting July 20, 2016, BC Transit will launch a province-wide campaign to educate British Columbians on all the incredible summer destinations that can be reached using BC Transit. The campaign will launch BC Transit’s Instagram account and a microsite www.explorebcbybus.com with downloadable maps. By finding attractions across the province with the help of BC Transit’s routes and our partner Destination BC, British Columbians will have plenty of summer adventures at their fingertips. We want British Columbians to ride and seek adventure all summer long!

Everything you need to know about the transit services within the Vernon Regional Transit area including Coldstream, Vernon and the North Okanagan is on the BC Transit website.

Handy Dart

Vernon Regional Accessible Transit

BC Transit has made large-scale improvements in accessibility. A key is to provide transit services tailored to individual’s needs and abilities.
• Fixed-Route: 100% of buses are low-floor accessible
• handyDART: Ramp and lift-equipped mini buses

handyDART is:
• For people who cannot use fixed-route independently due to a disability
• Based on need
• A complementary service to the fixed-route system

Note: Seasonal Schedule Change to Route 90 UBCO Connector

The reduction of transit service to 90 UBCO Connector starts on May 4,, 2015 with four trips leaving the Downtown Transit Exchange at 7am, 8am, 3pm and 4pm. This will continue through the summer months. The fall schedule of ten trips a day will resume with on September 8, 2015.

North Okanagan Transit Future Plan