Transit update May 5th,2020
Service Change Effective May 10, 2020
In order to continue offering Central Fraser Valley Transit System customers with critical transportation solutions, BC Transit, the City of Abbotsford and the District of Mission are making adjustments to transit services as part of our response to COVID-19, starting May 10, 2020.
The service changes also take into account having sufficient service to allow for physical distancing while traveling on public transit in BC Transit communities.
BC Transit will be implementing modified summer level of service in the transit system starting Sunday, May 10.
The changes will include:
- Implementation of modified summer level service
- Minor service reductions on various routes throughout the system on weekdays and Saturdays
- Affected routes include:
- 1 Highstreet/UFV
- 2 Highstreet/McMillan
- 3 Clearbrook/Huntingdon
- 7 Sumas Mountain/Downtown
- 22 East Townline (seasonally discontinued)
- 24 Centre Loop (seasonally discontinued)
- 26 Sandy Hill/Bourquin (seasonally discontinued)
- Minor schedule changes on various routes throughout the system on weekdays and Saturdays
- Affected routes include:
- 5 Clearbrook/Bourquin via Hospital
- 6 Gladwin
- 12 UFV/Bourquin
- 17 Industrial/Bourquin
- 21 Aldergrove/Abbotsford
To find out more about changes to specific trips, please check the preview schedules on BCTransit.com. Due to the additional changes in response to COVID-19, a Rider’s Guide will not be available for this service change.
The response to COVID-19 is a fluid situation that businesses, governments, and people are adjusting to across the country and around the world. BC Transit will continue to monitor available resources and provide service updates on a day-to-day basis. We thank our customers for their patience, and apologize for the inconvenience.
Please note on June 1, 2020, BC Transit will be enhancing safety measures for our provincial transit systems that will allow for a return to front door loading and collection of fares in all BC Transit communities. With the change, fares will be collected on conventional, community, and handyDART services.
Our team is here for you if you need to travel to get to work, including healthcare facilities or essential service industries, or to get your weekly groceries or a prescription. Please visit BCTransit.com/covid19 for details about our response to COVID-19.
For more information on BC Transit services, please visit BCTransit.com or call your local transit office.
To preview new schedules, visit the Schedules and Maps page.
Can go to Fraser Valley Transit website for this information click here