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Comox Valley Transit System

Comox Valley Transit System
Headquarters 1635 Knight Road, Comox
Service area Comox Valley
Service type Transit bus, Paratransit
Alliance BC Transit
Routes 12
Operator Watson and Ash Transportation
Website Comox Valley Transit System

Comox Valley Transit System provides public transportation in the Comox Valley area on the east coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Service is provided to the City of Courtenay and the towns of Comox, Royston, Oyster River, Black Creek, and Cumberland. Funding is provided under a partnership between the Comox Valley Regional District and BC Transit, the provincial agency which plans and manages municipal transit systems.

Routes

Most routes are centered on Courtenay, radiating to the other communities in the area.[1]

No. Route Notes
1 Fitzgerald
2 Cumberland Downtown to Anfield Centre, then to Cumberland and return.
3 Comox via Ryan & Lerwick No Sunday service.
3X Comox Express Direct link between Downtown Courtenay and Downtown Comox.
4 Comox via Comox Road
5 Vanier Weekday peak service, plus one bus in each direction on Saturdays.
6 Uplands Downtown to eastern Courtenay (including North Island College) and return.
7 Arden No Sunday service.
8 Willemar
10 Royston/Buckley Bay Downtown to Driftwood Mall, Royston, the BC Ferries terminal at Buckley Bay, and return.
11 Little River Downtown to North Island College, Comox Airport, and BC Ferries terminal at Little River and return. No Sunday service.
12 North Valley Connector Courtenay to Merville, Black Creek and Oyster River with transfers to Campbell River Transit. No Sunday service.
99 Veteran's Memorial Parkway Connector Morning service to schools and afternoon service from schools

References

External links

  • Comox Valley Transit System (BC Transit)
  • Comox Valley Regional District for Comox Valley Public Transit
  • All-Time List of Canadian Transit Systems, British Columbia Communities: Courtenay



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