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Vernon Regional Transit System

Vernon Regional Transit System
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Founded 1980[1]
Service area Regional District of North Okanagan
Service type Transit bus, paratransit
Alliance BC Transit
Routes 13
Website Vernon

Vernon Regional Transit System provides bus service to destinations in Vernon, Coldstream and North Okanagan area of British Columbia, using fully accessible low floor transit buses.[2]

This transit system is responsible for all local full-service and handyDART public bus transportation, in cooperation with the provincial agency BC Transit. Currently, thirteen scheduled routes are operated under the Vernon Regional Transit System name, as well as various other community bus services.[3]

Routes

No. Route Notes Service days
1 Coldstream Mon-Sun
2 Pleasant Valley Mon-Sun
3 Alexis Park Mon-Sun
4 East Hill Mon-Sun
5 South Vernon Mon-Sun
6 College Okanagan College Mon-Sun
7 Okanagan Landing Mon-Sun
8 Bella Vista Mon-Sun
60 Enderby - Armstrong - Vernon Mon-Sat
61 Vernon - Lumby connects with downtown Vernon Mon-Fri
70 Salmon Arm - Enderby direct service both ways Wednesday only
90 North Okanagan Connector Vernon-UBCO Mon-Fri

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