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New Flyer to deliver 8 CNG buses for BC Transit

Bus| March 20, 2018

BC Transit connects over 52.3 million customers in partnership with 59 local governments across 130 communities in the British Columbia province every year.

Grande West receives $8.9M in Vicinity bus orders

Bus| January 29, 2018

These new orders are from existing customers BC Transit and Bow Valley Regional Transit, and new customer Town of Midland for deliveries in 2018.

Sustainability| December 22, 2017

New Flyer, BC Transit celebrate 25 CNG bus delivery

BC Transit provides services to over 130 communities across British Columbia in collaboration with local government partners, and transports 52.3 million passengers annually.

Bus| September 5, 2017

Grande West lands $4.8M Vicinity bus order

The 17 buses are set for delivery to BC Transit in 2018.

Bus| January 31, 2017

Grande West lands $10M BC Transit contract

The order is for 39 Vicinity buses for delivery starting late 2017 through early 2018.

Bus| December 13, 2016

BC Transit to rollout camera systems across entire bus fleet

The cost of the camera systems is being funded in part by a $160-million agreement with the federal government, which will also help cover the cost of new GPS bus-tracking technology and other upgrades.

Accessibility| July 23, 2015

BC Transit to rollout devices to aid visually impaired

Trekker Breeze + will be installed on every Victoria Regional Transit bus starting this fall, which will provide clear and precise GPS annunciation of stop on transit, helping visually-impaired individuals to easily find their way around town

Bus| April 23, 2015

BC Transit piloting video cameras on buses

Up to six cameras will be installed on each bus. There is no live monitoring of the video which will only be removed and viewed by authorized security staff following a reported incident. Only video required for security purposes will be retained, all other video will be erased.

Bus| January 16, 2015

BC Transit disciplining drivers for not calling out stops 'unfair,' union says

Bus drivers say the practice puts passenger safety at risk, because it is "an undue distraction."

Bus| December 9, 2014

BC Transit liquidating hydrogen fuel-cell buses

The agency is now taking bids on the buses and will either sell them off or have them converted to use diesel or other fuel. They have been in storage for several months. The decision to kill the fleet reportedly has Canada's hydrogen proponents fuming.

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