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Explore Victoria

Catch a movie, meander through Butchart Gardens, swirl down a waterslide or watch the sun set at an ocean-side park. All this and more is as easy as hopping a bus.

Let us do the driving while you enjoy the ride without the hassles of traffic, parking or negotiating maps and unfamiliar streets.

Fare payment is easy: you can purchase a DayPass or ten tickets, or you can pay the cash fare each trip.

The most convenient option is the DayPass, which is the way to go if you plan to ride several times per day. With a DayPass, you can hop on and off the bus as often as you'd like. If you are travelling with your children, they can ride for FREE when you use your DayPass. (Up to four children, age 12 and younger).

Descriptions of up to 100 of Greater Victoria's most popular attractions, bus schedules, fare information and route maps are just a click away.

Choose the easy, economical way to Explore Victoria. . . . Choose BC Transit.

This is a select list of Victoria and area attractions. For more information on activities, attractions, accommodations and transportation in Victoria, visit the Tourist Information Centre at 812 Wharf Street, online at www.tourismvictoria.com or call 250-953-2033.

			
			
   

Victoria Regional Transit System

TRANSIT INFO: 250.382.6161

 

CUSTOMER ALERTS

 

Sunday, Oct.05/14, Run for the Cure
Will be taking place at Uvic. From 07:30 am - 11:30 am approx. Detouring will be required and Oak Bay PD will be working with Transit Supervisors escorting buses in and out of Uvic. Ring Rd. area.
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Service Change - Effective September 2, 2014. Please follow this link for more details. (view 191.6k PDF)

Effective September 2, 2014 New routing on #15 UVic/Esquimalt. This route will now carry through in to Esquimalt via Esquimalt Road. Passengers wishing to continue on to Royal Oak will now transfer downtown to the new Route 6 Royal Oak. Click here for a complete map of the updated #15 (view 77.7k PDF)

Effective September 2, 2014 Route 6 passengers will need to transfer downtown to the Route 15 to continue to Esquimalt. Service on both routes will be frequent throughout the day to minimize wait times between buses. This change improves destination choices for Esquimalt residents who will now be on a route that provides access to UVic, Camosun-Lansdowne and Royal Jubilee Hospital. Follow this link for a complete map of the updated route. (view 74.7k PDF)