B.C. Transit wants your help deciding how to use new bus resources in Kamloops

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KAMLOOPS - The city is getting 3,000 hours of additional bus service, but now B.C. Transit is looking for help deciding where to put those hours.

An online survey has been set up on the B.C. Transit website to collect input from the public.

The survey asks for rider usage and opinions on potential changes, like the discontinuation of the 6 City Loop route or airport service.

B.C. Transit has also been attending events around the city to ask people for their thoughts. The last event they’ll be at is the Dec. 4 Kamloops Blazers hockey game.

The online survey ends Dec. 14.

The additional service hours were approved in May. An additional 3,000 hours have been approved and come into effect in Spetember 2018.


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