Cowichan Valley buses switch to holiday hours next week

Holiday hours will affect when you can take the bus in the Cowichan Valley Regional District over the next couple of weeks. There is no service change for Dec. 24, but service is cancelled for Christmas Day, Dec. 25.

On Dec. 26 buses within the Cowichan Valley will operate on Saturday hours, while the commuter bus to Victoria and handyDART services are cancelled.

HandyDART and Valley buses return to regular service from Dec. 27 to 31. The commuter to Victoria is also back to regular service for that period, with a reminder that there is no Saturday and Sunday service, Dec. 27 and 28.

On Jan. 1 the commuter and handyDART are once again cancelled, while Valley buses will use the Sunday schedule. All operations go back to normal on Jan. 2. For more information call 250-746-9899 or go to www.bctransit.com/regions/cow

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