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North Cowichan is looking for public input through a survey as it updates its Master Transportation Plan. (File photo)

North Cowichan looking for public input on transportation

Online survey to be held until April 22

  • Apr 13, 2021

 

The Vancouver Island Connector along with the Tofino Bus will not be resuming service this month and will remain suspended until further notice. Black Press file photo

Suspended bus service sparks concern across Vancouver Island

Vancouver Island Connector will not be resuming service this month

 

Terry Keogh, an RDN Transit driver, used his paramedic skills the morning of Jan. 22 after coming across an unconscious woman along his route in downtown Nanaimo. (RDN Transit photo)

Nanaimo transit driver stops his bus and helps get overdosing woman breathing again

Former EMT from Ireland performed CPR on a woman in downtown Nanaimo on Friday

 

SkyTrain in Whalley. (Photo: Tom Zytaruk)

‘Build it and they will come’: Canada’s public transit looks to rebound from COVID

There were fears transit agencies in Canada would have to make drastic service cuts

SkyTrain in Whalley. (Photo: Tom Zytaruk)
Waivin' Flags bus ready and waiting to be able to drive people to Campbell River and back. (Zoe Ducklow photo)

Wheels on the bus ready to go ‘round and ‘round from Port Hardy to Campbell River

After a long, busless six months, the Tri-Port area is once again connected to down Island

Waivin' Flags bus ready and waiting to be able to drive people to Campbell River and back. (Zoe Ducklow photo)
New $16.2-million transit facility opens in Cowichan Valley

New $16.2-million transit facility opens in Cowichan Valley

Project a partnership of three levels of government

New $16.2-million transit facility opens in Cowichan Valley
Chanchal Thiara, president of the Vancouver Island Sikh Cultural Society, wants to see a bus service from the Cowichan valley to ferry terminals at Duke Point and Departure Bay. (File photo)
Chanchal Thiara, president of the Vancouver Island Sikh Cultural Society, wants to see a bus service from the Cowichan valley to ferry terminals at Duke Point and Departure Bay. (File photo)