Bus routes that would normally travel across the Johnson Street Bridge are being rerouted today through Sunday. News file photo

BC Transit reroutes buses in Victoria during bridge closures this weekend

Changes are affecting routes through Vic West and Esquimalt

BC Transit reminds riders that service during the Johnson Street bridge closures today (Dec. 8) through Sunday will require detours.

The changes are as follows as follows:

Route 24 To Cedar Hill: From Bay street, Right on Government, Left on Johnson to regular route.

Route 24 To Admiral’s Walk: From Government street, Left on Bay to regular route

Route 25 To Maplewood: From Esquimalt road, Left on Catherine, Right on Bay, Right on Government, Left on Johnson to regular route

Route 25 To Admiral’s Walk: From Government street, Left on Bay, Left on Catherine, Left on Esquimalt to regular route.

Route 15 To UVic: From Esquimalt road, Left on Catherine, Right on Bay, Right on Government, Right on Pandora, Left on Wharf to regular route.

Route 15 To Dockyard: From Government street, Left on Bay, Left on Catherine, Right on Esquimalt to regular route.

The changes are in effect from now through 8 p.m. Sunday. For more information visit bctransit.com/victoria.

editor@vicnews.com

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