BC Transit is offering free service for transit riders starting at 6 p.m. on New Year’s Eve. (Black Press Media file photo)

Free transit on New Year’s Eve starts at 6 p.m.

January will see the implementation of annual winter seasonal service change

Going out for New Year’s Eve? BC Transit offers free service for those in Victoria starting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday.

Transit riders will be able to access the local bus routes on the normal schedule, along with additional late-night service in order to get home safely from celebrations.

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On New Year’s Day buses will be operating at a Sunday-level service.

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On Jan. 6, BC Transit will implement the annual winter seasonal service change, which will increase the number of routes after seasonal reductions in December. To see a full list of changes visit bctransit.com/victoria/service-change-jan-2020.



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