Cowichan Valley Commuter: Ridership on the Rise

The number of people using public transit to get from the Cowichan Valley into Victoria and back has risen 7.3% over last year’s figures.

In its annual report, B.C. Transit said the Cowichan Valley commuter was a market leader in the number of rides with 86,294 passenger trips in 2013/14, compared to 80,455 in 2012/13.

“We are pleased to see the continued growth and success of the Cowichan Valley commuter service and the important transit connections it provides between our region and the Capital Regional District,” said Cowichan Valley Regional District chairman Rob Hutchins.

For information on routes, schedules and fares, call 250-746-9899 or visit

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