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Kelowna Regional Transit

As a thank you to our customers for their patience, BC Transit, the Province of BC and the local government partners of the Kelowna Regional Transit system will provide free transit service for the remainder of November.

ustomers have the choice of purchasing a 3-week discounted December pass, or receiving a refund of three weeks for their November transit pass. In order to redeem either one, customers must return their November transit pass.

Discounted December passes can be purchased at any transit fare product vendor, however refunds will only be processed at Kelowna City Hall. (Hours of operation at Kelowna City Hall are Mon – Fri, 8 - 4pm)

Please see below for the discounted prices of monthly passes (for December 2016 only) based on a pro-rated discount from November 10 – 30, 2016.

Monthly Pass


Senior / Student


Regular Price




Discounted December Pass Price




Please contact the Revenue Branch, 250-469-8757, if you have any questions or concerns with regards to this process.

By choosing to ride on the Kelowna Regional Transit System, you can avoid the hassle and stress of driving yourself, save money and do your part for the environment. It's easier to take public transit than you might think. The Central Okanagan's smartTRIPS website has tips for taking transit, Google Maps offers transit route directions and BC Transit is expanding its routes and services every year.

The Kelowna Regional Transit System services the Central Okanagan District, Kelowna, Lake Country, West Kelowna, Westbank First Nation and Peachland.

BC Transit contracts bus service in the Central Okanagan District to be operated by First Group Inc. on behalf of the funding partners.

Funding for the Kelowna Regional Transit System is cost shared between the City of Kelowna, Regional District of Central Okanagan, District of Lake Country, City of West Kelowna, District of Peachland, Westbank First Nation and BC Transit.

Decisions about fares, routes and service levels are made by Kelowna City Council, the Regional District Board, Peachland Council, West Kelowna Council, Westbank First Nation and Lake Country Council, and are based on information provided by the Municipal Systems Program of BC Transit.

Browse the links below for information and resources for using public transit in Kelowna.

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