Public transit

As part of the Central Okanagan Transit Future Action Plan, BC Transit, in collaboration with the local partners, will be hosting several public engagement events in March 2017. These events will present some of the proposed transit service changes in the region to the public for their feedback and comment. The events will also be an opportunity to discuss the role of public transit in the Central Okanagan and how the decision-making process works. For the engagement dates and times, and more information, visit

By choosing Kelowna Regional Transit you can avoid the hassle and stress of driving yourself, save money and contribute positively to the environment. It's easier to take public transit than you might think. The Central Okanagan's smartTRIPS website has tips for taking transit and BC Transit has a trip tracker tool to help you plan your route. 

The Kelowna Regional Transit System operates service throughout the Central Okanagan including Kelowna, Lake Country, West Kelowna, Westbank First Nation, Peachland and the Regional District of Central Okanagan. 

With 28 routes, 100 buses and over 190,000 hours of service annually, taking transit in the Central Okanagan is a convenient way to get around! Try transit today and see why over five million trips are taken by transit locally each year.

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Service in Kelowna

Visit BC Transit for information on the following:

  • transit route information
  • scheduling information
  • transit passes
  • comments or suggestions
  • specific trip concerns
  • lost and found
  • handyDART inquiries

Other inquiries

Report Online: BC Transit Customer Service Report

Bus stop maintenance, vandalism, or improvement

Bus stops within the regional transit system are managed by the municipality in which they are located. 

For bus stops within Kelowna, contact: 
250-469-8531 or report online.

Questions about fares, annual operating agreement or transit advertising?

Financial Planning Manager
City of Kelowna

Buses in Kelowna are 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. Visit for more information about our regional transit system.