Transit service

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. By choosing Kelowna Regional Transit, you can save money and contribute positively to the environment and your community. It's easier than you think to take transit. With 28 routes, 100 buses and over 190,000 hours of service annually, 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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Kelowna transit service

Visit the BC Transit website for information about:

  • transit route information
  • scheduling information
  • transit passes and fare sales outlets
  • comments or suggestions
  • specific trip Alerts
  • lost and found
  • handyDART inquiries
  • bike & ride instructions
Bus stop maintenance, vandalism and improvement

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

For inquires regarding bus stops in Kelowna, email or report online.

Annual operating agreement

Funding for the Kelowna Regional Transit System is 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. Fares are established by all regional partners. Routes and service levels are set by each individual partner community in collaboration with BC Transit. Buses are operated on behalf of the regional partners and BC Transit by a private operating company, Transdev.