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BC Transit offering online survey regarding proposed Route 70 Penticton/Kelowna

The proposed expansion of service would launch in September 2019

Residents who missed BC Transit’s open houses on Dec. 4 and 5 regarding a proposed interregional transit service between Penticton and Kelowna can still provide their input.

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Those who travel between the two cities can weigh in on the proposed route 70 Kelowna/Penticton, a new interrregional route that could be running in September 2019.

“The proposed route 70 Kelowna/Penticton was identified in the Transit Future Plan as a high-priority interregional transit service connecting Penticton, Summerland, Peachland, and the Kelowna Region,” states BC Transit’s website.”

To participate in the online survey, click here.

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