Cowichan transit services recommence fee collection, front door boarding

Fare products can be purchased at Salish Sea and Galletto Markets

Fare collection and front door boarding has resumed in all BC Transit communities, including the Cowichan Valley Commuter, local transit and handyDART services.

Monthly passes from March 2020 and January-April 2020 semester passes will continue to be accepted as methods of payment during the week ending June 7.

In Chemainus and Crofton, transit fare products can be purchased at the Salish Sea Market, 2835 Oak St. in Chemainus, and Galletto Market & Deli, 1602 Joan Ave. in Crofton.

Partial refunds will be offered for March 2020 Cowichan Transit service monthly passes and January-April 2020 semester passes. Refund requests can be made to the Cowichan Valley Regional District Transit Division in person, at the CVRD head office located at 175 Ingram St. in Duncan between June 15-July 31 or by mail.

If applying for a refund, people are asked to submit the refund request form and the corresponding monthly pass or semester pass. Refunds will be issued by cheque and be mailed.

To download the transit refund application form and find out more information about Cowichan transit services, visit www.cvrd.bc.ca/transit.

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