#In2Transit

CIn2Transit logoVRD Transit Outreach for 2017 is expanding on the previous In2Transit promotions to engage the Comox Valley community to ride the bus to and from work.

How can transit work for you? Participate in some of these events to find out and win some prizes!

Tag us in Social Media to win free coffee and treats!

Use #In2Transit in social media (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) between now and June 10, 2017 for your chance to win a $20 gift certificates to Mudsharks Coffee Bar! Just take a selfie of yourself on or waiting for the bus, or post about how you’re getting #In2Transit. Just use the hashtag for your chance to win! Prize will be drawn June 14, 2017.

Click for Canada Day special event schedule

Free Transit to Canada Day Celebrations, Saturday, July 1, 2017

Take the bus to the Downtown Courtenay Canada Day Celebrations on July 1, 2017. See the event schedule for further details about Canada Day. Special event transit schedule details can be found here.

 

Free Transit to Comox Nautical Days, Monday, August 7, 2017

Take the bus to the free family event on Monday, July 7, 2017. See the event schedule for further details about Comox Nautical Days. Watch for special event transit schedule details at bctransit.com/comox-valley/home.

North Island College Orientation Day, Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Calling all NIC Students! We will be outside NIC with a bus during Orientation Day. Come tour the bus, find your route and see if transit can work for you. Plus, you can enter a prize draw for some great local prizes and transit passes, to get your year started on the right track!

Transit Rider Appreciation Day

Riding the bus is more rewarding than you thought! Come and enjoy free coffee and treats on the corner of 4th St. and Cliffe Ave. Time and date TBD.

Commuter Challenge in the Comox Valley, June 4-10, 2017 Results

Commuter Challenge logoThank you to all the workplaces, individuals and sponsors that made the effort to participate in the Commuter Challenge from June 4-10. It’s a friendly competition between Canadian cities and workplaces to track trips taken to work by transit, cycling, walking, carpooling or telecommuting. 

The Comox Valley achieved the 5th highest participation rate in British Columbia with 95 organizations involved and 125 active participants. Together, they travelled 4551 km, saving 825 kg of CO2 from being released into the atmosphere and burning nearly 90,000 calories. Not bad for the first year. Learn more here.