BC Transit to offer complimentary rides in Fort St. John on Remembrance Day

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BC Transit announced earlier this morning that they and the City of Fort St. John are offering complementary transit service on Remembrance Day.

The complimentary rides will be offered on routes #1 and #2 from 8:15 AM until 12:35 PM, and again from 2:45 until 7:15 PM on November 11th.

“Typically, transit services are suspended on holidays, but this extra service is offered in recognition of the sacrifices Canadian Forces members have, and continue to make.” BC Transit said in a press release.

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Customers who use the handyDART system can also take advantage of the complimentary service between 8 AM and noon, and again from 3:30 until 7 PM.

BC Transit also encourages bus drivers to stop their vehicles at 11 AM safely, to observe the traditional minute of silence in honour of Canadians who have served our country.

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