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BC Bus North changes coming between Prince George and Valemount

Changes will come into effect on March 11
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If you ride BC Bus North between Prince George and Valemount, you'll want to be aware of schedule changes on Route 200. 

The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure says they have received feedback that indicated a preference to have it start in Valemount in the morning rather than Prince George. 

After looking at possible changes, it has been announced that Route 200 will start in the Robson Valley in the morning, travel to Prince George, and then return late in the evening. 

The bus is parked in McBride overnight and passengers will be able to travel from McBride to Valemount at 6 a.m. before the bus actually leaves at 7 a.m.

The schedule will be as follows starting March 11: 

McBride/Valemount to Prince George

Route 200 (Monday and Friday):

- 6 a.m. = McBride Train Station 1st Ave.

- 7 a.m. = Valemount: Petro-Canada

- 7:15 a.m. = Tete Jaune Cache: Lodge Campground

- 8 a.m. = McBride Train Station 1st Ave. (Arrive)

- 8:10 a.m. = McBride Train Station 1st Ave. (Depart)

- 10:30 a.m. = Prince George: Downtown 7th Ave. at Dominion St.

 

Prince George to McBride/Valemount

Route 200 (Monday and Friday):

- 2:30 p.m. = Prince George: Downtown 7th Ave. at Dominion St.

- 4:50 p.m. = McBride Train Station 1st Ave. (Arrive)

- 5 p.m. = McBride Train Station 1st Ave. (Depart)

- 5:40 p.m. = Tete Jaune Cache: Lodge Campground

- 6 p.m. = Valemount: Petro-Canada

- 7 p.m. = McBride Train Station 1st Ave.

 

One way fares for the trip are $35.

Times for Route 300 (Fort St. John/Prince George) will change once daylight savings time takes place on March 10. 




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