The Christmas Parade hits the streets of downtown Chilliwack on Dec. 7. (Jenna Hauck/ Progress file)

Chilliwack transit free on Saturday for parade; regular fares for Agassiz, Harrison

Bus rides are free on all Chilliwack routes to help people get to the Christmas Parade on Dec. 7

People travelling to Chilliwack for the town’s Christmas Parade won’t have to pay for bus fares once they are in town.

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Once again, the City of Chilliwack and BC Transit are making it easier for people to enjoy the fun on Saturday, Dec. 7.

Bus rides will be free on all local routes in Chilliwack until the end of the service day — although the Agassiz-Harrison route, the Hope route and the Fraser Valley Express will all see regular fares.

As well, Route 1 Vedder will offer additional service, with buses running every 10 minutes between 3:30 p.m. and 8:25 p.m.

A Rider’s Bulletin listing all the additional trips will be available for pick up on board the bus.

For more information, schedules, service updates and alerts in Agassiz and Harrison, please visit bctransit.com/agassiz-harrison.

• Holiday Service

Chilliwack & FVX

December 24 Regular Service

December 25-26 Sunday Service

December 27-28 Regular Service

December 29 Sunday Service

December 30-31 Regular Service

January 1 Sunday Service

January 2 Regular Service

Agassiz-Harrison-Hope

December 24 Regular Service

December 25-26 No Service

December 27-28 Regular Service

December 29 No Service

December 30-31 Regular Service

January 1 No Service

January 2 Regular Service


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