Transit in the Cowichan Valley
It is recommended that riders wear face coverings on board transit buses. Additional safety measures such as cleaning and sanitizing ensure rider safety and comfort. For more information, please see https://bctransit.com/covid19
Coming Soon! Transit Future Action Plan
This fall we will be seeking your feedback on ways to improve the Cowichan Valley Transit system. Please stay in touch and watch for updates on the BC Transit website and through transit web alerts.
Cowichan Valley Regional Transit Services are offered in partnership with BC Transit, the Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD) and the local operating company (First Canada).
Scheduled local transit service is available throughout the CVRD with the exception of Electoral Areas G (Saltair / Gulf Islands) and H (North Oyster / Diamond) which do not currently participate.
handyDART service offering convenient door-to-door shared transportation in the Cowichan Valley is available for people who cannot use scheduled bus routes because of a disability. This service is available within 1.5 km of conventional fixed-routes in the Cowichan Valley not including the commuter.
Registration and more information including the application form can be found at BC Transit - handyDART
Weekday commuter transit service is available between the Cowichan Valley and Greater Victoria via Routes 66 and 99, Monday to Friday (except statutory holidays), with 6 daily trips departing the Cowichan Valley early in the morning. Trips return from Victoria in the late afternoon and evening.
Inter-regional transit service on Saturdays between the Cowichan Valley and Greater Victoria area is provided via Route 44 Victoria and Route 44 Duncan with three daily round trips.
As these are express trips, bus stop locations are limited. Click here for more information on the commuter service including a list of bus stops.