Cranbrook transit offers extended Friday service

Shoppers, are you under a tight timeline? Cranbrook Transit wants to help.

  • Dec. 10, 2012 8:00 p.m.

Shoppers, are you under a tight timeline? Cranbrook Transit wants to help.

The City of Cranbrook and BC Transit are getting into the spirit of the season with extended hours on Holiday Shopper’s Special , whih started  December 7, Extended hour also apply to the next two Fridays, Dec. 14, and Dec. 21, 2012.

The Friday night Holiday Shopper’s Special will run into 9:30 pm.

“BC Transit and the City of Cranbrook encourage everyone to have a safe and green holiday season,” said BC Transit spokesperson Meribeth Burton in a  press release. “Consider giving bus tickets or monthly bus passes to loved ones; and help encourage sustainable transportation.”

BC Transit customers should also be aware of holiday schedule changes:

December 24, 2012: regular service

December 25, 2012: no service

December 26, 2012: no service

December 31, 2012: regular service

January 1, 2013:- no service

For more information on transit in Cranbrook call 250.417.4636 or go to. www.bctransit.com/regions/cra

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