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Seasonal change made to UBC transit service

There are changes in transit service for anyone heading to the University of B.C. campus in Kelowna.

In order to match seasonal demand, the route 90 North Okanagan Connector will see round trips reduced to four a day effective Sunday.

“Full service, ten round trips a day, will resume in September when school is back in session,” said Meribeth Burton, B.C. Transit spokesperson.

For more information on routes and schedules, pick up the new spring rider’s guide on the bus or consult www.bctransit/com/regions/ver.

 

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