West Kelowna seasonal bus route opens

The bus route starts just in time for Westside Daze

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A new seasonal bus route to West Kelowna’s waterfront will begin this Saturday, just in time for the Westside Daze fireworks show.

Related: New summer bus route for West Kelowna

The new service, Route #31 Gellatly, runs on weekends and holidays between July 1 and Sept. 1 but a late-night service on Saturday, June 30 will provide a ride to the best view of the Westside Daze fireworks show in Gellatly Bay.

Related: Westside Daze parade will feature The Four Food Chiefs

The new route connects the Westbank Exchange in downtown West Kelowna to the Gellatly Bay waterfront, West Kelowna Yacht Club, the Gellatly Nut Farm and Pebble Beach on Whitworth Road. Check out www.bctransit.com/kelowna for route details.

Related: The Westbank First Nation to be a fixture of Westside Daze

To celebrate this new route, the City of West Kelowna and BC Transit are offering a complimentary pass for a one-way bus ticket on any West Kelowna transit route – watch for your free pass in the Wednesday, June 27 issue of the Westside Weekly.

Find out details about Westside Daze activities at www.westsidedaze.com.

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