What is On-Request transit?

On-request transit is available on Cowichan Valley Transit Routes #20 (Youbou) and #21 (Honeymoon Bay). This service offers pick up and drop off service as an extension of the scheduled local route. All locations (homes, businesses, etc.) located within 1.5 kilometres of existing transit routes #20 and #21 qualify, meaning customers can make arrangements for pick up or drop off at these specific locations in advance. On-request service is limited to two drop off or pick ups per trip and priority is given to first-to-call customers and those with mobility challenges. For more information, and to book a trip, call 250.746-9899. Standard cash fares of $2.25 apply per trip.

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1. What transit services are offered in the Cowichan Valley?
2. Where do I get information on bus routes, schedules, maps and fares?
3. How can I pay for my ride? What is UMO?
4. Which bus routes go where?
5. The schedule only lists a few stops, is this all of them?
6. What is On-Request transit?
7. Can I take bikes, toddler bikes and wagons on the bus?
8. Who do I call for lost and found items?
9. What are the costs for riding the bus? Are there any discounts?
10. What is the BC Bus Pass Program?