Are Nanaimo busses running?
There are no active or upcoming Customer Advisories at this time.
Are busses running in Whistler?
Service continues to be suspended in the Whistler, Squamish and Pemberton transit systems.
Is there public transit in Nanaimo?
Welcome to the Regional District of Nanaimo Transit System. We serve the region from Cedar, in the south of the RDN, to Electoral Area H, in the north, including the City of Nanaimo, District of Lantzville, City of Parksville, Town of Qualicum Beach and surrounding rural areas.
How late do Whistler buses run?
Buses in the Whistler Transit System run from 5:30 am to 3:00 am 365 days a year. Additional service is offered during winter vacations and winter holidays. For real-time updates, please view the Alerts.
How do you commute to Whistler?
You don’t need a vehicle when you stay in Whistler….Whistler Transit Services – Bus and Taxi
- Public Transit. BC Transit Notice.
- Free Shuttles (Seasonal) Free Village Shuttle Services.
- Taxi / Rideshare. There are two taxi companies and a rideshare company in Whistler operating 24 hours a day.
Does Whistler have Uber?
Ride-hailing services Uber and Lyft have finally been approved for the Lower Mainland and Whistler.
How do you get around Nanaimo?
Nanaimo has multiple options to fly in. Nanaimo Airport (YCD) is just 18km south of Nanaimo and has many local and international flights. Taxi, shuttles and rental cars are available to take you to and from the airport. Seaplanes and helicopter transportation are available near downtown as well.
Are taxis running in Nanaimo?
Yellow Cab Of Nanaimo is available 24 hours a day, every day, to provide reliable taxi services in the Greater Nanaimo area. We utilize a computerized dispatch global positioning system to ensure prompt response times. Our fleet includes clean and spacious late-model sedans and mini-vans.
How do you get around Whistler without a car?
Getting Around Whistler
- Whistler is easy to navigate without a vehicle, year-round.
- The pedestrian-only Village Stroll allows easy walking access between shops, restaurants, ski lifts and accommodation.
- Use the car-free Valley Trail network and the public transit services to explore lakes, parks and other neighbourhoods.
Can you get around Whistler without a car?
Transit, Taxis, Activity and Accommodation Shuttles Hitting up Whistler’s summer and winter activities is no problem without a car – most of them either happen around Whistler Village, or the tour operators provide shuttles from the Village to get you to where you need to be.
Can you get around Nanaimo without a car?
Nanaimo’s regional bus service accommodates bikes, too, at no extra cost. Use this service to get anywhere between Nanaimo and Qualicum Beach (www.rdn.bc.ca/cms.asp? wpID=127.) Try out the rails with a $28 ride on The Malahat train servicing all stops between Victoria and Courtney.