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New intercity bus service with routes out of Kamloops rolling next month

16/04/2019

For anyone looking to travel between Williams Lake and Kamloops, there's going to be a bus for that. After Greyhound left British Columbia last fall, it left people scrambling to find bus services to serve routes. Now, Adventure Charters has officially received approval from Transport Canada for two inner-city bus routes within the Cariboo, Fraser Canyon, and Kamloops regions.

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New northern bus route schedule announced

14/04/2019

Prince George to Surrey bus service is now available through Adventure Charters & Rentals. Two days a week on Mondays and Thursdays, the inter-city Prince George to Surrey route will serve a minimum of 13 communities with an additional six communities between a route from Williams Lake to Kamloops. Adventure Charters & Rentals' fleet includes seven buses ranging in capacity from 12 to 36 passengers.

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Millions spent subsidizing northern bus services, investigation finds

01/05/2019

The Passenger Transportation Board recently approved independently owned, Williams Lake-based Adventure Charters & Rentals to operate two inter-city bus routes to fill other gaps left by Greyhound. Adventure will bus service from Prince George to Surrey through the Fraser Canyon, and a second route from Williams Lake to Kamloops.

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Williams Lake bus company to expand service across B.C.’s Interior

02/04/2019

Adventure Charter & Rentals has seven buses, which provide charter service in and around Williams Lake and the surrounding area. They've now been awarded a licence to operate two inter-city bus routes in the B.C. Interior: one from Prince George to Surrey down the Fraser Canyon, and another from Williams Lake to Kamloops. .

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New intercity bus service with routes out of Kamloops rolling next month

16/04/2019

Williams Lake to Kamloops will be able to transport 20 passengers while Prince George to Surrey can accommodate as many as 36. Routes will run twice per week with the ability to add more if it's warranted. The company says buses stop in several smaller communities when tickets are pre-booked; Kamloops, Hixon, Quesnel, Kersley, McLeese Lake, Soda Creek, Wildwood, Williams Lake, 150 Mile House, Lac la Hache, 100 Mile House, 70 Mile House, Clinton, Cache Creek, Prince George, Hope, Spences Bridge, Lytton, Boston Bar, Yale, Chilliwack, Abbotsford, and Surrey.

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Bus service from Prince George to Surrey set to start

16/04/2019

The company researched the most convenient and safest locations for passengers to board and exit along each route, by travelling to each location. The buses will stop in several smaller communities when tickets are pre-booked. Currently, those communities are Prince George, Hixon, Quesnel, Kersley, McLeese Lake, Soda Creek, Wildwood, Williams Lake, 150 Mile House, Lac la Hache, 100 Mile House, 70 Mile House, Clinton, Cache Creek, Kamloops, Hope, Spences Bridge, Lytton, Boston Bar, Yale, Chilliwack, Abbotsford and Surrey. The timing for this service to return to Interior BC couldn’t be better, according the company’s operating manager, Randy Gertzen. “The feedback has been terrific,” he said. “It’s clear that people felt the void Greyhound left when they cancelled passenger service in this region. Adventure Charters is ready to get the wheels turning.”

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Affordable bus service provides round trips from Surrey to Prince George

12/11/2019

Luckily for people who want to travel through the Fraser Canyon, Cariboo-Chilcotin and Kamloops districts of northern British Columbia, Adventure Charters Inter-City Bus Service is filling the void. Not only does Adventure Charters offer charter bus services for schools, businesses, government and tourism operators, it also has regularly scheduled shuttle services that link the Lower Mainland to Prince George — and points in between — several times a week. “When you live in a smaller community you don’t always have the access to opportunities you’d get in a bigger city,” says Janna Gertzen, co-owner of the family-run company. “Some smaller rural communities don’t always have access to doctors, specialists, support services, or shopping. People still need to be connected and have access to those really vital aspects of a good life.”

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