New sales location for bus tickets and monthly passes

NANAIMO – City Service and Resource Centre makes buying tickets and monthly passes easier.

The City of Nanaimo is now selling all B.C. Transit bus tickets and monthly passes for the Regional District of Nanaimo from the Service and Resource Centre located at 411 Dunsmuir St.

The new sales location is designed to make it easier for people who don’t own cars, such as teens, older seniors, people with disabilities, low-income groups, visitors (ferry, air and cruise ship) and those making environmentally sustainable choices.

By selling monthly transit passes and tickets from the centre, while working and living in the downtown, all individuals will now have more choices for making their day to day purchases within their immediate environment.

For other bus pass and ticket sales locations and to see a fare schedule, please visit the Regional District of Nanaimo website at www.rdn.bc.ca and click on “Transit.”

 

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