The 2 Bluejay-Huntingdon BC Transit route is among those in Abbotsford being considered for re-alignment. (Abbotsford News file photo)

BC Transit conducts survey for proposed bus changes in Abbotsford

Public input being sought online until Dec. 11

BC Transit and the City of Abbotsford are seeking public input on proposed service changes in the Central Fraser Valley Transit System.

The proposed changes include:

– realigning existing routes 1 Blueridge-McKee, 2 Bluejay-Huntingdon, and 3 Clearbrook-UFV into the new routes 1 Highstreet-UFV, 2 Highstreet-McMillan, 3 Clearbrook-Huntingdon, and 9 Downtown-McKee to better match demand

– maintaining service in the core areas of the city

– begin building a rapid transit network between the University of the Fraser Valley and Highstreet Shopping Centre.

The public can provide feedback through an online survey at bctransit.com/central-fraser-valley until Dec. 11.

Feedback gathered will help BC Transit to build on Abbotsford’s 2016 Official Community Plan and the 2013 Abbotsford-Mission Transit Future Plan.

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