Gov & # 39; t look Greyhound fix
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The B.C. the government called for expressions of & # 39; interest in providing service & # 39; automotive replacement line to fill the gaps still left off greyhound at the end of & # 39; October.
The Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure said in & # 39; release that & # 39; now, 83 percent of the old routes were covered, thanks to applications & # 39; fast tracking by companies, such as hardness , seeking to enter. However, none have eight routes.
Now, their call for expressions of & # 39; interests aims to feel out what private sector operators, non-profit societies, community agencies, local governments, Indigenous communities and other stakeholders can be there it may terminate coverage. The parties still have to also apply to the Board for Passenger Transport car license inland line.
The eight routes in question are:
- Cache Creek to Kamloops on Highway 1
- Kamloops to Valemount on Highway 5
- Valemount for B.C. border & # 39; Alberta on highways 5 and 16
- Dawson Creek to the B.C.-Alberta border on Highway 2
- Salmo to Creston on highways 3 and 6
- Cranbrook to B.C. Alberta border on Highway 3
- Fort Nelson to the B.C.-Yukon border on Highway 7
- I hope Princeton on Highway 3
The deadline for interested respondents to submit is January 15 2019, and posting offer you & # 39; located here. The ministry continues to & # 39; in & # 39; discussions with the federal government and other provinces and territories, working to find long-term viable solution to ensure safe and reliable ground transportation for B.C. citizens.