Bus service to Cultus Lake resumes June 28, 2020. (Jenna Hauck/ Progress file)

Seasonal bus service to Cultus Lake is about to start again soon

Route 6 bus service to Cultus Lake Park resumes on June 28, 2020 according to transit officials

Bus service to Cultus Lake is about to start for the summer season, according to a notice about the Chilliwack Transit System.

BC Transit, the Fraser Valley Regional District and the City of Chilliwack announced that the bus service to Cultus Lake Park resume on June 28, 2020.

“The seasonal service change will provide customers with transportation options to enjoy Cultus Lake Park for the summer season,” said transit officials in a release.

The seasonal service change will see the reinstatement of route 6 Cultus Lake, with service running until Labour Day. The route heads to the lake from Vedder and Promontory and returns from Cultus Lake Elementary School.

Summer Sunday and holiday service on route 11 Agassiz-Harrison will also be in effect starting on June 28.

For more seasonal service, routes and schedules, go to bctransit.com/Chilliwack.

READ MORE: Last year the service resumed on June 30

READ MORE: Councillor talked about free bus pass idea for youth


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