BC Transit has released a public engagement report on the proposed bus route along Highway 16.
The report comes from the public engagement events BC Transit held throughout August and September.
Over 1,700 people provided feedback.
BC Transit’s Jonathan Dyck says the frequency of the service is a key issue commuters want to see addressed.
Dyck says Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada is giving $1-million for safety features along the route including closed circuit televisions.
BC Transit is now taking the results from the feedback to put the final touches on the route.
Officials have said that they’re hoping to have at least portions of the service up and running by the end of the year.
You can find the report on BC Transit’s website.