The 66 FVX (Fraser Valley Express) kicks off on Monday, April 6th, with free rides to celebrate this new service.
The 66 FVX will provide a limited stop express service across the Fraser Valley, and a connection to the TransLink transit system in Metro Vancouver.
Final stop for the 66 FVX is at Langley’s Carvolth Station, offering passengers the option to extend their travels by purchasing TransLink fare and boarding a TransLink bus.
The 66 FVX will operate 17 round trips on weekdays and four trips on Saturdays.
The route connects to local transit service in Chilliwack and Abbotsford, offering more options for commuting, getting around town, and improved access to the University of Fraser Valley Campuses in Abbotsford and Chilliwack.
BC Transit is responsible for coordinating the delivery of public transportation in British Columbia outside of Metro Vancouver.
The 66 FVX has its own fare system, separate from TransLink and other BC Transit services in the Fraser Valley; transfers are not issued on the 66 FVX. The FVX service is not included in the UPASS program.
Get more information about BC Transit’s 66 FVX, including schedules and fares here.
Author: Adrienne Coling