EBus Starts Service To The Valley October 31- Schedule Info

Fraser Valley – To fill the gap left behind after Greyhound Canada announced that it would cancel cross Canada service (excluding some Ontario routes), EBus announced in September that it would service communities that were left behind. For the Fraser Valley, that means a new service from Richmond/Vancouver, through Surrey, Abbotsford, Chilliwack and Hope then on through Merritt, Kamloops, Vernon and Kelowna.

Greyhound felt their routes were no longer profitable although the Seattle to Vancouver run will be operated by Greyhound USA..

The daily schedule can be found here.

The pick up and drop off in Abbotsford will be at YXX Abbotsford Airport, In Chilliwack at the Husky Truck Stop off Highway 1 at Vedder Road, in Hope at 919 Water Avenue, the Hope Visitor Centre.

EBus brands themselves as Family Owned, based in Alberta.

From their website:

Ebus is the sister brand to the luxury Red Arrow and owned by Pacific Western Group of Companies, an Alberta-based and family owned people transportation company.
 
Offering an extensive network of scheduled routes for reliable transportation across the province, Ebus specializes in coach service to and from Edmonton, Edmonton International Airport, Red Deer, Calgary, Fort McMurray and CrossIron Mills.
 
We also offer customized travel solutions for groups with our professional charter services. Ebus provides Albertans with the options of economical, efficient and safe transportation.

The original application to the Transportation Safety Board can be found here.

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