9.1 2018 Change Log

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Transit History of British Columbia Communities (G-O)

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2018 Jan 4 10:38
[Kamloops]

Canadian Coachways System (circa September 1966 - ?)

Wilkinson and Blackwell Stages 1932 Wilkinson & Blackwell Stages (1929 - circa 1945)
Bus service connecting Kamloops with North Kamloops and Tranquille. From circa 1930 company began operating intercity routes from Kamloops. Company incorporated as BCCL. (Walker).

B.C. Coach Lines Limited (circa 1945 - 1947)
Operating Kamloops - Tranquille as well as intercity routes. Gradually sold off much of its intercity business. Reincorporated 1947. (Walker).

Civic Transportation Ltd. (circa 1946 - 1961)
Principal transit operator in Kamloops. Acquired by BCCL 1961. (Walker).

B.C. Coach Lines 1947 Ltd. (1947 - 1964)
Acquired Civic Ttn 1961 making BCCL the principal transit operator in Kamloops. Company sold to Coachways 1964. (Walker).

Canadian Coachways System (1964 - January 1970)

Valley Stage Lines (? - 10 October 1976)
Owner Bill Riste. Bus service to Westsyde and Valleyview areas. Service assumed by KTS 1976. (Kamloops Transit Service folder 10 October 1976). Initial contract operator was probably the provincial government owned Initial contract operator was provincial government owned

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Transit History of British Columbia Communities (P)

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2018 Jan 4 11:10
[Prince George]

Northern Stage Lines Limited (early 1960s?)

Canadian Trailways Stages (1945 - 1953)
Owner Harold W. Smith. Purchased a local bus service at Prince George 1945. CTS also operated intercity routes in the area. Company incorporated as NSL 1953. (Smith).

Northern Stage Lines Limited (1953 - 1964)

Canadian Coachways System (1960s?)
City service. (Canadian Coach 1966, John Day 1966). Company acquired by Coachways 1964. (Smith).

Canadian Coachways System [Prince George] GM old look (William A. Luke) Canadian Coachways System (1964 - ?)
City service. Company also operated intercity service in Alberta, British Columbia, Yukon, and Alaska. (Canadian Coach 1966, John Day 1966, Smith, photo: William A. Luke).

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Transit History of British Columbia Communities (P)

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2018 Jan 4 16:19
[Prince Rupert]

From 01 April 2018 contract operator was Pacific Western Transit Canada.


Transit History of British Columbia Communities (G-O)

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2018 Jan 4 16:23
[Hazelton]

From 01 April 2018 contract operator was Pacific Western Transit Canada.

[Kitimat]

From 01 April 2018 contract operator was Pacific Western Transit Canada.


Transit History of British Columbia Communities (Q-Z)

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2018 Jan 4 16:26
[Skeena]

From 01 April 2018 contract operator was Pacific Western Transit Canada.

[Terrace]

From 01 April 2018 contract operator was Pacific Western Transit Canada.
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History of Regional Transit at Calgary, Alberta

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2018 Jan 15 22:20
High River withdrew from the On-It pilot project effective 31 March 2018.
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History of Regional Transit at Calgary, Alberta

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2018 Feb 9 17:59
of Calgary, including Okotoks, Black Diamond, Turner Valley, and High River with an anticipated start-date of September 2016. Southland Transportation Ltd. will be the contract operator for the two-year pilot. of Calgary, including Okotoks, Black Diamond, Turner Valley, and High River. Operated under contract by Southland Transportation Ltd. for the projected two-year pilot. was launched 17 June 2017. The Banff pilot operates Saturdays, Sundays and holidays until 04 September 2017. High River withdrew from the On-It pilot project effective 31 March 2018. was launched 17 June 2017. The Banff pilot operated Saturdays, Sundays and holidays until 04 September 2017. Ownership, management and branding transferred to Southland 01 March 2018 ending the pilot seven months early.