Transit Operations and Maintenance Facility

Central Fraser Valley’s new transit maintenance and operations facility

In late 2020, the Central Fraser Valley Regional Transit System moved into a brand new transit operations and maintenance facility at 3032 Gladys Avenue in Abbotsford. The facility is part of the larger Central Fraser Valley Transit Future Plan that aims to make transit a reliable alternative to personal vehicles, to reduce the community’s impact on the environment, and to improve service for Abbotsford and Mission transit users.

The site includes parking for 89 buses with the ability to expand to 150 in the future. Seven vehicle maintenance bays, an administrative building, bus wash and CNG fueling station are also on site. The facility is also home to a new fleet of medium and heavy-duty compressed natural gas (CNG) buses.

This $28.6 million project was first announced in 2016 as part of the Public Transit Infrastructure Fund (PTIF), from which approximately 83 per cent of construction costs have been provided by the federal government and the Province of BC. The remaining construction costs are jointly covered by the City of Abbotsford and the District of Mission. Land and other costs not eligible for PTIF funding are shared by the Province of BC, the City of Abbotsford and the District of Mission.

Virtual opening celebration

If you have any questions about the project, please contact:

Phone: 250-995-5696