Victoria handyDART and your community

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To support growth in ridership, expanding Victoria’s conventional bus system, and enhancing handyDART service for many of the most vulnerable in our communities is essential. The Province of BC, the Government of Canada and the Victoria Transit Commission are making significant investments in new transit facilities that support low-carbon fleets, creating more sustainable transportation options that shorten travel times and increase the reliability of public transit. 

A new handyDART Centre in View Royal, set to open in 2024, will help respond to the growing needs for handyDART services in Greater Victoria. This new handyDART location will also enable the much-needed expansion of the conventional transit service.

Find out more about the project and what’s planned for the new Victoria handyDART Centre in this video:


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Project Overview

handyDART is an accessible, door-to-door shared transit service for people with permanent or temporary disabilities that prevent them from using fixed-route transit without assistance from another person.

Stream Realignment and Restoration

Four watercourses are on the property, including Craigflower Creek, a salmon bearing stream that runs along the eastern edge of the property.

Public Engagement

BC Transit has listened closely to feedback from the Town of View Royal and View Royal residents and the community has influenced the site design and planning in a meaningful way over the past two years.

Technical Studies

BC Transit is committed to undertaking all necessary permitting and studies required by Town of View Royal land-use regulations and bylaws.


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