Fraser Valley Express Tickets Available Online

By on April 3, 2015

With the announcement this week that the new #66 FVX interregional connector will start taking passengers up and down the Fraser Valley, many have asked us where they can purchase tickets.

Thanks to the City of Abbotsford we have a link directly to the Fraser Valley Regional District’s website where you can do just that.

The limited-stop, express service is intended to quickly deliver passengers through the region with a total of six transit stops; three in Chilliwack, two in Abbotsford and one in Langley. The Route #66 FVX will see 17 round-trips Monday through Friday and four round-trips on Saturdays. The route covers 65 kilometres from start to finish.

Cash fares are $5 on the Fraser Valley Express. Adult monthly passes are $100, senior and student monthly passes are $85. A book of 10 tickets is $45. BC Bus Pass is accepted on the Fraser Valley Express. Children 8 and under ride for free.

Fares are not transferrable from local BC Transit systems in Chilliwack or Abbotsford. Fares are non-transferable between BC Transit and TransLink systems. U-PASS cards are not valid on the Fraser Valley Express.

There are three free park and ride locations to support the Fraser Valley Express. Chilliwack’s Lickman Park & Ride, and in Abbotsford both the McCallum Park & Ride and Highstreet Shopping Centre can accommodate vehicles.

The park and ride at TransLink’s Langley Carvolth Exchange is $2 a day or $40 per month.

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Purchase FVX Tickets Online

Fraser Valley Express Tickets can now be purchased online by visiting the Fraser Valley Regional District’s website.

Cover image from City of Abbotsford.

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