Victoria - Transportation
Victoria, known as the "City of Gardens", is the capital city of the Province of British Columbia. There are multiple means of transportation options, which makes it fairly easy to move around.
Transit service of Victoria Regional Transit System operates seven days a week, 365 days a year. The service area includes Greater Victoria, Sidney and Sooke.
Pacific Coach Lines and its predecessor companies have made a major contribution to the historic development of motorcoach passenger and freight services in the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island regions of British Columbia.
West Coast Trail Express Inc. provides shuttle bus service (May 1st to Sept. 30th) from Victoria, Nanaimo and Port Alberni, to all trail heads and between trail heads of the West Coast and Juan de Fuca trails.
Greyhound Canada and Greyhound Courier Express play a big role in the lives of Canadians.
The BC Ferries fleet provides service on 25 routes along the coast of British Columbia, Canada. As the primary provider of coastal ferry transportation in the province, BC Ferries recognizes its unique role in the region's economy. From maintaining a constant flow of goods and services, to linking families and friends, to attracting tourists to our many unique destinations, BC Ferries is a key participant in the development of coastal communities.
The M.V. Coho Ferry operates vehicle and passenger service between Port Angeles WA and Victoria BC.
Victoria Clipper provides fast trip service from Seattle to Victoria San Juan Islands, or vice versa.
Washington State Ferries is the largest ferry system in the United States, serving eight counties within Washington and the Province of British Columbia in Canada.
Victoria is surrounded by 13 CRD member municipalities: Central Saanich, Colwood, Esquimalt, Highlands, Langford, Metchosin, North Saanich, Oak Bay, Saanich, Sidney, Sooke, Victoria, View Royal . It is very convenient to rent a car and drive around.