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We're inviting leaders across interior BC to join a transit challenge


The Challenge
January 29 - February 4


The transit week challenge is an invitation to elected officials to rely on public transportation as much as they can from January 29th - February 4th, 2024. The goal is to invite our community leaders to learn more about our public transit system, meet people on the bus, and to share their experiences (both positive and negative). At the end of the week, we will send out a survey to learn about their experiences. 


The Afterparty
February 4th
6 - 8PM
Railside Brewing

After a week of conquering the transit challenge, it's time to unwind and let loose! Join us for a celebration at Railside Brewing Ltd.

Get ready for a night filled with laughter, games, and good vibes.

Located at the corner of Gordon and Clement in Kelowna, Railside Brewing Ltd is the perfect spot to kick back and enjoy some tasty brews. Grab a pint, mingle with fellow challengers, and relish in your transit triumphs.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to celebrate your commitment to sustainable transportation. See you at the transit week challenge - Afterparty!


Note: Participation in the transit week challenge does not signify an endorsement of the OTA or its goals. 

West Kelowna

Councillor Garrett Millsap
Councillor Stephen Johnston

Salmon Arm

Mayor Alan Harrison
Councillor Louise Wallace Richmond


Mayor Doug Holmes

Councillor Richard Barkwell


Councillor Gord Lovegrove
Councillor Luke Stack
Councillor Rick Webber

Councillor Ron Cannan

Councillor DeHart is out of town, so is unable to participate. 

Community Leaders

President of KLO Neighbourhood Association

Chair of the Shuswap Climate Action Society

Several members of the public


Councillor Amelia Boultbee
Councillor Campbell Watt
Councillor Isaac Gilbert


Councillor Brian Guy
Councillor Kelly Fehr
Councillor Teresa Durning

Councillor Theresa Durning

Mayor Doug Holmes and Councillor Richard Barkwill


Vernon Morning Star

Kelowna Now

Kelowna Capital News

Penticton Now

Eagle Valley News



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