Banff/Canmore Bus Service To Resume June 26

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If you live in Calgary, you must know about Banff National Park or at least have heard of it. It’s one of Calgarians’ favorite destinations for day trips and weekend getaways. Whether it’s summer or winter, fun outdoor adventures await you in Banff!

Driving from Calgary to Banff only takes one and a half hours. If you are a newcomer in Calgary and do not yet have a valid driver’s licence or haven’t bought your own car, you may wonder how you can visit Banff. Do not worry, we’ve got you covered:

A regional public transit system called On-It will resume its Calgary to Banff/Canmore service on Friday, June 26, 2020, with a limited schedule. The ticket sales have begun since June 19.

All passengers must wear face masks. Other public health measures include physical distancing, thorough cleaning of buses, hand sanitizer available for all, etc.

More information:

https://calgary.ctvnews.ca/bus-service-set-to-resume-between-banff-and-calgary-1.4996477

https://www.onitregionaltransit.ca/banff-canmore-service-set-to-resume/

Read our latest update on Banff campgrounds here: https://settlementcalgary.com/2020/06/18/banff-campgrounds-reopen-june-22/