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Getting Around Kelowna Without A Car | Bus Transit, Bike Routes, Car Sharing, Taxis, & Walking Paths

AJ Hazzi

After becoming a Realtor® in 2002, AJ Hazzi noticed a gap in the market and in 2008 he founded Vantage West Realty, a boutique firm dedicated to serv...

After becoming a Realtor® in 2002, AJ Hazzi noticed a gap in the market and in 2008 he founded Vantage West Realty, a boutique firm dedicated to serv...

Sep 14 9 minutes read

A view of The William Bennet Bridge, Dockside Marine, and the Lakeview Heights bluff in West Kelowna taken from Mushroom beach

Kelowna, BC is a beautiful city with 144,000 residents located in the sunny Okanagan Valley, approximately 400km drive from Vancouver, BC.

Holiday tourists flock to Kelowna during summer to swim in Okanagan Lake, visit world-class wineries, and enjoy some of the best weather in British Columbia, Canada.

In winter, international travelers head to the ski hills to experience fresh powder days, mountain vistas, and apres ski lodges.

If you don’t have the luxury of using your own car as your main mode of transportation, you can still navigate Kelowna & West Kelowna using a variety of public and private transport options.

This article shows you how to get around Kelowna via walking paths, cycling routes, public busses, taxi companies, e-Scooter rentals, ride shares, and car rental agencies.

You’ll dodge the high gas prices and be a little more eco-friendly on your journey. 


Bus Transit in Kelowna, British Columbia | Kelowna Transit Service

Kelowna’s public bus system is operated by BC Transit who is committed to providing an efficient and reliable Okanagan bus service.

Branching out from the Queensway main station, Kelowna bus routes travel as far as West Kelowna, Lake Country, and the Town of Peachland.

Every main line city bus in Kelowna is fully accessible with automated ramps, wheelchair-accessible seating, and bicycle racks.

An adult bus ticket in Kelowna costs $2.50 and gets you almost anywhere in the city.

If you plan on taking the bus regularly or as your main form of transportation in Kelowna, consider purchasing a book of tickets or a monthly pass for discounted prices.

For Kelowna bus schedules, maps, and bus fares, check the BC Transit website.