Letter: Will Kamloops transit buses be packed with students?


On Sept. 10, I will be entering Grade 11 at Sa-Hali secondary.

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Every day, I normally get to and from school via city transit. Last year, there were two or three buses required to transport all the kids who take the No. 9 home and we were packed in there like sardines.

I am very curious to see what this will look like this year, as standing room only, where you’re mushed against four neighbours, obviously won’t work amid the pandemic.

The City of Kamloops certainly has its work cut out for it with this issue.

Nic Gillespie


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