This green bus service offers affordable travel to 15 destinations across British Columbia



Ebus is celebrating their one-year anniversary of connecting communities and people in B.C.

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B.C. is full of magical vacation spots and reasons to get away.

Unfortunately, flying, along with passenger cars, is considered to be one of the largest sources of carbon dioxide emissions in the world, making regional travel costly for both you and the environment.

If you’re looking to travel more, pollute less and save some money along the way, taking the bus might actually be the best way to do so, particularly in B.C.

Ebus is a low-emission bus service that offers daily service to and from Vancouver, Kamloops and Kelowna, with additional stops in Surrey, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Hope, Merritt, West Kelowna, Vernon, Chase, Enderby, Sorrento, Salmon Arm and Armstrong. Every trip British Columbians take on Ebus’ low-emission buses take the environmental equivalent of 52 cars off the road, making regional travel more sustainable than ever.

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In an effort to encourage more British Columbians to choose green travel, Ebus has priced each of their 15 routes under $100. If you’re looking for some extra savings, Ebus also offers all customers 5% off just for booking online. Every trip includes free WIFI as well, so can remain extra connected to the people, places and things you love, no matter where your travels may take you.

Speaking of which, Ebus also offers airport service in Kelowna and Abbotsford, making it great for business trips and travels outside of the province.

Ebus is the sister brand of Red Arrow, a family owned luxury transportation company that’s been in the passenger service for over 40 years. They’re currently celebrating their 1-year anniversary of operating in B.C. and are looking to expand in the near future, helping to further reduce the environmental impact of regional travel for years to come.

So whether you’re yearning to explore the province or visit the friends and family you miss, this fall, consider leaving the car at home.

Ebus’ Vancouver stop is at  Pacific Central station in Vancouver.  To learn more, visit