How to get around Victoria by bus:
BC Transit bus stops vary according to customer use. It may have a shelter, a bench, or simply a bus stop sign. Some signs will list the routes that use the bus stop. BC Transit bus stop signs typically look like this:
Bus Destination Display
At the front of every bus, the overhead display will show the route name and number. You may also see the sign, ‘Not In Service’, which means that the driver is on a break or is traveling to the next scheduled route or is on route to or from the garage.
Some bus stops are used by multiple bus routes, so help your bus driver when waiting at the stop by waving as the bus approaches your stop. Buses do not automatically stop at all bus stops.
At major bus stops, more than one bus may arrive at the same time. Please walk to your bus.
While at your stop, wait until the bus comes to a complete stop before approaching the doors.
Take Your Bike With You
Most BC Transit buses have bike racks on the front of the bus. They are gradually upgrading the racks to accommodate bikes with up to 3″ (75mm) tires.
We love the transit system in Victoria , but travelling with a Walker can be a real challenge! Few busses are clearly marked for handicapped seating,often resulting in fully functional people using them .effective signage would be helpful.
Hi Peter, Your suggestion makes a lot of sense. I suggest you contact BC Transit and put this question to them. Good luck!