Bus service in Penticton
Penticton Transit has a modern fleet of "low floor" transit buses which are fully handicapped-accessible, serving the residential neighbourhoods and commercial area.
All accessible Penticton Transit buses (except the Naramata Bus) are equipped with racks that can carry up to two bikes at a time. There are 6 regular transit routes, including a night route. Buses operate six days a week excluding statutory holidays. During the summer a lake-to-lake route is offered every Sunday and holiday from the last Sunday in June to Labour Day in September.
There is also transit service to the outgoing community of Naramata plus a "Handy Dart" service for people with special needs. Complete transit information including fares and schedules is available by phoning 492-5602.
Greyhound Bus Lines provides daily passenger and parcel bus service to regional Okanagan communities. There are direct routes to most major cities in British Columbia and Alberta, and connections to other points in North America. The bus line also provides connections to its feeder airline facilities in Kelowna. Charter bus companies also serve destinations within B.C. and in the U.S.