TRU students talk transit in Kamloops

Dustin MacIntyre is president of TRU Students Union. The Upass gives students access to Kamloops transit as well benefits at the Tournament Capital Centre (Samantha Garvey/CBC).
Taking public transit is fairly affordable, good for the environment, and it reduces road congestion.

It can also be inconvenient, impractical and impossible to get where you're going.

We heard from TRU students.

Part of their tuition fees covers a "U-Pass," a bus pass for the entire semester.

To find out how much students use the bus, Daybreak began by catching up with TRU student union president Dustin MacIntyre.

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