Plunging fuel prices have prompted B.C. Ferries to announce a 1.5 per cent fuel rebate as of April 1.
As a result, the price of a one-way trip for an adult passenger between Swartz Bay and Tsawwassen will drop by 30 cents. The fare for a passenger vehicle of up to 20 feet long will go down by 90 cents.
Commercial vehicles on that route will pay 10 cents per foot less.
B.C. Ferries also said Wednesday that it is postponing annual rate adjustments, which would have come into effect on April 1, given the impact the COVID-19 virus. They will be implemented, but exactly when has not yet been decided.