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Rider Info

Welcome aboard! We look forward to connecting you and your communities. As you start planning your trip on transit, ask yourself:

  • Where do I want to go (addresses, landmarks)?
  • When do I want to travel? (day, time)

There are a number of ways to start your journey with BC Transit.

Website: Explore our website to view maps, schedules and route information. Use our Alerts to determine which routes are fastest. Our website is the best source for the most up-to- date information on detours and delays due to road construction or bad weather.

Rider’s Guide: This handy guide lists route schedules, maps and other important transit information. Available on board or contact your local BC Transit system.

Phone: Call your local BC Transit Information Line to get help with trip planning.

Familiarize yourself with the rules when taking the bus.

Parcels, Pets and Strollers

Here are BC Transit's policies concerning pets, parcels, sports equipment, strollers, and other objects you may wish to take on the bus.

Getting on and off the bus

Here you will discover how to get on and off the bus, including how to find a stop, how to pay, safety tips, and more.

Courtesy Seating

Courtesy seating occupies the front accessible area of the bus. Passengers are asked to defer to the needs of those who require this service

Bus Etiquette

Here you will discover what is expected of all passengers to ensure a safe, comfortable, and enjoyable ride with BC Transit.

Personal Items on Buses

Information on taking items on the bus such as dangerous or prohibited goods, strollers and wheelchairs, etc.

Bike Racks

Here are found instructions on how to use the bike racks found on BC Transit buses.

Safety and Security

BC Transit's extensive safety program includes regulations and practical tips to keep you and BC Transit employees safe.

Accessibility

Our goal is to ensure all commuters are able to ride the bus safely and comfortably, regardless of their accessibility needs.

handyDART

handyDART is an accessible, door-to-door shared transit service for people with permanent or temporary disabilities that prevent them from using fixed-route transit without assistance from another person. handyDART picks you up at your accessible door and drops you off at the accessible door of your destination. You must first register at no charge.

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