Campbell River Transit
The Campbell River Transit System offers great alternatives to driving. There are three types of accessible transit service in the District of Campbell River.
On the fixed-route transit system a fleet of Low-floor buses provide wheelchair and scooter accessible service on transit routes throughout the region. Low-floor buses are equipped with a ramp, have no entry steps and have a kneeling feature that lowers the entry level for passengers who have difficulty climbing stairs.
handyDART is a transportation service for persons who have a disability that is sufficiently severe that the person is unable to use conventional transit service without assistance. handyDART service is provided to and from accessible building entrances. You must be registered with the handyDART office before you can use the service.
For those times when the handyDART system is unavailable, the Taxi Saver Program provides registered handyDART passengers with subsidized taxi service, giving them the flexibility to coordinate their own trips.
Passengers purchase taxi coupons at 50% discount to a maximum monthly amount, and use the coupons in the same manner as regular currency.
All buses have bike racks which is extremely convenient for bike commuters.
For more information about bus routes and services, please call 250-287-7433 or visit the Campbell River Transit System website.
Active Campbell River encourages Active Transport choices within the community. Biking, walking or taking the bus to work all have many benefits and we hope you try it!