Public Transit

If you are 65 or over, you qualify for a seniors’ discount on public transit in B.C. Show the driver your B.C. CareCard or BC Services Card when you pay.

For fare and schedule information and online trip planning, visit:

B.C. Bus Pass Program

Low-income seniors and persons with disabilities may be eligible to buy a yearly bus pass at a reduced cost. For more information, see:

Community Travel Training Program

The Community Travel Training Program provides free training to seniors and people with disabilities who wish to use regular transit service. This program is currently available in Victoria, Kelowna, and Prince George, and will show you how to use public transit so that you’re comfortable using the system on your own. For more information, see:

Call: 250-384-7723

Call: 250-860-8121

Call: 250-563-0011

Call: 250-545-7221


HandyDART Transit uses specially equipped vehicles to provide door-to-door service for people with disabilities who need assistance to use regular public transit.

For information on TransLink HandyDART services, see:

For information on BC Transit HandyDART services, select your region from:

Then click "Rider Info" and look for the HandyDART section.


If you live in the TransLink service area (Metro Vancouver / the Lower Mainland) and have a permanent disability that makes it difficult to use public transit without assistance, you may be eligible for HandyCard. HandyCard lets you travel for reduced fares, and if you need a companion to help you travel, that person can ride for free. To learn more, see:

Special Transportation Subsidy

If you receive disability assistance, but can’t use public transit, HandyDART or Taxi Savers because of your disability, you may be eligible for the Special Transportation Subsidy. To learn more, see: