Public Transit, Buses, Taxis & Limousines
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Taxis, limousines, sightseeing buses, shuttle vans, and inter-city buses are licensed and regulated in B.C. through the Registrar of Passenger Transportation, Passenger Transportation Board and the Commercial Vehicle Safety and Enforcement (CVSE).
For the public, this means safety, reliability, and the opportunity to reduce emissions and traffic congestion.
Public transit is an essential component of B.C.'s integrated transportation network.
From small towns to large urban centres, BC Transit connects over 50 million customers in communities across the province every year.
- BC Transit route information
(use the search box or the table at the bottom of the page to find the services available in your community)
- BC Transit customer service
Getting you everywhere you want to go in Metro Vancouver.
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.
- Find BC Transit HandyDart services available in your area
(use the search box or the table at the bottom of the page to find your community, then click on the handyDart button to see if the service is available in your area)
- TransLink HandyDART for people with disabilities in Metro Vancouver
BC Bus North
BC Bus North is a long haul coach service offering connections between Prince Rupert, Prince George, Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, Fort Nelson and Valemount. This service has a fixed-route and schedule.
Taxis can be a convenient, but expensive mode of transportation.
Taxi Bill of Rights
A Taxi Bill of Rights lets passenger and drivers know what to expect on a taxi trip. It sets out what passengers can expect from drivers, and what drivers can expect from passengers.