The Prince George Transit System is a hassle-free, low cost, and environmentally-friendly way to get around town. In addition to the fixed route and fixed schedule city bus, we have a
HandyDART service which provides door-to-door service for people with permanent or temporary disabilities who require assistance.
Trip Planner, Maps, and Schedule
Transit Future Plan
BC Transit, in collaboration with the City of Prince George, conducted a 25-year
Transit Future Plan for Prince George. A Transit Future Plan envisions what the Prince George transit network should look like 25 years from now, and describes what services, infrastructure, and investments are needed to get there. The plan was designed to support local community goals and objectives, such as strengthening the link between transportation and land use in order to support sustainable growth.
Learn more about the
Transit Future Plan or read the
Transit Future Plan - Executive Summary
Transit Future Plan, these hours were used to:
After more than two years of extensive public consultation, the City of Prince George Council recently approved 2500 expansion hours for implementation September 5th 2017. Based on recommendations from the
- Increase service hours on Sunday
- New route #10 Spruceland Connector to downtown
- Increase frequency on Saturdays for the Route #15,and #88/89
- #1 Heritage, routing and schedule changes
- Minor routing changes to routes #46/47 and 88/89
- Sunday-level service on most statutory holidays
- Other minor schedule changes
Throughout October and November of 2016, the City, in partnership with BC Transit, collected feedback from the public on what would be most helpful for their transit needs to inform these changes.
In July 2017, Council approved a Free Transit Fare Policy. The policy provides free transit fares on Prince George's transit system for the promotions below. This policy helps to promote transit and provide transit education to new users.
Clean Air Day
Clean Air Day is celebrated on Wednesday of Canada's Environment Week. Everyone can ride the bus for free on Clean Air Day to help improve our air quality. Plan ahead to leave your car at home, and make your trips sustainable.
For other ways you can improve air quality, visit our Air Quality page
general election days
On general voting days for local elections, referendum/assent voting, federal and provincial elections, and by-elections, transit is free for all riders. The free fares do not apply for any advanced voting days.
Bike to School and Work Week
Registered participants of bike to school and work week
in Prince George can show the bus driver their helmet during bike to work week to ride the bus for free. If you have a challenging commute, you can still participate in bike to work week by using the bus for part of your trip.
Food for Fare
On Canada Day, and over three days in December, you can donate a non-perishable food item to ride the bus. All donations go to a community food bank.
To find out when the December food for fare promotion runs, visit our Rider Alerts page
National Seniors Day
On the recommendation of the participants of the Seniors Transit Challenge (Spring 2017), fares will be free for persons 65 or over with valid I.D. on October 1st of every year. Seniors can try the bus system to become familiar with their transportation options.
We also worked with the participants of the Seniors Transit Challenge to create a travel training guide that new users can use to get familiar with the system.
Bus Stops, Shelters and Benches
Have you seen a bus shelter, bench, or bus stop that needs maintenance? Do you have a request for a bus stop location? Call the Service Centre at: 250-561-7600, or