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 will be used to:
After more than two years of extensive public consultation, the City of Prince George Council recently approved 2500 expansion hours for implementation in September 2017. Based on recommendations from the
- Increase service hours on Sunday
- Increase frequency on some popular routes
- Improve connections where possible
Throughout October of 2016, the City, in partnership with BC Transit, collected feedback from the public on what would be most helpful for their transit needs.
The outcome of this consultation process will be available in 2017.
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