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Halifax Transit

Halifax Transit transports more than 100,000 Haligonians daily. We have more than 300 buses and Access-A-Buses servicing over 60 routes and four passenger ferries servicing two routes on the Halifax Harbour.

Please visit our schedules page for the running times of our bus and ferry routes. If you need help planning your trip, visit Google Transit and it will plan your trip for you!

Goodbye GoTime, Hello Departures

Departures has replaced GoTime. The new Departures line provides departure information in real time. Bus stop signs are being replaced and should be finished by the end of July with the new Departures information. More information on how to use the new line.

Low Income Transit Passes

Halifax Transit is advising residents the Low Income Transit Pass Pilot Program has reached its capacity of 500 available passes. Applications are no longer being accepted at this time. The municipality thanks all who showed interested in this pilot project.

Mobile Food Market

Between May and October, the Mobile Food Market will bring fresh fruits and vegetables to five communities in the Halifax region using a bus. On each market day, the bus will be stocked with fresh, high quality, affordable fruits and vegetables.

The launch of the Viola Desmond

The Viola Desmond, Halifax's newest ferry, was officially launched, July 7 at 10 a.m. at Nathan Green Square.

Scheduled Service Disruptions

Transit information on detours due to construction or special events.

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