Fredericton Transit

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There will be no transit service on Monday, July 2, 2018.

Several construction projects scheduled for this summer will cause transit disruptions.  Here are the Fredericton Transit detours:


Fredericton Transit has identified five different fixed route transit stops in the city as Park and Ride locations to help ease traffic congestion from summer construction. From June 20 to September 15 users can park their cars at these locations, and continue their commute on Fredericton Transit by paying the regular route fare. They can be found at:

Two Park and Walk locations have also been identified near the downtown core. Residents are encouraged to park their cars and walk or bike into the downtown core.

  • FREX Grounds & Parking Lot (June 20 – August 31)
  • York Arena (Devon) – The Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge and Northside Trail – both remain open and are easily accessed from the York Area which is located on Barker Street. (June 20 – September 15)

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A hallmark of modern, forward-thinking cities is the provision of viable transportation alternatives. When residents can choose from a number of transportation options—choices beyond driving—the city becomes more vibrant, diverse, and healthy. It’s why effective, efficient, enjoyable public transit is a top priority for the City of Fredericton.

The City of Fredericton Transit Division operates 28 buses on twelve routes, running Monday to Saturday, from 6:15 am until 11:00 pm (except on Holidays). The focus of Fredericton’s transit service is safe, reliable, and convenient transit for all residents.

In addition to standard route service, the Transit Division operates chartered busing to various school, tour, and conference groups in and around Fredericton, and a parallel service, Para Transit, for persons with mobility challenges.