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Harvest Jazz & Blues Safe Ride Schedule

The 2019 Safe Ride program will provide free transit service to Harvest Jazz & Blues patrons from 11pm to 3am Thursday, Sept 12 to Saturday, Sept. 14. Busses will run from Kings Place servicing the northside and southside of Fredericton.  

How to use Harvest Safe Rides:

  1. Harvest Safe Rides buses leave from Kings Place from 11:00pm – 3:00am (last run out of Kings Place 2:45am)
  2. Line up behind the sign that correlates to your destination (see below)
  3. When you board the bus tell the Operator where you are wanting to go within the City limits
  4. Operator will get you as close as possible to your destination!

Harvest Safe Ride Routes:

  • Northeast Servicing:  Marysville, Barkers Point, Devon, Lower St. Mary’s
  • Northwest Servicing:  Main Street, Brookside Drive, Clements Drive
  • Southeast Servicing:  Regent Street, Windsor Street, Forest Hill Road, Lincoln
  • Southwest Servicing:  York Street, Smythe Street, Woodstock Road, Hanwell Road, Silverwood

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READYPASS APP

Fredericton Transit recently completed upgrades to the onboard hardware that supports the ReadyPass app.  Passengers should notice a significant improvement in the bus tracking feature.  Thanks to our passengers for your patience during the past several months as we have worked to address unexpected problems with this hardware.    

ReadyPass is a smartphone app that is now available and provides real-time bus tracking and routing with EASY to use features! No more using those old paper maps and schedules. No more wondering where your bus is or when it's coming.

Download it now on the app store for FREE!  See the ReadyPass website at http://www.readypass.ca/


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.