Effective March 8, 2021, Fredericton Transit will be returning to reduced seating capacity associated with the GNB Yellow Phase COVID-19 Recovery Plan:

We continue to sanitize our buses daily and continue our COVID-19 safety measures to ensure the bus is a safe method of transportation for you.

When on the bus, you have a role to play to: wear your mask!

If you are medically exempt from wearing a mask, ensure you are allowing physical distancing to ensure other passengers feel safe on the bus. Please sit at least one row away from others. In the event that a bus is too full to permit distancing when it arrives at your stop, you will be required to wear a mask or wait for the next bus.

***For more information on the Province of New Brunswick’s COVID-19 recovery phases, click here.

Mask Use - Q&A on March 8, 2021 Service Change

Schedule – Fredericton Transit is currently operating on an hourly schedule, with standby buses available along busier routes. Click here.

Transit schedule, effective May 19, 2020 (PDF)

Fares – Click here for single fare and transit fare information. 

Hours - Fredericton Transit operates 28 buses on twelve routes, running Monday to Saturday, from 6:15 am until 11:00 pm (except on Holidays).


Fredericton Transit continues to operate.  Monitor this page for changes or updates related to COVID.  Fredericton Transit and the City of Fredericton are following the lead of the Chief Medical Officer of New Brunswick in response to COVID-19.  The safety of our passengers continues to be our priority.  We have implemented the following steps to reduce potential risk and spread of COVID-19:

In addition to our regular cleaning program, we have increased the cleaning of high touch surfaces;

Additional improvements are underway to further increase the frequency of cleaning high touch surfaces while buses are in service;

Transit Operators have been advised to wash their hands whenever possible, to wear gloves if they choose, and to take precautionary steps according to the provincial Department of Health’s recommendations;

Signage has been placed on buses advising passengers to exercise safe social distancing by maintaining a 2-metre distance from Transit Operators while buses are in service; and,

Hand sanitizer dispensers have been ordered and will be installed at the entrance of buses for public use.