Service Barrie 70 Collier Street, 1st Floor Phone: (705) 726-4242
Barrie Transit produces a Ride Guide and individual route brochures for your convenience. Full schedule times are available via Google docs. Visit
myridebarrie.ca for trip planning and real-time bus information.
Copies of the Ride Guide and are available for pickup at
City Hall (1st floor Info Desk), the
Downtown Transit Terminal, and community centres (Allandale,
East Bayfield). Staff at these locations are happy to print route schedules and maps upon request.
Please Provide Your Feedback! Results collected from Barrie Transit's
Customer Satisfaction Survey will provide the City and our service provider with feedback to better serve our ridership. Survey participants will be entered in a draw to win a free January 2019 Monthly Transit Pass.
Deadline: November 30, 2018
High school students are eligible for Reduced Ride Cards & Student Monthly Passes. Full-time post-secondary students (those registered in a full-time educational program) are eligible for Adult Ride Cards, Student Monthly Passes, and/or a Georgian College Semester Pass. Valid student photo I.D. (card issued by the educational institution; or a valid Barrie Transit Photo I.D. Card*) must be presented along with the pass. Without valid photo I.D. the Adult fare applies.
Please visit the
Fares page for full information.
Barrie Transit passes & ride cards can be purchased at the following sales locations:
Special services are provided on Canada Day, Civic Holiday, & Boxing Day.
Passengers can transfer routes at any point where two routes connect. Passengers must request a transfer when they first board the bus if they require a transfer to continue along their route. When boarding a bus with a transfer, passengers must scan the barcode transfer ticket on the fare box. If, for any reason the fare box scan option is not available, passengers must then present the transfer t the Operator unfolded and date-side up for inspection. Transfers must NOT be placed in the fare box.
A transfer is valid for one hour (60 minutes) from the time of issue and is valid as part of one continuous trip from origin to destination. Please retain your transfer if you need to travel on multiple buses to arrive at your destination . Transfers are non-transferable and have no cash value.
The Night Stop program allows passengers who feel it would be more convenient or safer to disembark from the bus closer to their destination than the nearest transit stop. The service is in effect from dusk or 9 p.m. until the end of evening service. Passengers can request the Transit Operator to stop at any safe location(Operator discretion) along a route. Let the transit operator know at least one stop before the location you wish to disembark and leave from the front door.
All articles found on our buses are processed and will then be taken to the the Lost and Found at the Barrie Transit Terminal, 24 Maple Avenue. Processing can take 1-2 business days, therefore we suggest you contact 705-726-4242 or
ServiceBarrie@barrie.cafirst before visiting the Terminal. Terminal hours of operation are M-F 5am-11pm, Sat 5:30am-11pm and Sunday 6am-10pm. Note: due to limited storage space, lost and found items are only held up to 30 days.
In addition to Ride Guides, printed copies of the
System Map are available for pick-up at
City Hall (1st floor Access Barrie and 1st floor Info Desk), the
Downtown Transit Terminal, and our 3 community centres (Allandale,
East Bayfield). Staff at these locations are happy to print individual route schedules and maps upon request. Accessible formats are available upon request.
Specialized Transit is a specialized bus transportation service provided by the City of Barrie, operated to assist those persons with mobility difficulties. This service provides transportation from accessible door to accessible door. Riders must be registered to use the Specialized Transit Service. Please visit Accessible Transportation for more information.
Barrie Transit is pleased to provide our community with accessible low floor buses on all our transit routes. Low floor buses have no stairs so boarding is easy, plus they have a ramp and space for two wheelchairs or for people with disabilities who require the use of this space. Our Transit fleet is also equipped with on-board next stop announcement system, which means that each stop is verbally and visually announced through electronic means. Should you require to know the direction or destination of the bus you are boarding please ask the Operator.
Barrie may be part of it in the future. We will accept PRESTO as a visual pass for free bus travel to the GO train. Plus more direct service to the GO stations under the new route model.
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