Thunder Bay Transit information, listings and links
When using the Thunder Bay Transit you'll be able to go pretty much anywhere in the city. Thunder Bay has a fleet of 49 buses traveling 14 routes, they run from 6 am midnight (see online schedules & route maps). Most stops will have a bus every 30 minutes, major routes every 15 minutes
There are two fare levels for monthly passes: adult and discount fares.
You must pay bus fares with exact change, since the drivers do not carry change. Children 8 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. Those qualified for discount passes are students under 19, seniors over 65, children ages 9 - 12, and handicapped persons with valid disabled ID card..
20 Ride Pass
Monthly Adult Pass
Monthly Discount Pass
Monthly Adult Pass
Annual Senior Pass
included in tuition
Effective April 1, 2014
The discounted passes are available for:
- A Disabled Person must show Transi Disability ID Card with his/her picture on it in order to purchase a Discount Pass
- High School Students, age 18 & under and attending high school
- Children, ages 9 - 12
- Seniors, ages 65 and over
You will need a "transfer" if you need to use more than one bus to complete your trip, and are using cash or tickets as fare payment. Be sure to request the correct transfer as you board the bus.
Customer Service & Information
There's transit information 24 hours, 7 days a week, to find bus, scheduled stops and fare information phone (807) 684-3744. There are also operators available on weekdays from 8:30 am to 4 pm.
Access for Persons with Limited Mobility
Half of the city buses are fully accessible making it easier for the elderly and ones with disabilities. For people unable to get to a bus stop, the city has provided 16 vehicles, picking you up at your door and its available seven days a week. For more information on this phone (807) 345 -0777.