Where can I find information about Barrie Transit?

Where can I find information about Barrie Transit?

Barrie Transit produces individual route summary brochures for your convenience. Visit myridebarrie.ca for trip planning and real-time bus information. Staff at City Hall (1st floor Info Desk), the Downtown Transit Terminal, and community centres ( Allandale, Holly, and East Bayfield) are happy to print route schedules and maps upon request.

What is the status of the conversion of Barrie Transit to Bebs?

On June 28, 2021, City Council adopted a motion​ that endorsed the conversion of the Barrie Transit fleet to battery electric buses (BEBs). The next step in the conversion of the Barrie Transit fleet to BEBs is the development of a pilot program. Updates on the creation and launch of the pilot program will be communicated as they become available.

How do I get to Barrie on the GO train?

Barrie has two GO Stations, and the City provides free Barrie Transit when connecting to or from the GO Train. When connecting to or from the GO Train, your Barrie Transit ride is free! Riders only need to: ​ Travel within 30 minutes of arrival or departure train times at Allandale GO or Barrie South GO.

Are Dogs Allowed on Barrie Transit?

No toxic/flammable/hazardous materials on board. Securely leashed/contained and or caged dogs & non-exotic pets under the care and control of the owner at all times are permitted on a Barrie Transit vehicle (except during peak periods: Mon–Fri, 7–9am & 3–6:30pm). All pets must remain off bus seats.

How much is the bus fare from Angus to Barrie?

The schedule includes morning, mid-day, and afternoon service, Monday to Friday. Travel from Barrie to Angus/Borden is a $6.00 (2-Zone) fare or a $3.00 zone top-up fare with a valid Barrie Transit transfer, pass or Ride Card. Travel from Angus/Borden to Barrie is a $6.00 (2-Zone) fare or a $4.00 zone top-up fare on an Angus Zone Fare or Pass:

How do I Contact Service Barrie?

Explore Transit Services Questions? Call 705-726-4242 or e-mail [email protected]

How many BART stations are there in San Francisco?

BART operates in five counties (San Francisco, San Mateo, Alameda, Contra Costa, and Santa Clara) with 131 miles of track and 50 stations, carrying approximately 405,000 trips on an average weekday (prior to the COVID-19 pandemic).