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History of Regional Transit at Winnipeg, Manitoba

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2017 Jan 4 18:07
[Headingley]

Carlson's Headingly Bus (circa 1935)
Twice daily commuter bus service between Headingley and Winnipeg (Winnipeg Free Press 25 May 1935/APR). Perhaps covered the route from 1930 to 1938?
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Transit History of Ontario Communities (A-B)

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2017 Jan 10 15:27

Beausoleil First Nation, Ontario

The Beausoleil First Nation is located on three islands in Georgian Bay of Lake Huron. The main island, Christian Island, is connected by ferry to the mainland at Cedar Point.

Chimnissing Transit (2016? - present)
Bus service between the mainland Cedar Point ferry terminal and Midland and Penetanguishene. Service may have been launched when the ferry service became passenger-only in May 2016 when the car ferry was deemed unsafe.
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Transit History of Durham Region, Ontario

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2017 Jan 10 16:02
Whitby area contract operator Trentway-Wagar Inc. (alias Coach Canada) replaced 31 December 2016 with PWTransit Canada Ltd.
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Transit History of Ontario Communities (L-N)

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2017 Jan 14 13:04
[Norfolk County]

Service suspended 10 January 2017 when contract operator Donnelly Transit Inc. withdrew its services.
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Transit History of Gatineau (Outaouais), Quebec

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2017 Jan 27 11:46
[Collines-de-l'Outaouais System]

Transcollines (15 June 2015 -present)

Transcollines (15 June 2015 - present)
In January 2017 Transcollines began supporting the intercity bus service from l'Isle-aus-Allumettes to Gatineau and Ottawa via Fort-Coulonge and Shawville operated by J-Jacques Campeau Inc. This support included logistical support and coordinated ticketing. It was announced simultaneously that Transcollines intended to extend service to MRC Pontiac circa January 2018 (website 2017).
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Transit History of Alberta Communities (H-Z)

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2017 Jan 27 11:57

Pincher Creek, Alberta

In early 2017 funding was announced to establish a transit system in Pincher Creek. No timelines were given. (Lethbridge Herald 15 January 2017).
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Transit History of the Banlieues de Quebec & Levis, Quebec

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2017 Jan 30 21:22
[Jacques-Cartier]

Contract operator changed 01 February 2017 from Auger to Intercar.
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Transit History of British Columbia Communities (Q-Z)

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2017 Jan 30 21:42
[Smithers]

Service to be expanded to Moricetown in January 2017. Service to Moricetown begun 30 January 2017.
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Transit History of the Banlieues de Montreal, Quebec

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2017 Feb 6 12:24
[CIT Laurentides]

Full name of Autobus Paquette is apparently Robert Paquette Autobus et Fils, Inc.
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Transit History of Edmonton, Alberta

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2017 Feb 6 21:37

Edmonton Transit System (29 April 1947 - present)

Edmonton Transit System (29 April 1947 - circa November 2016)
Organization's formal name changed from Edmonton Transit System to Edmonton Transit Service circa November 2016.

Edmonton Transit Service (circa November 2016 - present)
Organization's formal name changed from Edmonton Transit System to Edmonton Transit Service circa November 2016.
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Transit History of Edmonton, Alberta

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2017 Feb 10 22:31
street railway/light rail


History of Regional Transit at Edmonton, Alberta

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2017 Feb 23 12:54
[Spruce Grove]

Beginning in February 2017 buses lettered Spruce Grove Transit began entering service (still operated under contract by Edmonton Transit Service).
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Transit History of Alberta Communities (A-G)

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2017 Mar 8 21:39
[Camrose]

Camrose Community Bus (circa April 2016 - present)
Introduced initially as the Camrose City Bus operating fixed route service two half-days per week (Tuesday mornings and Friday afternoons). September 2016 increased to two full days per week (Tuesdays and Fridays) and rebranded Camrose Community Bus. By January 2017 service was three days/week (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays). On 18 February 2017 service increased to four days/week (Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays). Operated by contractor Rose City Handivan Society with funding from the City of Camrose.
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Transit History of Quebec Communities (A-K)

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2017 Mar 10 18:37
[Alma]

Taxibus Alma (201x? - present)
Since at least 2014 Alma has been served by a demand responsive taxibus service. (website 2017).
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History of Regional Transit at Edmonton, Alberta

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2017 Mar 21 12:01
[Beaumont]

? (starting 2017?)

? (starting September 2017?)

[Fort Saskatchewan]

Fort Saskatchewan Transit Service (07 September 2004 - present)

Fort Saskatchewan Transit Service (07 September 2004 - 27 April 2014)
Fort Taxi & Buslines Ltd. Fort Taxi & Buslines Ltd. from start-up to 31 August 2016. (photo: Kevin Nicol). Contractor for local routes from 01 September 2016 was PWTransit Canada Ltd. Commuter service between Fort Saskatchewan and Edmonton contracted to Edmonton Transit System (from circa November 2016 Edmonton Transit Service). (Fort Saskatchewan Transit 2017, photos: Kevin Nicol, FST). Fort Sask Transit 284 (courtesy FST)

Fort Saskatchewan Transit logo 2014
system logo
Fort Saskatchewan Transit logo 2014
system logo 2014
Fort Saskatchewan Transit logo 2017
system logo 2017
website 2014 website 2014, FST 2017


Transit History of Ontario Communities (L-N)

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2017 Apr 2 16:09
[La Salle]

Transit Windsor (September 2017 - present)
Transit service connecting La Salle with Windsor. Initial contract covers operation from 2017 to 2021. Buses owned by La Salle but operated by TW. Service fare free until 01 January 2018.


Transit History of Saskatchewan Communities

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2017 Apr 11 10:57

Warman - Martensville, Saskatchewan

AV Transit (01 May 2017 - present)
Private enterprise commuter transit service connecting Warman and Martensville with Saskatoon.
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Transit History of Ontario Communities (E-K)

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2017 Apr 12 20:31

Innisfil, Ontario

UberPool (01 May2017 - present)
Demand-responsive public transportation arranged through an agreement between the Town of Innisfil and the Uber ride-hailing service. The municipality established fares for various trips and contracts with Uber to subsidize the difference between the rider fare and the Uber cost. Available trips include travel to and from the Barrie South GO Transit station.
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Transit History of Ontario Communities (L-N)

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2017 Apr 13 14:24
[Norfolk County]

Service resumed a few days later operated by Sharp. Contract operator from mid May 2017 through the end of 2018 was 2554684 Ontario Ltd.


Transit History of Alberta Communities (A-G)

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2017 Apr 25 17:33

Fort Chipewyan, Alberta

Fort Chipewyan is an isolated unincorporated community in Wood Buffalo Regional Municipality.

Woosh (18 April 2017 - present)
Bus service connecting the townsite with the airport scheduled to coordinate with flight arrivals and departures. (Fort McMurray Today 30 March 2017).


Transit History of Alberta Communities (A-G)

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2017 Apr 26 16:40
[Fort Chipewyan]

Service is expected to be seasonal, operating in Spring, Summer and Fall.


Transit History of Ontario Communities (L-N)

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2017 Apr 26 16:50
[Lincoln]

Note

Notes

A transit pilot project in Lincoln is anticipated to begin as early as the Fall of 2017 (Niagara This Week 26 April 2017).


Transit History of Ontario Communities (O-R)

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2017 Apr 29 13:12
[Orillia]

Contractor First Canada ULC was replaced 01 July 2017 by a five year contract awarded to Tok Transit Limited.
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Transit History of Victoria, British Columbia

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2017 May 3 11:22
[Secondary Systems]

Langford Trolley (07 July 2007 - present)

Langford Trolley (07 July 2007 - 30 June 2017)
Service discontinued June 2017.

Langtoria Greenline (17 October 2016 - present)

Langtoria Greenline (17 October 2016 - 30 June 2017)
Service discontinued June 2017 for low ridership.
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Transit History of Prince Edward Island Communities

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2017 May 3 11:38
[Cavendish]

City-Beach Express (23 June 2017 - September 2018 [summer season only])
Three daily round trips between Cavendish and Charlottetown operated by contractor Coach Atlantic Group. Funding agencies include Tourism Cavendish Beach, Discover Charlottetown, the Resort Municipality of Cavendish, and industry partners Maritime Fun Group, Fairways Cottages, Parks Canada, Green Gables Golf Course and The Gables of P.E.I. (The Guardian 02 May 2017).
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Transit History of British Columbia Communities (Q-Z)

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2017 May 3 21:35
[Vanderhoof - Saik'uz]

? (starting late 2016?)
A local bus service jointly sponsored by Vanderhoof District and Saik'uz First Nation is anticipated to begin operation near the end of 2016. The service is expected to be fare free.

Tin Toh Bus (2015? - present [3 days/week])
Four round trips/day between Saik'uz and Vanderhoof, operated only Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Operated by Saik'uz First Nation owned Tin Toh Forest Products Ltd. (website 2017). A local bus service jointly sponsored by Vanderhoof District and Saik'uz First Nation was anticipated to begin operation near the end of 2016 but as of May 2017 has not begun. The service is expected to be fare free.


Transit History of the Banlieues de Montreal, Quebec

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2017 May 15 20:15

l'Agence Métropolitaine de Transport (01 January 1996 - present)

l'Agence Métropolitaine de Transport (01 January 1996 - 31 May 2017)
(Wikipedia, Tom Box, AMT website, Photos: Marc Dufour) AMT amalgamated with several CIT operations to form RTM June 2017 (see below). (Wikipedia, Tom Box, AMT website, Photos: Marc Dufour)

Notes

Note

In April 2015 the government of Québec announced plans to re-organize suburban transit operations in the greater Montréal region. The region's CITs would be amalgamated with the train operations of AMT to form the Réseau de transport métropolitain while the regional planning functions of AMT and the three city systems (STM [Montréal], STVL [Laval] and RTL [Longueuil]) would be combined into a new entity to be called Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain.

l'Agence Métropolitaine de Transport (? - present)

l'Agence Métropolitaine de Transport (? - 31 May 2017)
AMT amalgamated with several CIT operations to form RTM June 2017 (see below).

Conseil intermunicipal de transport du Sud-Ouest (1984? - present)

Conseil intermunicipal de transport du Sud-Ouest (1984? - 31 May 2017)
Operations amalgamated with AMT to form RTM June 2017 (see below).

CIT Haut-Saint-Laurent (? - present)

CIT Haut-Saint-Laurent (? - 31 May 2017)
Operations amalgamated with AMT to form RTM June 2017 (see below). Conseil Intermunicipal de Transport Roussillon (1984 - present)
Conseil Intermunicipal de Transport Roussillon (1984 - 31 May 2017)
Operations amalgamated with AMT to form RTM June 2017 (see below). Conseil intermunicipal de transport le Richelain (? - present)
Conseil intermunicipal de transport le Richelain (? - 31 May 2017)
Operations amalgamated with AMT to form RTM June 2017 (see below).

CIT Chambly - Richelieu - Carignan (? - present)

CIT Chambly - Richelieu - Carignan (? - 31 May 2017)
Operations amalgamated with AMT to form RTM June 2017 (see below). Conseil intermunicipal de transport de la Vallée du Richelieu (? - present)
Conseil intermunicipal de transport de la Vallée du Richelieu (? - 31 May 2017)
Operations amalgamated with AMT to form RTM June 2017 (see below). Ville de Sainte-Julie (? - present)
Ville de Sainte-Julie (? - 31 May 2017)
Operations amalgamated with AMT to form RTM June 2017 (see below). Conseil intermunicipal de transport de Sorel - Varennes (1984? - present)
Conseil intermunicipal de transport de Sorel - Varennes (1984? - 31 May 2017)
Operations amalgamated with AMT to form RTM June 2017 (see below). Conseil régional de transport de Lanaudière (circa 2005 - present)
Conseil régional de transport de Lanaudière (circa 2005 - 31 May 2017)
Operations amalgamated with AMT to form RTM June 2017 (see below). Operations amalgamated with AMT to form RTM June 2017 (see below). Conseil intermunicipal de transport des Laurentides (circa 2005? - present)
Conseil intermunicipal de transport des Laurentides (circa 2005? - 31 May 2017)
Operations amalgamated with AMT to form RTM June 2017 (see below). Conseil Intermunicipal de Transport La Presqu'Île (01 June 2005 - present)
Conseil Intermunicipal de Transport La Presqu'Île (01 June 2005 - 31 May 2017)

RTM Era

In April 2015 the government of Québec announced plans to re-organize suburban transit operations in the greater Montréal region. The region's CITs would be amalgamated with the train operations of AMT to form the Réseau de transport métropolitain while the regional planning functions of AMT and the three city systems (STM [Montréal], STVL [Laval] and RTL [Longueuil]) would be combined into a new entity to be called Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain.

Réseau de transport métropolitain (01 June 2017 - present)
commuter rail Assumed the AMT commuter train and bus operations plus bus services of



Transit History of Ontario Communities (E-K)

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2017 May 16 10:18
[Innisfil]

UberPool (01 May2017 - present)

UberPool (15 May2017 - present)


Transit History of Alberta Communities (A-G)

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2017 May 21 13:47
[Fort Chipewyan]

From 03 March 2017 a three month pilot of Saturday-only transit service is operated between Moose Island, Alberta, and Fort Smith, Northwest Territories. Residents of Fort Chipewyan travel by private boat to Moose Island to meet the bus service.

[Fort McMurray]

From 18 May 2017 a three month pilot of Thursday-only transit service is operated between Fort McMurray and Fort McKay.


History of Regional Transit at Winnipeg, Manitoba

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2017 May 28 23:33
[Selkirk]

Exclusive Bus Lines (04 July 2016 - present)
Exclusive Bus Lines (04 July 2016 - 01 September 2017)
Service discontinued at the beginning of September 2017.


Transit History of Saskatchewan Communities

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2017 May 28 23:41

Regina Beach, Saskatchewan

? (1945 - 31 March 1946)
A program to house returning veterans in winterized cottages at Regina Beach prompted the establishment of a commuter bus service between Regina Beach and Regina. When STC was established the commuter service became part of it.

Saskatchewan Transportation Company (01 April 1946 - ?)
Provincial crown corporation established to operate intercity bus service province-wide. Commuter service between Regina Beach and Regina discontinued as veterans relocated to permanent housing elsewhere.


Transit History of Saskatchewan Communities

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2017 May 30 11:59
[Warman - Martensville]

Vague information on the company website suggests service may have been suspended 23 May 2017 - 30 May 2017 inclusive.


Transit History of New Brunswick Communities

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2017 Jun 6 21:41
[Fredericton]

Nashwaaksis Bus Line badge Nashwaaksis Bus Line (03 May 1960 - June 1965)
Transit service connecting Nashwaaksis with Fredericton. Unincorporated single bus operation. Owner-operator was initially Shalta Hughson. At his death in 1962 the operating certificate was transferred to Betty Jean Hughson. Operation purchased by SMT (Eastern) Limited June 1965 (BD). Nashwaaksis eventually became part of Fredericton.
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Transit History of New Brunswick Communities

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2017 Jun 6 22:07

Nashwaaksis Bus Line badge Nashwaaksis Bus Line (03 May 1960 - June 1965)
Transit service connecting Nashwaaksis with Fredericton. Unincorporated single bus operation. Owner-operator was initially Shalta Hughson. At his death in 1962 the operating certificate was transferred to Betty Jean Hughson. Operation purchased by S.M.T. (Eastern) Limited June 1965 (BD). Nashwaaksis eventually became part of Fredericton.
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Transit History of Ontario Communities (A-B)

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2017 Jun 9 20:26

Bruce Peninsula, Ontario

Bruce Peninsula Transit (08 May 2017 - present)
Rural private-enterprise transit service connecting Cape Croker, Neyaashiinigmiing, Wiarton, Hepworth, Shallow Lake, and Owen Sound (facebook). Plans exist to expand to Sauble Beach and Tobermory.


History of Regional Transit at Calgary, Alberta

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2017 Jun 16 13:59

On-It Regional Transit (beginning September 2016)

On-It Regional Transit (11 October 2016 - present)
A weekend-only summer-only pilot service connecting Calgary with Cochrane, Canmore, and Banff was launched 17 June 2017. The Banff pilot operates Saturdays, Sundays and holidays until 04 September 2017.
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Transit History of Alberta Communities (H-Z)

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2017 Jun 16 14:32

Lake Louise, Alberta

Lake Louise Tramway (1912 - 1930 (Annually May through September))
motor tram A 3½ mi. (5.7 km) single track narrow gauge (3'6"/1067mm) line operated by open and closed gasoline trams, between the CPR station at Laggan (renamed Lake Louise 1914) and the Chateau Lake Louise hotel (elevation 5680 ft (1731 m)). Tramway and hotel were properties of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company. (Lavallée 1972).

Modes

gascar tramway1912 - 1930

Reference

  • Whyte, Jon, and Carole Harmon. Lake Louise: A Diamond in the Wilderness, Altitude Publishing, Banff (Alberta), 1982, pp. 34 - 35.


Transit History of Alberta Communities (A-G)

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2017 Jun 16 14:33

Banff – Canmore, Alberta

Bow Valley Region, Alberta

Local service in Canmore began 01 November 2016. Further service to Lake Louise and elsewhere in Banff National Park, are forecast within 5 years. Local service in Canmore began 01 November 2016. Free daily service to Lake Minnewanka implemented 19 May 2017 - 10 September 2017 in cooperation with Parks Canada.

Secondary Systems

Lake Louise Tramway (1912 - 1930 (Annually May through September))
motor tram A 3½ mi. (5.7 km) single track narrow gauge (3'6"/1067mm) line operated by open and closed gasoline trams, between the CPR station at Laggan (renamed Lake Louise 1914) and the Chateau Lake Louise hotel (elevation 5680 ft (1731 m)). Tramway and hotel were properties of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company. (Lavallée 1972).

Parks Canada (19 May 2017 - 09 October 2017)
Daily free shuttle service in Lake Louise 19 May 2017 - 10 September 2017. Daily free shuttle service from Lake Louise to Moraine Lake 11 September 2017 - 09 October 2017. Daily free bus service between Banff and Lake Louise 19 May 2017 - 10 October 2017.

Modes

gascar tramway1912 - 1930
motorbus1994 - present

Reference



All-Time List of Canadian Transit Systems: Index By Mode

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2017 Jun 16 14:40
  • Lake Louise Tramway (gascar tramway)
  • Lake Louise Tramway (gascar tramway)

    Transit History of British Columbia Communities (A-F)

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    2017 Jun 19 22:39

    Burns Lake, British Columbia

    Bulkley Nechako Regional Transit System (19 June 2017 - present)
    Service alternates between two routes providing service three days per week on both routes. Trips between Prince George and Burns Lake run Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. The run from Burns Lake to Prince George start at the Wet'suwet'en First Nation just west of Burns Lake and cover the 230-kilometre distance in 3 1/2 hours. The routes between Burns Lake and Smithers via Houston operates Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
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    Transit History of British Columbia Communities (A-F)

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    2017 Jun 19 23:01
    [Burns Lake]

    Operation conducted for BC Transit and the Bulkley Nechako Regional District (the municipality) by contractor Pacific Western Transportation.


    Transit History of British Columbia Communities (Q-Z)

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    2017 Jun 22 15:34

    Summerland, British Columbia

    Summerland Paratransit System (01 April 1982 - 200x?)
    Paratransit service conducted by Summerland Transit Society under a contract with BC Transit and the municipal government(s) (BC Transit 1989/90: 1 bus). (BC Transit web page 2000)

    Summerland Transit System (200x? - present)
    Operated under contract by Summerland Transit Society (BC Transit website 2008). As of 2010 the contract operator was Penticton & District Community Resources Society (website 2010). Enhanced service between Summerland and Penticton implemented 28 October 2013. Policy permitting transfers between STS and Penticton implemented 19 May 2014.

    [Vanderhoof - Saiz'uz First Nation]

    A local bus service jointly sponsored by Vanderhoof District and Saik'uz First Nation was anticipated to begin operation near the end of 2016 but as of May 2017 has not begun. The service is expected to be fare free.

    Vanderhoof & Saik'uz Community Transportation (July 2017 - present)
    Five-day per week local bus service jointly sponsored by Vanderhoof District and Saik'uz First Nation began operation in July 2017. The service is fare free.


    Transit History of British Columbia Communities (G-O)

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    2017 Jun 22 15:35

    Naramata, British Columbia

    Okanagan - Similkameen Paratransit System (01 November 1979 - 200x?)
    Paratransit service conducted by Ward Warriner under a contract with BC Transit and the municipal government(s) (BC Transit 1989/90: 1 bus). Contractor circa 1997 was Penticton Transit Service Ltd. (BC Transit 1997). (BC Transit web page 2000, 2001).

    Okanagan - Similkameen Transit System (200x? - present)
    Operated under contract by Penticton Transit Service Ltd. (BC Transit website 2008, website 2010). Policy permitting transfers between OSTS and Penticton implemented 19 May 2014. See also Okanagan Falls.

    Okanagan Falls, British Columbia

    Okanagan - Similkameen Transit System (19 January 2015 - present)
    Local transit service in Okanagan Falls and intercommunity service connecting Okanagan Falls with Skaha Estates, Heritage Hills and Penticton. Operated by Penticton Transit Service Ltd. under contract to the Municipality (Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen) and BC Transit. See also Naramata. Policy permits transfers between OSTS and Penticton.

    Osoyoos, British Columbia

    Osoyoos Paratransit System (01 May 1996 - 200x?)
    Paratransit service conducted by a contractor for BC Transit and the municipal government(s) Initial contract operator was Osoyoos Seniors Centre Association, ending June 2000 (BC Transit 1997, LD 2001). Operation (from June 2000?) by the Town of Osoyoos (LD 2001). BC Transit 1996 reported the start-up of a conventional transit service for Osoyoos and nearby Oliver but such as service is not included in the list provided by BC Transit 1997 (which does list a paratransit system in Osoyoos). (BC Transit 2000).

    Osoyoos Transit System (200x? - circa2010?)
    Operated under contract by South Okanagan Transit Society (BC Transit website 2008, website 2010). Serving Okanagan Falls, Oliver, Osoyoos, and South Okanagan (BC Transit 2008). Some time around 2010 system became know as SOTS.

    South Okanagan Transit System (circa2010? - present)
    Operated under contract by South Okanagan Transit Society (BC Transit website 2014). Serving Okanagan Falls, Oliver, Osoyoos, and South Okanagan, with low-frequency services to Kelowna (1/week) and Penticton (3/week).
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    Transit History of British Columbia Communities (P)

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    2017 Jun 22 15:56
    [Penticton]

    Penticton Transit System/BC Ttransit 9350 (2009 Nova LFS) (Travis Koch-Gensiorek 2011 Aug 15)

    Penticton Transit System/BC Transit 9350 (2009 Nova LFS) (Travis Koch-Gensiorek 2011 Aug 15) Penticton Transit System (03 January 1977 - present)
    Penticton Transit System (03 January 1977 - 30 June 2017)

    South Okanagan - Similkameen Transit (01 July 2017 - present)
    Amalgamation/coordination of transit services in Penticton, Okanagan-Similkameen, Summerland, Osoyoos, and Princeton. Service area includes Kelowna, West Kelowna, Peachland, Summerland, Penticton, Naramata, Kaleden, Keremeos, Okanagan Falls, Gallagher Lake, Hedley, Oliver, Princeton, Coalmont, and Osoyoos. Penticton, Naramata and Okanagan Falls buses are operated by Penticton Transit Service Ltd. Summerland buses are operated by Penticton and District Community Resources Society. Osoyoos buses are operated by the South Okanagan Transit Society. Princeton buses are operated by Princeton & District Community Services.

    Naramata - Okanagan Falls System

    Okanagan - Similkameen Paratransit System (01 November 1979 - 200x?)
    Naramata paratransit service conducted by Ward Warriner under a contract with BC Transit and the municipal government(s) (BC Transit 1989/90: 1 bus). Contractor circa 1997 was Penticton Transit Service Ltd. (BC Transit 1997). (BC Transit web page 2000, 2001).

    Okanagan - Similkameen Transit System (200x? - 30 June 2017)
    Naramata - Penticton service operated under contract by Penticton Transit Service Ltd. (BC Transit website 2008, website 2010). Policy permitting transfers between OSTS and Penticton implemented 19 May 2014. From 19 January 2015 service also connected Okanagan Falls, Skaha Estates and Heritage Hills with Penticton. Grouped with other area transit systems as South Okanagan - Similkameen Transit in 2017 (see above).

    Princeton System

    Princeton Paratransit System (01 April 1982 - 200x?)
    Paratransit service conducted by Princeton & District Community Services Society under a contract with BC Transit and the municipal government(s) (BC Transit 1989/90: 1 bus). BC Transit web page 2000 implies [Princeton & Area Paratransit System].

    Princeton & Area Transit System (200x? - circa 201x?)
    Operated under contract by Princeton & District Community Services (BC Transit website 2008, website 2010).

    Princeton Regional Transit System (circa 201x? - 30 June 2017)
    Operated under contract by Princeton & District Community Services. Service provided to Penticton via Hedley, Keremeos, Cawston, and Olalla three days per week. All trips require booking in advance. Limited on-demand service is also offered to Coalmont. (online Rider's Guide 2015). Grouped with other area transit systems as South Okanagan - Similkameen Transit in 2017 (see above).

    Summerland System

    Summerland Paratransit System (01 April 1982 - 200x?)
    Paratransit service conducted by Summerland Transit Society under a contract with BC Transit and the municipal government(s) (BC Transit 1989/90: 1 bus). (BC Transit web page 2000)

    Summerland Transit System (200x? - 30 June 2017)
    Operated under contract by Summerland Transit Society (BC Transit website 2008). As of 2010 the contract operator was Penticton & District Community Resources Society (website 2010). Enhanced service between Summerland and Penticton implemented 28 October 2013. Policy permitting transfers between STS and Penticton implemented 19 May 2014. Grouped with other area transit systems as South Okanagan - Similkameen Transit in 2017 (see above).

    Osoyoos System

    Osoyoos Paratransit System (01 May 1996 - 200x?)
    Paratransit service conducted by a contractor for BC Transit and the municipal government(s) Initial contract operator was Osoyoos Seniors Centre Association, ending June 2000 (BC Transit 1997, LD 2001). Operation (from June 2000?) by the Town of Osoyoos (LD 2001). BC Transit 1996 reported the start-up of a conventional transit service for Osoyoos and nearby Oliver but such as service is not included in the list provided by BC Transit 1997 (which does list a paratransit system in Osoyoos). (BC Transit 2000).

    Osoyoos Transit System (200x? - circa 2010?)
    Operated under contract by South Okanagan Transit Society (BC Transit website 2008, website 2010). Serving Okanagan Falls, Oliver, Osoyoos, and South Okanagan (BC Transit 2008). Some time around 2010 system became know as SOTS.

    South Okanagan Transit System (circa 2010? - 30 June 2017)
    Operated under contract by South Okanagan Transit Society (BC Transit website 2014). Serving Okanagan Falls, Oliver, Osoyoos, and South Okanagan, with low-frequency services to Kelowna (1/week) and Penticton (3/week). Grouped with other area transit systems as South Okanagan - Similkameen Transit in 2017 (see above).

    Princeton, British Columbia

    Princeton Paratransit System (01 April 1982 - 200x?)
    Paratransit service conducted by Princeton & District Community Services Society under a contract with BC Transit and the municipal government(s) (BC Transit 1989/90: 1 bus). BC Transit web page 2000 implies [Princeton & Area Paratransit System].

    Princeton & Area Transit System (200x? - circa 201x?)
    Operated under contract by Princeton & District Community Services (BC Transit website 2008, website 2010).

    Princeton Regional Transit System (circa 201x? - present)
    Operated under contract by Princeton & District Community Services. Service provided to Penticton via Hedley, Keremeos, Cawston, and Olalla three days per week. All trips require booking in advance. Limited on-demand service is also offered to Coalmont. (online Rider's Guide 2015).
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    Transit History of Saskatchewan Communities

    a2z-sk.html

    2017 Jul 3 14:31
    [Warman - Martensville]

    Vague information on the company website suggests service may have been suspended 23 May 2017 - 30 May 2017 inclusive. Vague information on the company website suggests service may have been suspended 23 May 2017 - 30 May 2017 inclusive, and for July 2017.


    Transit History of Nova Scotia Communities

    a2z-ns.html

    2017 Jul 9 18:47

    Bridgewater, Nova Scotia

    ? (Fall 2017 - present)
    A six-month pilot local transit system is expected to begin operation in Bridgewater in the Fall of 2017. Second-hand buses will be donated by Halifax Transit.
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    Transit History of British Columbia Communities (Q-Z)

    q2z-bc.html

    2017 Jul 9 19:09
    [Vanderhoof - Saik'uz First Nation]

    Vanderhoof & Saik'uz Community Transportation (July 2017 - present)

    Vanderhoof & Saik'uz Community Transportation (03 July 2017 - present)
    (MyPrinceGeorgeNow 14 September 2016). (MyPrinceGeorgeNow 14 September 2016, website 2017).


    Transit History of Edmonton, Alberta

    edmonton-ab.html

    2017 Jul 11 17:13

    Edmonton Transit System (29 April 1947 - circa November 2016)

    Edmonton Transit System (29 April 1947 - 14 November 2016)
    Organization's formal name changed from Edmonton Transit System to Edmonton Transit Service circa November 2016. Formal name change from Edmonton Transit System to Edmonton Transit Service arose from organizational changes announced 14 November 2016.

    Edmonton Transit Service (circa November 2016 - present)

    Edmonton Transit Service (14 November 2016 - present)


    Transit History of Ontario Communities (E-K)

    e2k-on.html

    2017 Jul 11 17:44
    [Gravenhurst]

    The Loop (11 July 2017 - present)
    Pilot limited bus service in Gravenhurst. Bus operates midday (11:30am - 2:00pm) Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays during the summer of 2017. Contract operator is Hammond Transportation Ltd.


    Transit History of Victoria, British Columbia

    victoria-bc.html

    2017 Jul 13 19:33
    [Secondary Systems]

    Victoria & Sidney Railway Company (18 July 1913 - 15 November 1913)
    commuter rail While the V&S operated passenger trains on the Saanich peninsula between Sidney and Victoria through all of its short life (02 June 1894 - 30 April 1919) the schedule accommodated workday commuters only briefly. For part of 1913 a morning inbound trip departing Sidney at 7:30am was scheduled to arrive at Victoria at 8:30am and the early evening departure from Victoria at 5:00pm (arrive Sidney 6:00pm) facilitated commuting. From 05 October 1902 the V&S was controlled by the Great Northern Railway of the United States. (Hearn & Wilkie, p. 59).


    All-Time List of Canadian Transit Systems: Index By Mode

    other-modes.html

    2017 Jul 13 19:35
    [Commuter Rail]

    18. Victoria, British Columbia, 18. West Vancouver, British Columbia. 19. West Vancouver, British Columbia.
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    Transit History of Ontario Communities (L-N)

    l2n-on.html

    2017 Jul 13 20:17

    Niagara-On-The-Lake Transit (02 April 2012 - present)

    NOTL Transit cutaway (Alex Regiec 2017) Niagara-On-The-Lake Transit (02 April 2012 - present)
    (photo: Alex Regiec).


    History of Regional Transit at Edmonton, Alberta

    edmonton-suburbs-ab.html

    2017 Jul 14 22:27
    [Beaumont]

    ? (starting September 2017?)

    Beaumont Transit (starting September 2017)

    Beaumont Transit logo (2017)
    system logo (2017)
    data source:website 2017

    [Spruce Grove]

    Commuter Transit Service (03 January 2006 - present)

    Commuter Transit Service (03 January 2006 - February 2017)
    Beginning in February 2017 buses lettered Spruce Grove Transit began entering service (still operated under contract by Edmonton Transit Service).

    ? (starting 2016?)

    Spruce Grove Transit (February 2017 - present)
    Beginning in February 2017 buses lettered Spruce Grove Transit began entering service (still operated under contract by Edmonton Transit Service).


    Transit History of Ontario Communities (A-B)

    a2b-on.html

    2017 Jul 18 17:12
    [Bruce Peninsula]

    Plans exist to expand to Sauble Beach and Tobermory. A second route connecting Wiarton to Sauble Beach began operation 10 July 2017. Plans exist to expand to Tobermory.


    History of Regional Transit at Calgary, Alberta

    calgary-suburbs-ab.html

    2017 Jul 18 17:16
    [Cochrane]

    Note

    Provincial GreenTRIP grant funding to establish a local transit service in Cochrane was announced in July 2017. Service start-up was forecast for late 2018 or 2019.

    Transit History of Victoria, British Columbia

    victoria-bc.html

    2017 Jul 19 11:01
    [Secondary Systems]

    Great Northern Railway of the United States. Great Northern Railway Company of the United States.


    History of Regional Transit at Winnipeg, Manitoba

    winnipeg-suburbs-mb.html

    2017 Jul 19 11:51
    [Selkirk]

    Kasper Transportation Service (01 September 2017 - present)
    Ontario-based intercity bus operator and air carrier. Assumed the operation of the Winnipeg - Selkirk commuter service after it was discontinued by Exclusive.


    Transit History of Alberta Communities (H-Z)

    h2z-ab.html

    2017 Jul 19 11:57
    [Peace River]

    Peace River cancelled the project and returned the funds May 2017.


    Transit History of Ontario Communities (L-N)

    l2n-on.html

    2017 Jul 25 16:46

    Notes

    Lincoln Transit (Fall 2017 - present)
    A one-year transit pilot project in Lincoln is scheduled to begin Fall 2017. Service will initially be fare free. (Niagara This Week 26 April 2017, niagarathisweek.com 25 July 2017).

    Note

    A transit pilot project in Lincoln is anticipated to begin as early as the Fall of 2017 (Niagara This Week 26 April 2017).


    Transit History of Ontario Communities (L-N)

    l2n-on.html

    2017 Jul 26 20:00
    [Milton]

    From 03 April 2017 MT launched a pilot transit service to the rural locality of Campbellville. The pilot was extended from six to nine months (InsideHalton 26 July 2017).


    Transit History of St. Stephen, New Brunswick

    saint-stephen-nb.html

    2017 Jul 27 19:59

    RuralLynx (Fall 2017 - present)
    Two-year pilot rural transit project to provide transit service in Charlotte County, New Brunswick. Service connects St. Stephen with Saint John and intermediate communities. Operation of the Southwest New Brunswick Transit Authority. Operated under contract by Maritime Bus Corporation. (CBC 27 July 2017, website 2017). Electric railway04 July 1894 - 31 October 1929 Electric railway04 July 1894 - 31 October 1929 Motor busFall 2017 - present
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    Transit History of Alberta Communities (A-G)

    a2g-ab.html

    2017 Jul 28 19:20
    [Crowsnest Pass]

    Community Transit Service (27 January 2016 - present)

    Community Transit Service (27 January 2016 - 26 February 2017)
    Fixed route service replaced with demand-responsive service in early 2017.

    RIDECrowsnest (27 February 2017 - present)
    Demand-responsive transit service operating five days/week. Mondays and Fridays service is municipality-wide. Tuesdays are dedicated to Blairmore and Frank, Wednesdays Hillcrest and Bellevue, and Thursdays Coleman. (website 2017).


    Transit History of Quebec Communities (A-K)

    a2k-qc.html

    2017 Aug 9 18:05
    [Joliette]

    Corporation de Transport de Joliette-Métropolitain (2006 - present)
    Corporation de Transport de Joliette-Métropolitain (2006 - 31 May 2017)

    Transport MRC de Joliette (01 June 2017 - present)
    Reorganization of the preceeding CTJM with responsibility transfered to the MRC [regional municipality].

    Transport MRC Joliette logo (2017)
    logo (2017)
    Data source: website 2017


    History of Regional Transit at Winnipeg, Manitoba

    winnipeg-suburbs-mb.html

    2017 Aug 12 13:15
    [Selkirk]

    Kasper Transportation Service (01 September 2017 - present)

    Kasper Transportation Service (05 September 2017 - present)


    Transit History of Victoria, British Columbia

    victoria-bc.html

    2017 Aug 12 21:01
    [Secondary Systems]

    Victoria & Sidney Railway Company (18 July 1913 - 15 November 1913)

    Great Northern (Victoria and Sidney) gas-electric rail car at Sidney in 1915 Victoria & Sidney Railway Company (18 July 1913 - 15 November 1913)


    Transit History of Vancouver, British Columbia

    vancouver-bc.html

    2017 Aug 14 18:02
    [New Westminster]

    Downtown Uptown Connector (October 2015 - present (Thursdays - Sundays)

    Downtown Uptown Connector (October 2015 - present? (Thursdays - Sundays)

    Q to Q Ferry (04 August 2017 - 24 September 2017 [weekends])
    ferry Pilot demonstration ferry service between Westminster Quay and Queensborough on Lulu Island. Service operates Friday evenings, and all day Saturdays, Sundays, & holiday Mondays in August and September. Sponsored by the City of New Westminster.

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    Transit History of the Banlieues de Montreal, Quebec

    montreal-suburbs-qc.html

    2017 Aug 19 19:57
    [RTM Era]

    le St-ColomBus (21 August 2017 - 22 December 2017)
    Pilot peak-hours weekday free shuttle connecting Saint-Colomban to the Saint-Jérôme where further connections to Montréal are made via RTM commuter train. Service is fare-free.

    le St-Colombus logo (2017)
    system logo (2017)
    Data source: website 2017


    Transit History of Vancouver, British Columbia

    vancouver-bc.html

    2017 Aug 19 19:58

    Downtown Uptown Connector (October 2015 - present? (Thursdays - Sundays)

    Downtown Uptown Connector (October 2015 - 28 May 2017 (Thursdays - Sundays)


    Transit History of the Banlieues de Montreal, Quebec

    montreal-suburbs-qc.html

    2017 Aug 22 12:08
    [Commuter Rail]

    New York Central Railroad Company (1890s? - 1960)

    New York Central Railroad Company (1890s? - 24 October 1958)
    (1952 NYC timetable). (Mike Rivest, Andrew Dawson). (1952 NYC timetable). (Mike Rivest, Andrew Dawson, Pierre Barrieau).


    Transit History of Ontario Communities (A-B)

    a2b-on.html

    2017 Aug 22 17:41
    [Bancroft]

    Responsibility for the service transferred 01 August 2017 to Bancroft Community Transit. Contract operator since circa 2016 has been R&L Bus Lines.


    Transit History of Ontario Communities (L-N)

    l2n-on.html

    2017 Aug 22 17:53
    [La Salle]

    Transit Windsor (September 2017 - present)
    Transit service connecting La Salle with Windsor. Initial contract covers operation from 2017 to 2021. Buses owned by La Salle but operated by TW. Service fare free until 01 January 2018.

    LaSalle Transit Service (05 September 2017 - present)
    Transit service connecting La Salle with Windsor. Initial contract covers operation from 2017 to 2021. Buses owned by La Salle but operated by Transit Windsor. Service fare free until 01 January 2018.


    Transit History of British Columbia Communities (G-O)

    g2o-bc.html

    2017 Sep 2 19:48

    Hope, British Columbia

    Hope Regional Transit System (05 September 2017 - present)
    Four round trips daily except Sundays connecting Hope with Seabird Island and Agassiz. Operated under contract to the municipality/ies and B.C. Transit by a contractor.


    Transit History of British Columbia Communities (A-F)

    a2f-bc.html

    2017 Sep 2 20:00

    Agazziz - Harrison System

    Agassiz - Harrison System



    Transit History of British Columbia Communities (G-O)

    g2o-bc.html

    2017 Sep 2 20:12
    [Parksville]

    Downtown Free Bus (July 2011 - present (summer seasons only))

    Downtown Free Bus (July 2011 - 2013? (summer seasons only))


    History of Regional Transit at Edmonton, Alberta

    edmonton-suburbs-ab.html

    2017 Sep 3 10:46
    [Beaumont]

    Beaumont Transit (starting September 2017)

    Beaumont Transit (05 September 2017 - present)
    Municipal website also uses the name Beaumont Express.


    Transit History of Ontario Communities (E-K)

    e2k-on.html

    2017 Sep 3 10:49
    [Innisfil]

    UberPool (15 May2017 - present)

    Uber (15 May 2017 - present)


    Transit History of St. Stephen, New Brunswick

    saint-stephen-nb.html

    2017 Sep 3 11:06
    [St. Stephen]

    RuralLynx (Fall 2017 - present)

    RuralLynx (September 2017 - present)
    website 2017). website 2017, facebook 2017).


    Transit History of Alberta Communities (A-G)

    a2g-ab.html

    2017 Sep 3 11:14
    [Fort Chipewyan]

    Woosh (18 April 2017 - present)

    Woosh (18 April 2017 - present?)


    Transit History of Saskatchewan Communities

    a2z-sk.html

    2017 Sep 3 11:44
    [Warman - Martensville]

    AV Transit (01 May 2017 - present)

    AV Transit (01 May 2017 - June 2017?)
    As of September 2017 company website no longer mentions transit operation.


    Transit History of Saskatchewan Communities

    a2z-sk.html

    2017 Sep 4 12:49
    [Warman - Martensville]

    AV Transit (01 May 2017 - June 2017?)

    AV Transit (01 May 2017 - 04 August 2017)


    History of Regional Transit at Winnipeg, Manitoba

    winnipeg-suburbs-mb.html

    2017 Sep 8 12:58
    [Selkirk]

    Kasper Transportation Service (05 September 2017 - present)

    Kasper Transportation sprinter 3 (David Wyatt 05 Sep 2017) Kasper Transportation Service (05 September 2017 - present)
    (photo: David A. Wyatt).


    Transit History of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

    sault-ste-m-on.html

    2017 Sep 11 20:24
    [Secondary Systems]

    (website 2009). (website 2009, website 2017)
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    Transit History of Nova Scotia Communities

    a2z-ns.html

    2017 Sep 11 22:44
    [Bridgewater]

    ? (Fall 2017 - present)

    Bridgewater Transit (25 September 2017 - present)
    Service will be fare-free 25 September - 01 October 2017. (website 2017).


    History of Regional Transit at Edmonton, Alberta

    edmonton-suburbs-ab.html

    2017 Sep 12 13:20
    [Sherwood Park]

    Diamond Bus Lines Ltd. (circa 1965 - February 1969)
    Diamond Bus Lines Ltd. (1957 - February 1969)
    Initial service in 1957 was less than daily. Daily service probably appeared in the early 1960's. The 1965 schedule was eight trips per day.

    Western Bus Lines (February 1969 - 01 March 1973)

    Western Bus Lines Ltd. (February 1969 - 01 March 1973)
    Equipment operated was generally school bus units.

    Briggs Brothers Bus Lines (1974 or '75? - 1977?)

    Briggs Brothers Bus Lines (1974 or '75? - 11 February 1977)
    County of Strathcona Transit System (1977 - 1989)
    County of Strathcona Transit System (14 February 1977 - 03 September 1988)
    Edmonton Transit 1977 - circa 1989. Edmonton Transit 1977 - 1988. Strathcona County Transit (1989 - present)
    Strathcona County Transit (04 September 1988 - present)
    Diversified Transportation Ltd. 1989?-199? (CUTA 1989, CUTA 1991/2, CUTA 1992). A one year experimental service to Ardrossan was discontinued 15 January 2001 (Website 2001, photo David A. Wyatt). Diversified Transportation Ltd. 1988-September 2008 (CUTA 1989, CUTA 1991/2, CUTA 1992, Anon. 2015). An pilot service to Ardrossan was operated Summer 1999 to 15 January 2001 (Website 2001, Anon. 2015). (photo David A. Wyatt).

    References



    History of Regional Transit at Edmonton, Alberta

    edmonton-suburbs-ab.html

    2017 Sep 16 19:26
    [Edmonton Garrison]

    Western Bus Lines (July 1967 - 01 March 1973)

    Western Bus Lines Ltd. (July 1967 - 01 March 1973)

    [St. Albert]

    Western Bus Lines (July 1967 - circa January 1973)

    Western Bus Lines Ltd. (July 1967 - circa January 1973)

    [Sherwood Park]

    Grey Goose Bus Lines (Alberta) Ltd. (01 March 1973 - 1974 or '75?)

    Grey Goose Bus Lines (Alberta) Ltd. (01 March 1973 - late 1974)

    Briggs Brothers Bus Lines (1974 or '75? - 11 February 1977)

    Briggs Brothers Bus Lines (late 1974 - 11 February 1977)
    CUTA 1991/2, CUTA 1992, Anon. 2015). CUTA 1991/2, CUTA 1992, Carpenter 2015).


    History of Regional Transit at Edmonton, Alberta

    edmonton-suburbs-ab.html

    2017 Sep 17 12:10
    [Sherwood Park]

    (Website 2001, Anon. 2015). (Website 2001, Carpenter 2015).


    Transit History of British Columbia Communities (A-F)

    a2f-bc.html

    2017 Sep 22 11:31
    [Ashcroft - Clinton]

    From November 2017 added a once-monthly trip to 100 Mile House.


    Transit History of St. Stephen, New Brunswick

    saint-stephen-nb.html

    2017 Sep 23 14:37

    RuralLynx (September 2017 - present)

    RuralLynx (25 September 2017 - present)


    Transit History of St. Stephen, New Brunswick

    saint-stephen-nb.html

    2017 Sep 24 12:17
    Motor busFall 2017 - present Motor bus25 September 2017 - present

    Transit History of Ontario Communities (L-N)

    l2n-on.html

    2017 Sep 26 11:58
    [Lincoln]

    Lincoln Transit (Fall 2017 - present)

    Lincoln Transit (01 November 2017 - present)
    Contract operater is BTS Network.


    Transit History of Ontario Communities (L-N)

    l2n-on.html

    2017 Oct 30 13:22
    [Lincoln]

    Lincoln Transit (01 November 2017 - present)

    uLinc (01 November 2017 - present)
    During development the project was refered to as Lincoln Transit. The identity uLinc was selected in a public contest.


    Transit History of Ontario Communities (L-N)

    l2n-on.html

    2017 Nov 12 16:55
    [Lincoln]

    uLinc (01 November 2017 - present)

    uLinc (13 November 2017 - present)


    Transit History of Ontario Communities (L-N)

    l2n-on.html

    2017 Nov 12 23:23
    [Lincoln]


    uLinc logo 2017
    system logo (2017)
    Data source: website


    Transit History of British Columbia Communities (G-O)

    g2o-bc.html

    2017 Nov 18 12:51
    [Hazelton]

    From 20 November 2017 service extended tri-weekly (Tuesday, Thursdays, Saturdays) to Terrace, and tri-weekly (Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays) to Gitwangak. Smithers via Kispiox service also expanded to tri-weekly (Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays).


    Transit History of British Columbia Communities (G-O)

    g2o-bc.html

    2017 Nov 18 20:37
    [Kelowna]

    Lake-Valley Transit (04 July 1974 - July 1977)
    Company formed by the amalgamation of OKML and S-GS (TC75). Succeeded by the KTS.

    Lake Valley Transit [Kelowna] Ellis at CNR c1975 Lake-Valley Transit (04 July 1974 - July 1977)
    Company formed by the amalgamation of OKML and S-GS (Transit Canada 1975). Succeeded by the KTS. (photo: Kelowna Transit).