Visit the Service Notices page for temporary changes to the regular schedule.
Google Maps users can plan a trip with Thunder Bay Transit using Google Transit. As a complementary product of Thunder Bay Transit's trip planning tools, Google Transit combines our planning and scheduling data with Google Maps to create quick and detailed itineraries. Google Maps is available in 40 different languages, and is compatible with screen readers for the visually impaired.
Use Google Maps to plan your trip on Thunder Bay Transit. Simply visit maps.google.com, enter your start and end address, and view the various route/time options. This is also available on your mobile browser or through the Google Maps App.
For live updates for when the next bus is coming to your stop, try our NextLift service. Simply enter the street name, landmark, or bus stop number where you would like to catch the bus, and the website will tell you what routes service that stop and how many minutes until the bus arrives. Please note that this version of the website is in BETA-test, with a full version coming in early spring 2015. If you have any issues with this test site, please send us an email with the issue to firstname.lastname@example.org
|System Route Map PDF||Adobe PDF, 1 page, 4.2 MB|
|System Route Map Link||Open in ISSUU|
|Bus Stops - Map||Open in Google Maps|
|Bus Stops - by number|
|Bus Stops - by name|
|#2 Crosstown (winter schedule)|
|#2 Crosstown (summer schedule)||Adobe PDF, 5 pages, 2.6MB|
|#3C County Park|
|#3J Jumbo Gardens|
|#6 Mission Rd.|
|#10 Chippewa Park (Jul 11- Aug 16)|
|#12 East End|
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