Brantford Transit returns to half-hour service and full ridership

In close consultation with the Brant County Health Unit, and consistent with the City’s gradual approach to safely reopening services to the public, today, the City announces that effective September 8, 2020, Brantford Transit has once again returned to half-hour service from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Monday to Saturday. Ridership limits on buses have also been lifted with a return to full seating capacity.

The health and safety of our riders and staff continues to be our main priority, therefore, ensuring more space for riders on buses continues to be a key part of Brantford Transit's recovery plan.

Riders are reminded that under the Mandatory Face Covering By-law, wearing a face covering is required in enclosed public indoor spaces in the City of Brantford, including all public transit. Riders are also encouraged to use their B-Card to pay fares as a form of touchless payment.

Stay Vigilant

The City of Brantford stresses that all residents and businesses play a very significant role in successfully reopening our community safely. Please continue to follow these important COVID-19 guidelines to keep yourself and others in our community safe:

  • Wash your hands frequently, avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth, cover coughs or sneezes, clean and disinfect surfaces and stay home if you are sick.
  • Wear a face covering (non-medical mask), such as a cloth mask in all public enclosed indoor spaces to reduce the risk of transmission and practice physical distancing (6 ft apart from others) in public at all times.

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