The Squamish Transit System is run in partnership with BC Transit and service is provided by our local operators Diversified Transportation Ltd. For a list of routes, schedules, up-to-date rider notices and service changes check out the BC Transit Website
Together we encourage you to be a transit hero.
Squamish has four main routes that connect Valleycliffe, Garibaldi Highlands, Garibaldi Estates and Brackendale to Downtown Squamish with low-rise, fully accessible conventional buses that are wheelchair, scooter, bicycle and stroller friendly. Stops are located throughout the community. Check out this map to find your closest stop.
The Squamish Transit System also offers handyDART transit, a shared door-to-door service for registered riders with permanent or temporary disabilities that prevent them from using fixed-route transit without assistance from another person. If a handyDART trip cannot be accommodated either because of capacity or scheduling issues, the handyDART operator will book a taxi trip through the Taxi Supplement Program for the rider, at the same cost as a one-way handyDART trip. HandyDART hours of operation, a booking number and application forms are available online.
Conventional bus service currently operates seven days a week including holidays. HandyDART service is offered Monday to Friday.
The District of Squamish works actively with BC Transit to improve the frequency, accessibility and reliability of the Squamish Transit System. New changes were made in fall 2013 which included extended hours of service, Sunday and holiday service, as well as a new commuter route added from Tantalus Road to downtown. For further information please check out the Squamish Transit Service Effectiveness Review.
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District of Squamish aims to combat ‘build first ask permission later’ mentality with new surcharge
Initiating work in Squamish without a permit now comes with a costly consequence.
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Squamish Murals Project aims to bring colour and creativity to public spaces
Public spaces throughout Squamish will soon be transformed into permanent works of art thanks to a new public art project...