Squamish Transit

Thank you to all Squamish Transit customers who participated in the transit fare promotion. Fares returned to regular pricing as of January 1, 2023.

2022 Squamish Transit Future Action Plan

In 2020, the District of Squamish began working with BC Transit to develop a Transit Future Action Plan. The Plan builds off the previous Sea to Sky Transit Future Plan (2015). It identifies short and medium-term service and infrastructure priorities for the Squamish local transit system and was supported by Squamish Council in June 2022. Read the Transit Future Action Plan. To understand current and future transit needs, extensive engagement was conducted. Find the Squamish Transit Future Action Plan Engagement Report on our Master Plans and Strategies page.

Please note that some expansions proposed in the 2022 Transit Future Action Plan have been delayed due to the availability of the Provincial funding contribution. 

 For the most up to date information on routes, schedules, fares, and more, check out the BC Transit Squamish page. The Rider's Guide is also available here

To see the next bus to your stop, check out NextRide Squamish. You can search by the street or stop number to find your nearest stop. Real time schedules are also available through the Google Maps App. 

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. Check out the Rider's Info and Rider's Guide for more information on how to ride the bus. Conventional bus service currently operates seven days a week including holidays. 

Bus fare can be paid in cash on the bus, or tickets and passes can be purchased in advance. 

They are available at:

  • Municipal Hall, 37955 Second Avenue
  • Brennan Park Recreation Centre, 1009 Centennial Way
  • Nesters Market, 710 - 1200 Hunter Place
  • Walmart (passes only), 39210 Discovery Way


For tools to help K-5 students learn to ride the bus, Kids Ride the Bus has tools and resources. 


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. HandyDART hours of operation, a booking number and application forms are available online. To register to become a new handyDART user click here.

The handyDART service is offered Monday to Friday.

Transit Planning

BC Transit and the District of Squamish are continually working to improve our transit system. This includes increasing frequency, modifying or adding routes, and improving bus stops. Improvements are guided by transit planning processes. 

Loading a Bike on the Bus

To help make getting around without a car easier, all BC Transit buses are fitted with a bike rack that can carry up to 2 bikes at a time. See the image below on how to load and unload your bike. Before getting off the bus, be sure to inform the driver you will be unloading your bike. 


To contact the local transit operator, or provide feedback on the transit service, please use the contact page