- Brockville Transit
Infobox Bus transit
name = Brockville Transit
logo_size = 72
headquarters = 1 King Street West
service_area = urban area
bus service, paratransit
routes = 3
operator = Brockville Operations Dept. [ [http://www.city.brockville.on.ca/departments.cfm?PA=Dept&DE=7 Brockville Operations Department] ]
website = [http://www.city.brockville.on.ca/faq.cfm?PA=FAQ&FAQ=133 Transit FAQ]
Brockville Transit is a small public transit system which covers the urban area of the City of Brockville [ [http://www.brockville.com/master.cfm?ID=138 Brockville.com Local Bus Service] ] on the
St. Lawrence Riverin Ontario, Canada.
Transit services currently operate between Monday and Saturday, with no Sunday or holiday service. All three conventional bus routes travel between the Court House in downtown and the box stores on Parkedale Avenue East. Each route encompasses a different area of the city and takes a slightly different path in the opposite direction to provide greater coverage to the community. Buses are scheduled to take half an hour between terminii and an hour to complete their loop.
Hours of operation
Monday to Friday 6:45 a.m. to 6:15 p.m., Saturday from 8:45 a.m. to 6:15 p.m., with no Sunday or holiday service.
Effective September 10, 2007 the Cash Fare is $2.00, with a book of 10 Tickets costing $15.00 and a Monthly Pass priced at $55.00. Children 5 years and under travel free with an adult.
*GREEN BUS - Court House, Brockville General Hospital, St. Mary High School, Brockville Shopping Centre, 1000 Islands Mall, Box Stores, St. Lawrence College, Memorial Centre, Brockville Shopping Centre, Brockville General Hospital, Court House.
*BLUE BUS - Court House, Brockville Shopping Centre, Kensington Plaza, Ecole Ange-Gabriel, Box Stores, and a slightly different route between the same places on the return to the Court House.
*RED BUS - Court House, St. Lawrence Lodge, Brockville General Hospital, via Reynolds Dr, Box Stores, BCI & Brockville General Hospital, Museum, Brockville Arts Centre, to King St West at Centre St and return via Cedar St and Brock St, Post Office, Court House
Para transit services are intended for persons with a disability that prevents them from climbing or descending the steps used in conventional transit buses or are unable to walk a distance of more than 175 metres. [ [http://www.city.brockville.on.ca/forms/ptraneligform.pdf Para Transit Eligibility Form] ] All eligible users must be registered and approved to use the service.
Hours of operation are Monday through Wednesday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 pm.
* [http://www.city.brockville.on.ca/forms/bus071121.pdf Brockville Transit Map]
* [http://www.city.brockville.on.ca/forms/busstop2007.pdf Brockville bus stop times]
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