St. Thomas Transit

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St. Thomas Transit
StThomas Transit logo.jpg
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Parent Environmental Services,
City of St. Thomas
Headquarters 614 Talbot Street
Locale St. Thomas, Ontario
Service type Bus service, Paratransit
Routes 4 regular
Operator Voyageur Transportation
Website Conventional Transit

St. Thomas Transit Services includes both conventional city transit buses and paratransit vehicles owned by the City of St. Thomas, Ontario and staffed and operated by Voyageur Transportation,[1] who took over the service[2] from Aboutown Transportation on 1 January 2012.[3]

Private companies have provided a variety of transportation services to the city since the introduction of horse drawn street railways in 1879, which were subsequently electrified and ultimately replaced by buses about 1927. Although the city assumed responsibility for transit in the mid-1960s, these bus services have always been privately operated.[4]

The Transit Operational Centre is located downtown at 614 Talbot Street. The stop for Aboutown's Northlink intercity bus service to London and Owen Sound has been relocated to Factory Muffler, 210 Talbot Street.[5] The Northlink service to London was cancelled December 2013.

Scheduled Service

Hours of operation

Monday to Friday 7:15 a.m. to 6:45 p.m., Saturdays from 9:15 a.m. to 6:45 p.m., with no Sunday or holiday service.


Exact cash fare is $2.75 for all riders, with advance tickets costing $2.25 for adults and $1.65 for students, children and seniors, and a monthly pass priced at $70.00 for adults and $60.00 for students, children and seniors.


The central transfer point is located at Talbot Street and First Avenue, across from Wal-Mart which is where all the routes begin and connect.[6]

  • Route 1 - Northside
  • Route 2 - Elgin Mall
  • Route 3 - Talbot
  • Route 4 - Hospital
  • Route 5a - Express Commercial
  • Route 5b - North Student Express
  • Route 5b - South Student Express


People who are physically unable to use the regular transit bus can use this service, but must be registered with the city.


  1. ^ St. Thomas Transit Services, Frequently Asked Questions
  2. ^ Nick Lypaczewski (December 2011). "City says it's About Time to ditch Aboutown". St. Thomas Times-Journal. Retrieved January 2012. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  3. ^ "Voyageur new bus provider". St Thomas Today. Retrieved January 2012. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  4. ^ Canadian Transit Systems: St. Thomas, Ontario
  5. ^ NorthLink 4: London - St. Thomas stop locations
  6. ^ St. Thomas Transit: Full System Ride Guide

External links

  • St. Thomas Transit: Full System Ride Guide
  • Voyageur Transportation web site

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