Once you are in Squamish, getting around Via Squamish Transit is convenient, easy and affordable. Enjoy our locals guide to Squamish Transit to make the most out of your bus trip – with all the information you need and more.
Squamish has four routes that connect the main communities of Valleycliff, the Highlands, The Estates ( lower highlands) and Brakendale with Downtown Squamish.
The buses are all low rise and fully accessible for wheelchair, bikes, and strollers. Squamish transit bus services currently operates seven days a week including holidays. When you are ready to plan your trip: Check out the Squamish transit link and plan your trip.
For information on how to get to Squamish from Vancouver or Whistler Connect with the following transportation companies
Squamish Transit Routes & Map
Squamish Transit Schedule
For the most update Squamish transit schedule and trip planning tools please follow the link below:
Squamish Transit Tips:
- Arrive at bus stops early – No one like to run after the bus!
- Have your ticket or correct fair ready before boarding
- Be courteous to your neighbors
Riding the Squamish Bus:
- Most bikes can be accommodated on all BC transit buses.
- Remove all saddlebags and child careers from bike before you arrive.
PETS ON BOARD:
- Small pets are allowed in secure hand held carriers
- Assistant animals are always welcome
PARCELS AND LUGGAGE:
- Luggage, bags and sports equipment are welcome – just do not obstruct the isle for other passengers
FOOD & BEVERAGE:
- All food must be in a closed and spill proof container
- No open alcohol
- Take your garbage with you when you leave
- Adults – $1.75
- Senior – $1.50
- Student – $1.50
- Children under 4 – free
Ticket & Pass Pick up Locations:
- Municipal Hall, 37955-2nd Avenue
- Brennan Park Recreation Centre, 1009 Centennial Way
- Walmart (passes only), 39210 Discovery Way
- Quest University Canada Book Store, 3200 University Boulevard (tickets and college monthly passes only)