About Kingston Transit
About Kingston Transit
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Owned and operated by the Corporation of the City of Kingston, Kingston Transit provides local and express public transit service 7 days a week to the urban areas of Kingston and local service to the neighbouring community of Amherstview. We operate 23 routes with additional service added during morning and afternoon peak-hour commute. Since incorporation in 1962, Kingston Transit has increased coverage, fleet, and frequency of service resulting in a current annual ridership of over 6.8 million trips.
Kingston Transit is committed to offering accessible transit service, to implementing the service offerings and enhancements as identified in the Transit Business Plan 2017-21, and is dedicated to high standards of customer service. We work to ensure that our passengers' travel experience is convenient and stress free.
Report a lost or found item
Lost item pick-up:
1181 John Counter Blvd.
Weekdays 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Respect is a mutual thing
Kingston Transit is committed to providing a safe trip for our riders and a safe working environment for our bus operators. We ask that you treat our bus operators and buses with respect.
Our bus operators do their best to ensure that passengers arrive at their destinations safely and on time. However, road construction, inclement weather or traffic congestion may occasionally impact route schedules.
Your patience and understanding during these circumstances are appreciated.
Have you had a memorable experience with a bus operator? Let us know by providing operator feedback.
Park & Ride
Kingston Transit provides Park & Ride locations for customers who wish to park their vehicles and ride the bus the rest of the way to their destination. Free parking at the following locations is available on a first come first serve basis.
- Kingston Gospel Temple
- Centre 70 arena
- Innovation Drive
- INVISTA Centre
- Jim Beattie Park
- Montreal Street and Hwy 401
Kingston Transit publishes its data on schedules and routes in the General Transfer Feed Specification (GTFS) format for developers to build their own mobile applications by promoting the use of transit-related information.
For more information visit the Open Data Catalogue.
To start using this data, read and agree to the City's Data Licensing Agreement.
Should you have any questions or comments about conditions for usage, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be advised that the City and Kingston Transit provide no technical support for developers.