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Holiday Schedule

  • Monday, May 23 - Transit will run weekend service for Victoria Day.

Temporary Free Transit

Effective immediately, the City is temporarily waiving transit fees until July 1 to encourage ridership and reduce peak-time traffic congestion.

Did you already purchase a bus pass for May? May passes can be used for the full month of July after the free period ends.

Detour in effect for Route 5

Due to the escarpment slide on April 30, Robert Service Way is closed until further notice. Route 5 to and from Lobird will now detour along Second Avenue, Fourth Avenue, and Two Mile Hill.

Sunday transit service

Sunday bus service will follow established Saturday routes, schedules, and timings. There is also bus service on recognized Yukon Public Holidays. This means Whitehorse public transit will be operating 363 days a year, with the exception of Christmas and New Year’s Day.

Transit mobile apps

Now you can buy your bus pass from anywhere! Through the Token Transit app, riders can purchase their bus pass on their smartphones and board the bus by showing the driver the pass on their phone.

No cash. No card. No contact. Download the app today from tokentransit.com/app.

We also have Ride Systems, a transit real-time scheduling app that allows riders to track their bus. Stay up-to-date with your bus and plan your trip accordingly.

Save time by spending less of it at the bus stop! Download the app from Google Play and the App Store, or use your browser at https://mobile.ridesystems.net/.

Bike and bus

Whitehorse Transit can make commuting by bike easy. Every bus can carry two bikes on its front rack, and during non-peak hours you can request permission to bring your bike on the bus.

Use of Masks

As of Friday, March 18, wearing a mask on Whitehorse Transit is strongly recommended.

Riders exempt from this requirement include:

  • Anyone with an underlying medical condition or disability which inhibits the ability to wear a mask or face covering;
  • Persons unable to place or remove a mask covering without assistance;
  • Children under 5 years of age; and
  • Police or first responders in an emergency.

Riders will be expected to bring their own masks for their journey.

The City of Whitehorse urges everyone to do their part and follow the Safe 6 plus 1.

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Contact Transit

In Person: Whitehorse Operations Building
187 Range Road
Y1A 4V1
Phone: 867-668-8396
Email: transit@whitehorse.ca
Mail: Transit Services
2121 Second Avenue
Whitehorse, YT Y1A 1C2