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Summation of adjustments for period starting
Wednesday, November 23, 2016

MONCTON – Beginning on Wednesday, November 23, 2016, adjustments will be made to some routes, while others will return to their regular routes due to the opening of the new transfer site on Plaza Boulevard

50-Red Line: Due to time restraints, this line will no longer enter the Université de Moncton’s campus. At present, we have lines 64, 64B, 61 and 61B directly serving the Université de Moncton. Passengers on the 50-Red Line coming in from Plaza Blvd will need to transfer to line 61-Elmwood at CF Champlain to get to U de M. This line will return to the north side (Walmart) bus layby. (Route Map)

51 Green Line & 62 Hilldegard: Both these lines will return to their regular routes and will arrive and depart from the north side (Walmart) bus layby on Plaza Blvd.(#51 Route Map)(#62 Route Map)

65-Killam: This line will still depart from the south side (Best Buy) bus layby on Plaza Blvd. After leaving the layby it will turn right on Mapleton, Kendra, Katherine, Noel, MacBeath, Mountain, Killam, Purdy, Mapleton, Trinity, Cineplex, Trinity, Mountain, Plaza stopping at the south side (Best Buy) bus layby on Plaza Blvd. (Route Map)

70-Mapleton: Will depart from the south side (Best Buy) bus layby on Plaza Blvd. After leaving the layby it will turn left on Mapleton, Trans-Canada Highway, Gorge, Crandall University, Gorge, Mountain, Evergreen, Glencairn, Lonsdale, Mountain, Wheeler, Carson, Plaza, stopping at the north side (Walmart) bus layby where it starts its 71-Coliseum trip. The 70-Mapleton will no longer travel to the Cineplex. (Route Map)

71-Coliseum: This bus will depart from the north side (Walmart) bus layby on Plaza Blvd. and take Mountain, Watson, Gilbert, Birchmount, Ayer, Killam, Berry Mills, Bingham, Berry Mills, Horsman, Ryan, Hildegard, Larforge, Pasadena, Mountain, Plaza, stopping at the south side (Best Buy) bus layby on Plaza Blvd. where it will start its 70-Mapleton trip. The 71-Coliseum will no longer travel to the Cineplex. (Route Map)



Codiac Transpo fares to increase effective January 2nd 

MONCTON – Codiac Transpo will be increasing its rates effective January 2nd, 2017 as part of a five year rate structure, which is outlined below.

Year  Cash 

Monthly Pass


Monthly Pass


10 Ride

Punch Pass

20   Ride    Punch Pass

2017   $2.50  $63  $48  $20  $38
2018  $2.50  $64  $49  $21  $39
2019  $2.75  $65  $50  $22  $40
2020  $2.75  $66  $51  $23  $41
2021  $3.00  $67  $52  $24  $42


Cash fares will increase 0.25 cents in 2017, 2019 and 2021. Passes will each increase by $1 per year. 

This marks the first fare increase in five years. Despite the increases for 2017, Codiac Transpo will continue to have the lowest fares in New Brunswick.

Codiac Transpo will continue to provide free service on Wednesdays to all seniors age 65 and older, discounts on monthly passes to seniors and students, free service to children age 5 and under, CNIB cardholders/attendants, as well as reduced day care rates. 
For complete Transit fare information, including pass sales locations, please visit codiactranspo.ca or call 857-2008 week days between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. or by email at info@codiactranspo.ca. 



Lowering of Buses
When temperatures reach -5 degrees Celsius, lowering the buses can cause a failure in the air system, and is generally avoided. Exceptions, for customers with mobility challenges, can be made at the supervisor’s discretion.

Winter Weather Notice
Please be advised that while bus stops with shelters are all cleared of snow, bus stops without shelters are only cleared of snow in high traffic areas or to alleviate safety concerns.  If a bus stop without a shelter has not been cleared, the bus will stop and pick up the waiting public in the nearest cleared driveway.



The Bus is Better

We don’t have to tell you what you already know… the bus IS better! There’s nothing like taking your own stretch limo to your destination throughout Greater Moncton. And for only $2.25 per ride, it’s perfect for your budget and so convenient!

And what makes the bus better? How about free WiFi for starters! Not to mention that taking the bus means taking away the worry of parking. It means you’ve got a reliable ride taking you where you need to be. It means you can relax and enjoy the ride while our friendly drivers take you from point A to point B in a safe and warm environment. Who knows, maybe you’ll make a new friend or two!

So start planning your next trip! The bus will be even better with you on board!




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Check out the Schedules page to help plan your trip with us or if you need help call our information helpline at 857-2008, Monday to Friday, between  7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.  No telephone service on Saturday and Sunday.




Seniors 65+ ride free on Wednesdays 

Proof of age required.


Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) card holders can travel for free on all Codiac Transpo buses. As sight loss differs from person to person, bus operators may request that a customer show their CNIB card. 


Where a person who has any disability or special need that requires an attendant to travel with them, the attendant shall travel for free.







The following is the list of holidays throughout the year on which no public transit service will be available:

• New Year's Day

• Good Friday

• Easter Sunday

• Victoria Day

• Canada Day

• New Brunswick Day

• Labour Day

• Thanksgiving Day

• Remembrance Day

• Christmas Day

• Boxing Day