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Port Hope Transit

Port Hope Transit
Parent Municipality of Port Hope
Headquarters 346 Ward Street
Locale Port Hope, ON
Service area Urban area
Service type Bus service
Routes 3
Operator Coach Canada[1]
Website Public Works, Transit

Port Hope Transit is the local bus service provider in the Municipality of Port Hope, Ontario, which is located on the north shore of Lake Ontario about 109 kilometres (68 mi) east of Toronto. With a population of only 16,390 people in 2006, this is one of the few smaller communities in the province with a fully funded public transit system.

Two regular routes serve the community with an additional inter-municipal shuttle service to Northumberland Mall and Northumberland Hills Hospital in Cobourg, which connects with the Cobourg Transit system.[2] Hours of operation are Monday to Friday from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm and on Saturday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, with no service on Sundays or holidays. The cash fare is $2.00 for adults and $1.50 for seniors or children younger than 18, with preschoolers riding for free. A 30-day pass costs $50 for adults and $30 for students and seniors.[3]

Transfers to and from Cobourg Transit can be made for $1.00.


  • A- (west side loop)
  • B- (east side loop)
  • Port Hope-Coburg (intermunicipal service)


  • 2 x 2008 IC Bus LC Series International MaxxForce 801-802
  • 1 x 2012 Chevrolet/Arboc G4500/SOM23D GM Duramax 803


External links

  • Port Hope Transit - Route Map

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