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Corner Brook Transit

Corner Brook Transit
Service area Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador
Service type bus service
Routes 2
Operator Murphy Brothers Bus Lines
Website CBT

Corner Brook Transit is a provider of public transportation to the residents of [1]

The transit agency has recently instituted a [2] Cost for a ride on CBT is $2.50 for adults and $1.25 for children.


  • 5[1] Curling and Grenfell/Windsor/Plaza/Murphy Square - combines former Routes 1 & 2
  • 6[2] Country/Pratt/Grenfell and Humber/Murphy Square - combines former Routes 3 & 4

Former routes

  • 1 Curling - via O’Connell Drive, Petries Street, and Curling Street
  • 2 Humber Heights - via Humber Road, Park Street, West Valley Road, Brookfield Avenue, Murphy Square, and Premier Drive
  • 3 West End - via Country Road, O’Connell Drive, Elizabeth Street, and University Drive
  • 4 Sir Wilfred Grenfell College - via Corner Brook Plaza, Murphy Square, and East Valley Road


External links

  • News article on CBT
  • CBT homepage
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