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TransLink Ford E-Series HandyDART bus

HandyDART is an accessible transit service in British Columbia that uses vans or small buses to transport disabled or elderly passengers who cannot use the normal transit system. This service provides door-to-door service and is available in all of the province’s larger centres, as well as in many smaller communities.


  • BC Transit 1
  • Metro Vancouver 2
    • Roster 2.1
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

BC Transit

BC Transit operates 16 Custom Transit (handyDART) Systems[1]

Metro Vancouver

In Metro Vancouver many of the contractors are not-for-profit companies and for-profit companies like MVT Canada.


  • Ford Cut-Away Vans - modified mini buses (Ford E350 chassis)
  • modified vans (Ford Econoline)

Accessibility is also linked with other modes of transit on TransLink:

See also


  1. ^ BC Transit Service Plan 2005-2008

External links

  • TransLink HandyDART Home Page
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