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Kenora Transit

Kenora Transit
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Founded 1993
Locale Kenora, Ontario
Service type bus service, paratransit
Routes 3
Fleet 2
Operator Excel Coach Lines[1]
Website Transit Services

Kenora Transit is a small public transportation system in the city of Kenora in Northwestern Ontario, Canada, close to the Manitoba border and less than 200 kilometres (120 mi) east of Winnipeg. Service consists of three bus routes which operate between 7:00am and 6:30pm on weekdays, with a later start on Saturdays. There is no transit service on Sundays or public holidays.[2] Handi Transit provides transportation for residents who are unable to access the regular transit bus.

Routes

  • Pine Crest
  • Keewatin
  • Lakeside / East Highway

Fleet

Make Model Year Fleet No. Notes
ElDorado National Aero Access 2005 501
ElDorado National EZ Rider II 2006 502

References

External links

  • Transit History of Kenora, Ontario
  • Transithub Kenora Transit Photo Gallery
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