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Last updated - August 10, 2020

The Info Centre is closed . Please continue to visit the transit website for updates.  To reload passes please visit one of our sales outlets.  Brandon Shoppers Mall, Soebys West, City Hall, or Safeway.  


Last Updated - May 7, 2020


The Transit Information Centre will be re-opened on Monday, April 27, 2020.  It will be open Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  And closed between 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m.

The City of Brandon has begun a unique retrofit of its transit bus fleet in order to be able to return to regular transit fare collection as of Friday, May 1st. All 17 regular buses in Brandon Transit’s fleet are being outfitted with a plexiglass partition in order to create a safe separation between bus operators and passengers at the front of the bus. As of Friday, May 1st, Brandon Transit users will, once again, be expected to board the bus through the front door and present fare for SMART Card or cash fare collection at that time.

Please note, Sobeys West and the Info Centre are currently the only locations open for reloads.

Brandon Transit is asking all transit customers to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in Brandon, by following these recommendations to help protect yourself and others:

  • Cover your cough and sneeze with a tissue or cough/sneeze in to your arm, not your hand
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
  • When possible, practice social distancing (ideally 2 meters)
  • Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water, or use hand sanitizer 

At this time Brandon Transit service has not been impacted by ongoing responses to COVID-19 (coronavirus). The entire transit fleet is cleaned at the end of each night of service and staff have been instructed to use additional sanitizing methods as required.

For more information on COVID-19 visit 

NEW MAPLE LEAF ROUTE - Starting April 27, 2020

Please be advised that an additional industrial route has been added to Brandon Transit service.  As of Monday, April 27, 2020, this temporary route will offer service between 4:30 a.m. and 5:30 a.m.  The bus will do a one hour loop around the city before ending at Maple Leaf.


Click here for a map of the NEW industrial H route.


Please be advised that an additional industrial route has been added to Brandon Transit service.  As of Monday, May 11, 2020, late night take home will now have two pick up times.  One at 12:00 a.m. and one at 1:15 a.m.  Normal take home procedures will continue.


Click here to find out what new and exciting projects are happening in Transit!

NOTE: The Info Centre has now relocated to the newly renovated Transit Information Centre on the east side of the Transit Terminal at 21 8th Street.  The entrance to the building will be located next to the crosswalk.  The location at the top of the Transit Terminal will be closed.

General Information

  1. Passengers are requested to deposit the correct fare upon boarding the bus.
  2. Schedule times may vary due to the Road, Weather or Traffic conditions.
  3. Passengers are to refrain from smoking while on the bus.
  4. For safety reasons, passengers are requested not to put arms or hands out of the Transit bus windows.
  5. Passengers are asked to please exit buses via rear door only.
  6. For safety reasons, passengers are to remain behind the yellow line while the bus is in motion.

*Please note Route 16 & 19 are no longer in service.  

Rear Door Helps

Once you have pulled the cord to let the driver know you want to get off at the next stop, prepare to leave by the rear door. This keeps things moving smoothly.

Route Identification

The destination signs used by the Brandon Transit consists of a route number and area to which a vehicle is going. The destination sign is located on the upper front of the bus and the same tour names listed in the schedules.

How to Ride the Bus

When you board a Transit Bus move to the rear and find yourself a seat (those boarding after will appreciate it).  All buses have preferred seating for the elderly, people with disabilities and infirm. This area or seats are marked by a National Symbol. Strollers and umbrellas should be folded and parcels kept close at hand or under the seat. If you have to stand please hold on to the overhead rails provided.

Pets on City Transit Buses Policy

Definition: Any animal kept by human beings as a source of companionship and pleasure.

Policy: Guide dogs for the visually impaired, hearing impaired and special needs dogs required by passengers for independent travel, are permitted on a bus provided they are fitted with a proper harness. All dogs must be kept off the seats. Small pets that are kept inside a proper cage or carrier will be permitted on a bus, provided the owner can safely store the container while onboard. Large dogs or other pets that could pose a threat to Brandon Transit patrons, are not permitted on City buses.

Brandon Transit Operators may refuse service at any time, with any pet, should the operator feel an unsafe environment exists for other patrons on the bus.


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