Transit System Changes - August 2nd, 2016:

Effective August 2nd, 2016, several changes will be made to Woodstock Transit including

  • Extended hours of service on Weekdays and Saturdays (service until 10:00pm)
  • Modifications to the six existing bus routes
  • Fare increases

For more details about the upcoming changes, visit the 2016 Woodstock Transit news release.

Our transit system offers:

  • An environmentally-conscious way to get around town
  • Affordable rates
  • Regularly scheduled routes
  • Conventional and para-transit (accessible transit) options

Hours of service

Conventional transit runs on a 30-minute service loop. To maintain transit services schedules, buses will leave the terminal on time. The following hours are provided for both conventional and para-transit service:

  • Monday to Friday: 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
  • Saturday: 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
  • Sunday: No service

Lost or stolen items

Woodstock Transit is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged bus passes.  The owner is responsible for replacing these items at their expense.


Remembrance Day: Friday, November 11, 2016 - Regular Transit Services

Christmas Schedule:

  • Friday, December 23, 2016 - Regular Transit Services
  • Saturday, December 24, 2016 - Regular Transit Services; however service ends early at 8p.m. (Para-transit dispatch office closes at 5:00p.m.
  • Monday, December 26, 2016 -  NO Transit Services
  • Tuesday, December 27- Saturday, December 31 - Regular Transit Services
  • Monday, January 2, 2016 - Regular Transit Services


November 11, 2016 - #4 Northwest bus will travel up Riddell Street instead of Graham Street during Cenotaph ceremonies

Maps and Schedules

For a general overview map and schedle of our transit routes and fare information view the Woodstock Transit Routes Map.

How to Read the Transit Map

Find out when the bus will be at your nearest stop in three easy steps!

  1. Review the Transit Map to determine the bus route (1-6) closest to you.
  2. Once your bus route is determined, find the route on the bus schedule and locate your nearest bus stop intersection.
  3. Move down the column to find the next time the bus will arrive at your stop.

 Current Transit Fares (Effective August 2, 2016)

Fare Type Single Ride Monthly Pass
Adults $2.50 $60.00
Students (Monthly passes sold during school year only) $2.50 $48.00
STride pass (July-August)
Student transit ride - unlimited rides/transferable
n/a $25.00
Seniors (+60) $2.50 $48.00
Child (under 5)  Free n/a
Veterans pass* see link below Photo ID Pass required Free n/a
Support person* see link below Photo ID Pass required  Free n/a
Group pass (2-5 riders) all day $7.50   n/a
Han-D-ride pass (12 rides) n/a $25.00

*Veterans and support people are eligible for free rides on our transit.

Authorized transit agents

Passes may be purchased at these locations.

Location Adult Pass Senior Pass Student Pass Han-D-Rides Group Pass STride Pass Veteran's Pass Support Person Pass

City Hall
500 Dundas Street

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes n/a Yes
City Engineer's Office / Public Works Building
944 James Street
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes n/a
Woodstock District Community Complex
381 Finkle Street
Yes  Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes n/a n/a
Woodstock Public Library
445 Hunter Street
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes n/a n/a
Southside Aquatics Centre
315 Finkle Street
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes n/a n/a
645 Dundas Street
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes n/a n/a
Shoppers Drug Mart
959 Dundas Street
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes n/a n/a n/a
Shoppers Drug Mart
333 Dundas Street
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes n/a n/a n/a
TD Canada Trust
539 Dundas Street
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes n/a n/a n/a

Southgate Centre
191 Old Wellington Street

Yes Yes Yes  Yes Yes Yes n/a n/a
Fanshawe College
369 Finkle Street
n/a  n/a Yes n/a n/a  Yes n/a n/a
St. Mary's High School
431 Juliana Drive
n/a n/a Yes n/a n/a Yes n/a n/a

Woodstock Transit Study

View our Reports, Plans, Budgets and Studies page for study reports, public open house meeting and more


For information regarding chartering a city bus, please contact our Transit Supervisor.


Our buses are equipped with the following accessibility features:

  • Kneel to street level and an extendable ramp
  • Highly visible destination sign
  • Loudspeaker at the front door
  • Lighted step wells with high contrast markings
  • Yellow grab bars
  • Priority seating
  • Low reflection, high friction flooring to prevent slips
  • Lowered stop cords and push buttons
  • 2 wheelchair compartments
  • Interior audible/visual 'call-outs' and stop requests

The bus stop plates indicate time of arrival, route number and a contact number for information and have contrasting colours for higher visibility.