A Regional Bus Service For All!
Public transit comes to Bluewater, Kettle & Stony Point First Nation, Lambton Shores, North Middlesex and South Huron.
Get where you want to go with Huron Shores Area Transit bus service! This affordable bus system is designed to provide residents with affordable transportation options within the region, connecting our local towns and villages and hamlets to one another and to Sarnia and London.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I travel with Huron Shores Area Transit?
Four routes provide access to and from Sarnia, Forest, Kettle & Stony Point First Nation, Grand Bend, Bayfield, Dashwood, Exeter, Hensall, Zurich, Huron Park, Parkhill, Ailsa Craig, Strathroy and London.
See the Schedules, Routes & Map page for more information.
Does bad weather affect service?
The buses may not operate in unsafe road conditions caused by inclement weather. Call 1-888-465-0783 to inquire about service cancelations. A live operator is available from 9am to 5pm daily.
Does my support person have to pay?
A support person may travel free of charge when accompanying someone with a disability who has an identified medical requirement for support.
Are pets allowed on the bus?
Passengers with disabilities who are accompanied by their service animal are welcome on our vehicles. Service animals must be clearly identified (such as by a vest or harness), and must be in the care and control of their owner at all times.
All other pets must be in a pet carrier at all times while on board.
Can I bring my bike?
At this time we cannot guarantee that the bus picking you up has a bike rack. Although our service contractor has been working hard on this issue, we are experiencing the pandemic’s affect on product availability and shipping timelines.
How is this service being funded?
Huron Shores Area Transit is made possible through an Ontario Community Transportation Grant (CTA program) of $2-million. The grant program supports local and intercommunity bus service in areas unserved or underserved by public transit, making transit within and between communities a reality. The program will make it more convenient for Ontarians, including seniors, students, youths, persons with disabilities and others to access essential services in their communities, connect with other transportation services, and travel between cities and towns. To learn more about the CT Pilot Program, you can contact the Ministry of Transportation at: 1-800-268-4686 or 416-235-4686 or email: CTProgram@ontario.ca