The Answer

APTA ( is the only association in North America that represents all modes of public transportation, including bus, paratransit, light rail, commuter rail, subways, waterborne services, and intercity and high-speed passenger rail. More than 90 percent of the people using public transportation in the United States and Canada ride APTA member systems. FACEBOOK POST QUESTION: One person riding the bus for a 32 km commute reduces their annual CO2 emissions by 20 pounds per day. How much CO2 would two full HSAT buses save each year? Combined, HSAT buses travel 582,141 km annually! Hint: Our two buses each carry Read More

Bike Handling Note

The buses Huron Shores Area Transit uses regularly can store up to two bikes per bus. Passengers need to be able to load/unload and secure the bike themselves. There is a sticker on the bike rack with handy instructions on how to safely load, secure and unload the bike. Drivers can help with verbal guidance only, they are not permitted to load the bike for you. There is no additional charge for transporting your bike and bike storage is on a first come, first served basis.  Voyago is not responsible for loss, damage or theft of bikes; transportation of Read More


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A Day Out With The Kids

A Day Out With The Kids If the kids are driving you crazy, you may need to get them out of the house for the day. Here are a few suggestions of places to go in London and Sarnia that you can get to by Huron Shores Area Transit. Download these day trips as a PDF. We have created these trips using London Transit information. Before you head out for the day, it would be a good idea to confirm bus schedule times in case there are any changes from what we’ve published here. Stones & Bones Museum 223 Read More

Rider Tips & Safety

Be Seen Please wait at the Bus Stop Signs, so drivers will be sure to see you! Standing several feet away from the bus stop sign does not indicate you are waiting for the bus – you could be just waiting for a friend – and the driver will not see you. Ensure you are visible when the bus arrives. Be Safe Never run after the bus. You may slip and fall or be hit by a vehicle. Never walk directly in front of or behind a stopped bus, where drivers may not be able to see you. Keep Read More