Blue Bus

COVID-19 precautions

Starting July 1, 2021, masks will move from being mandatory to recommended while onboard transit vehicles and vessels, and at bus stops and platforms. This is consistent with the Provincial Health Orders on mandatory masks being lifted.

Transit has been a safe and reliable way to get around our region throughout the pandemic. Over the past year, we have introduced new and improved sanitization measures to keep our customers and employees safe.

More information about COVID-19 precautions

Service changes

West Vancouver’s Blue Bus is part of a regional system. As a sub-contractor to TransLink, Blue Bus service levels are set by TransLink. West Vancouver does not have any discretion in adding or changing service.

TransLink Service Changes


The best way to get current schedules in through the TransLink website. Follow TransLink alerts for service change information

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All bus travel on the North Shore is a 1 zone fare. If transferring from the bus onto the SeaBus or rail, you will need to purchase additional fare on Compass fare media.

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Lost and Found

Lost and found for low-value items:

Blue Bus


Lost and found for high-value items:

West Vancouver Police, 755 16th Street


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Are you an older adult looking for help with getting around Metro Vancouver?

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Teenz Bus It!

All the information teens (and parents) need about taking the bus–from tips to apps to maps!