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Effective SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 2022 the Ontario Public Health requirement of mandatory masks on public transit will no longer be in place.  

The wearing of masks will be optional for all individuals on Kingston Access Bus vehicles.  

We ask that everybody respect each person's individual choice as to wear a mask or not.  

For more information on Covid procedures at Kingston Access Bus, please click on "Covid-19 procedures" below.  

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Upcoming Stat Holiday Service

Before you book a trip on a stat holiday PLEASE ensure that your destination is in fact open/operating that day.


GOOD FRIDAY (Friday, April 7, 2023):

  • No on-road service and trip reservation office is closed. All service, including standing order trips is cancelled for this day.  

Saturday, April 8th & Sunday, April 9th:

  • Regular on-road service and hours.  All standing order trips remain in place.  

  • Trip reservation office open regular hours

EASTER MONDAY (Monday, April 10th):

  • Limited on-road service and regular hours;

  • For Monday Standing Order Trips:

    • To/from dialysis will be automatically scheduled.  Some changes to times may be required.​

    • To/from all other destinations: passengers who require their standing order trips must call us by Sunday, March 26th to inform that they will need them on Easter Monday.  Some changes to times may be required.  

    • If we do not hear you by March 26th, your standing order trips for Easter Monday will be cancelled.

  • For all other trips, reservations for Easter Monday are accepted starting on March 27th.

  • Trip reservation office will be open on Easter Monday from 7:30am to 11am.

For more information on stat holiday service please click here

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Covid-19 Procedures

Kingston Access Services is committed to our passengers, employees, and the Kingston Community’s safety at all times.  During the COVID 19 pandemic, several temporary policies and procedures have been implemented to keep everybody as safe as possible. We continue to adjust those policies and procedures as the circumstances with the outbreak change.  Here is a summary of those temporary policies and procedures:

Face Coverings:

  • Effective Saturday, June 11, 2022 the Ontario Public Health requirement of mandatory masking on public transit vehicles will cease.  It will be each individuals choice as to wear a mask or not.  We ask that everybody respect each person's individual choice as to wear a mask or not.  

Vehicle cleaning:

  • While on the road all handrails/common touch surfaces on the vehicle are wiped with disinfectant following each passenger.


  • Passengers who have a Covid-19 test are not permitted to use the bus again until they receive a negative test result.

  • Passengers who display symptoms of Covid-19 are not to use the bus.

  • Passengers who are required to isolate due to being a "close contact" cannot use the bus during their isolation period.  

  • Passengers may request alcohol based hand sanitizer from the driver before or upon boarding, and after exiting the vehicle.  

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