Moncton’s first public transit system began in 1896 when electric streetcars operated downtown at a cost of $0.25 per trip. Moncton City Council established Codiac Transpo as a wholly owned city department on August 1, 1980.
Come ride with us. It’s your bus!
The City of Moncton's Department of Public Transit operates under the name of Codiac Transpo. The department is responsible for providing residents with a safe, efficient urban public transportation service. Together with it's partners - the City of Dieppe and the Town of Riverview - Codiac services a population of 130,000 people in the Metro area.
To facilitate greater mobility, Codiac Transpo is the first transit system in North America to be 100% WIFI and the first in Canada to have it's entire fleet equipped with bike racks.