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Ride Norfolk is now on Google Transit!

January 19, 2021 – Plan your Ride Norfolk trip on Google Maps – Transit! Easily find connections to T:GO, Brantford Transit and GO Transit in just a few clicks.

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Ride Norfolk is part of the Southwest Community Transit Association

September 8, 2020 – www.simcoereformer.ca/news/local-news/all-aboard-public-transit-system 

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Fare collection resumes Tuesday August 4th; Masks are mandatory while on-board

Please be considerate of fellow riders and our drivers.  Masks are available if needed. Please use the hand sanitizer on the vehicle prior to boarding.

For more information regarding Ride Norfolk’s transportation services please visit norfolkcounty.ca/transit.

To learn more about COVID-19’s impact on Norfolk County’s programs and services, visit norfolkcounty.ca/covid-19.

 

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South Coast Shuttle postpones 2020 season

May 27, 2020, Simcoe, ON – Norfolk County has postponed its extended weekend Ride Norfolk service, known as the South Coast Shuttle, for the 2020 season due to COVID-19.

The seasonal, weekend bus service would typically travel to many additional locations that have been impacted by the Province’s emergency orders, including beaches, restaurants, breweries and wineries which cannot currently offer seating.Regular Ride Norfolk Monday to Friday services will continue to operate.

Additionally, the Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit continues to ask potential visitors to put off travelling to the area, in an effort to prevent the further spread of COVID-19 in the community.

For more information regarding Ride Norfolk’s transportation services please visit norfolkcounty.ca/transit.

To learn more about COVID-19’s impact on Norfolk County’s programs and services, visit norfolkcounty.ca/covid-19.

 

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Ride Norfolk response to COVID-19 virus

Our vehicles are now equipped with face masks, disposable gloves and both disinfectant spray and wipes.

Based on the current information, we will be spraying the buses at each library stop and wiping main touch surfaces like railings, handles, etc. This will require all passengers to disembark the bus at the library each run for a few minutes.  Passengers with a cough will be asked to wear a mask. Drivers will have discretion to wear masks and gloves.

If you have travelled outside the country or are sick, DO NOT use Ride Norfolk.

In respecting social distancing, users must leave an empty seat between themselves and other riders. In the event a bus is at ‘capacity’, riders will need to wait for the next bus.

To reduce transmission of viruses, wash your hands often, avoid touching your face with unwashed hands, cough and sneeze into a sleeve, and avoid close contact with people who are sick.

Ride Norfolk is taking the necessary precautions for the health of our riders and our drivers.

 

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No Fare Charged

Effective Monday March 23rd, Ride Norfolk will not be charging fares until at least April 6th as our ticket retail locations are closed. For more information visit: https://www.norfolkcounty.ca/news/ride-norfolk-giving-users-a-break-on-fees/

 

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