Government of New Brunswick
The health and safety of our passengers, staff and volunteers is our top priority. ESIC and the provincial transportation committee have implemented protocols and procedures to help limit the spread of COVID-19 and protect everyone’s health and safety.

The New Brunswick Community Transportation Service is a network of non-profit organizations offering equitable community transportation solutions when no affordable and accessible service is available in a community. Drivers are volunteers and are reimbursed for their mileage.

If you are not able to access transportation, we may be able to take you to:

  • Medical appointments
  • Government offices
  • Grocery store, pharmacy and bank
  • Workplace and training
  • Other rides considered important by the volunteer organization

Please note that the services offered may differ from region to region.

Due to the pandemic, some of the transportation services also offer delivery service.
 


To find a transportation service in your region, please consult the map and list below. 

Community-Map

   

Chaleur (Region 6)
Transportation Coopérative
(506) 547-2975

Charlotte County (Region 8)
Charlotte Dial A Ride
(506) 466-4414

Edmundston & North Sector of Madawaska (Region 4)
Connect North West
(506) 475-8619

Kent County (Region 11)
KENT Community Transportation
(506) 523-1239

McAdam (Region 9)
McAdam Transportation
(506) 784-7044

Miramichi/Northumberland (Region 7)
RIC Northumberland CIN
(506) 625-5919

Acadian Peninsula (Region 12)
Déplacement Péninsule
(506) 727-2012

Restigouche (Region 5)
RESTIGOUCHE Community Transportation
(506) 759-8448

Sussex and region (Region 2)
Sussex Dial A Ride
(506) 433-4453

Westmorland – Albert (Region 1)
Urban/Rural Rides (WA Transpo)
(506) 962-3073