Transit

The Town of Lincoln's Public Transit - uLinc

About uLinc

  • uLinc was introduced in November 2017 and has since transitioned from a pilot project to a permanent service
  • uLinc connects residents of Beamsville, Vineland and Jordan with medical clinics, shopping centres, and community services 
  • The bus is fully accessible and can accommodate two wheelchairs, two bicycles (on a bike rack on the front of the bus), and storage space for walkers and portable grocery carts
     

Fares

  • As of April 1, 2019, transit riders will pay a $1 exact fare per ride to the bus driver
  • Please ensure you pay with exact change as bus drivers will be unable to provide change
     

Transit Pass 

  • Riders can purchase a Transit Pass which is valid for 11 rides and costs $10
  • Transit Passes are available for purchase at:
    • Town Hall 
    • Fleming Centre
    • Lincoln Museum & Cultural Centre
    • On the bus, from the bus driver 
  • Please note that lost, damaged, or stolen transit cards ARE NOT replaced or refunded
  • Children 5 years and under and CNIB holders ride for free
     

Why Transit in Lincoln?

  • Transit systems are an important element of complete communities, they promote equity among the Town’s residents by ensuring access to reliable, affordable transportation to access to many vital areas around town

  • Public transit is key to community livability and sustainability
     

Background reports and presentations:

Sept. 19, 2018, Committee of the Whole Presentation (PW 18-23) 
Sept. 19, 2018, Committee of the Whole Report (PW 18-23)
Town of Lincoln Transit Pilot report #1
Town of Lincoln Transit Pilot update report #2
Transit Pilot Presentation
Town of Lincoln Transit Operating Service RFP Results

 

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