Information on special fares, including special fares for B.C. Seniors who present their Gold Care Card.
Eligibility and contact information for the universal bus pass available to low-income seniors and persons with a disability.
Information on Drivers Medical Fitness for persons who have a medical condition that could affect their ability to drive, or are 80 years of age and over. Scroll down the page to the section head, Why have I been asked to complete a driver's medical examination form?
Information on transportation for people who cannot use regular transit.
Information on the HandyCard and its transportation benefits. Available to residents of the Vancouver Regional District who have a permanent physical or cognitive disability, that is sufficiently severe that they are unable to use conventional transit without assistance. Includes application for the HandyCard in pdf format.
Information on the program and purchasing taxi saver tickets through local handyDART offices.
Volunteer Transportation Services
Burnaby Seniors Transportation Service
Volunteer transportation service to medical appointments. Return fare is $6 for travel within Burnaby and $8 for travel to New Westminster or Vancouver. Five days notice is required. Office hours are 9 am to 4 pm Monday to Friday. Hours of transit service are 9 am to 3 pm Monday to Friday.
Deltassist Seniors Outreach Services
Volunteers provide rides for people with disabilities when HandyDART is unavailable to provide transportation. Clients must be eligible for and registered with HandyDART. (604-596-1777)
Jewish Family Services Seniors Services
Volunteer transportation services for residents of Vancouver and Richmond.
Langley Seniors Recreation and Resource Centre
Volunteer transportation services.