Riding with HSR

Riding with HSR

To help reduce the spread of COVID-19,customers are required to wear a non-medical mask on public transit.This extra step can help protect others in spaces where physical distancing can be hard to maintain.Have a question about HSR's response to COVID-19? Visit our FAQ for Transit Customers.

 

Service at a Glance

(Re)envisioning Hamilton Street Railway

Hamilton City Council approved the 10 Year Local Transit Strategy in March 2015. The strategy focuses on refining the customer experience, addressing system deficiencies, revising service standards, adding capacity, and adding rapid transit (the BLAST network) in Hamilton.

Bus News - Fall 2020

Stay informed on the latest news, including:

  • Schedule Highlights
  • Holiday Service
  • Phasing Out Paper Tickets and Paper Passes
  • Lost and Found
  • Get Real-time Info on the Go

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What kind of bikes can be loaded onto a bus bike rack?
  • The rack is built for bikes that have 16 inch (40cm) wheels or larger.
  • Tricycles, tandem or motorized bikes are not allowed in the racks.
  • Bikes with large carriers or other obstructing accessories may not be allowed in the bike rack.
HSR Customer Service Centre is open Monday to Friday (excluding holidays) if you need:
  • photo ID?
  • a timetable?
  • a PRESTO card?
  • a Day Pass?