Mayne Island Transportation
Mayne Island Community Bus
Service from/to Mayne Island’s Village Bay Ferry terminal as it relates to the arrivals and departures for the Vancouver (Tsawwassen) ferry.
Days of Operation
Plus Saturday Morning
Limited service on
Sunday and holiday Mondays
What does it Cost?
At present we remain a by donation service.
Charter Service Available
To contact the bus service
Call or text: 250 539-0851
Car Stop Program
You are welcome to use our 25 Mayne Island Car Stops. This is free, voluntary, alternative transportation that is environmentally and community-friendly.
Car Stops signs are green and white road signs located at pullouts all around Mayne. They indicate the locations where drivers may expect to see passengers seeking a ride. They are two-way stops, so if you're standing there, indicate with your hand which way you're heading, and if you cross the street, be careful.
FROM THE VILLAGE BAY FERRY TERMINAL:
Walking off the ferry? Walk up the hill. Outside the gate and across the street is Car Stop #1, Village Bay Rd at Re/Max Lane. Indicate with your hand the direction you want to go, toward Miners Bay on Village Bay Rd, or south on Dalton Dr.
Cycling and Hiking
As a year round destination Mayne Island offers a number of short to medium length hiking and walking trails. As well, our quiet roadways make for excellent outings. Pick up our Map and Island Guide Brochure and the parks and rec hiking guide at many shops on island.
For bicycle rentals please see
Active Pass Auto and Marine