Trans County Transportation Society (TCTS)

Serving Annapolis County


Office Hours Monday – Friday 8:30-4:30
All bookings require 24 hours’ notice and are booked by 1pm the day prior to travel.
Special arrangements can be made upon request for transportation for afterhours i.e. weekends/evenings, provided a driver is available.

 Direct 902-665-1212

 441 Granville Street, Bridgetown, NS

TCTS currently provides transportation services utilizing 8 drivers and a fleet of 12 vehicles consisting of:

  •  One 14 passenger – 3 wheelchair accessible mini-bus
  •  One 13 passenger – 3 wheelchair accessible mini-bus
  •  One 21 passenger – 3 wheelchair accessible mini-bus
  •  Three wheelchair accessible mini-vans
  •  Six 7 passenger mini-vans (one of which has a Bruno Turney seat installed in the front passenger position)
  • Category: Services
About Trans County Transportation

Trans County Transportation Society (TCTS) is a charitable organization funded by the province of Nova Scotia under the Community Transportation Assistance Program (CTAP), together with funding support from the local communities, service clubs and direct drive fares.

The society provides community based transportation services to the senior, disabled, and economically disadvantaged residents throughout Annapolis County and extending into Western Kings County. We provide door to door service to our members for medical appointments in the local area travelling to Kentville, Lunenburg, Yarmouth and Digby as well as a medical shuttle service to Halifax.

In addition to medical transportation TCTS currently provides accessible transportation to disabled persons in their own homes, in senior care homes or veteran wings of local hospitals to attend adult day programs, have shopping days or even attend local community events. Members also have the opportunity to visit friends and relatives on special occasions, such as Christmas, birthdays, anniversaries and weddings. TCTS also offers a charter service to local nursing homes and service clubs to allow its residents / members to have the opportunity to have lunch at a local restaurant or attend a church or community event.

We currently assist economically disadvantaged young people seeking employment with short term transportation to and from their new job location. Special needs students attending evening training programs (i.e. Special Olympics) and those who require transportation to job training work sites are able to utilize our service. A partnership with the Annapolis Valley Regional School Board (AVRSB) to provide transportation for alternative school programs for special needs students continues to expand, particularly with the addition of students requiring wheelchair accessibility.

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