Have you booked your appointment to be vaccinated, but now need a ride to get there? RTA members can help get you there, and back home.

Our community-based member network includes rural service provider organizations around the province that all offer door-to-door rides at reasonable prices. So if you need transportation, simply contact one of our members.

Finding a ride is as easy as 1, 2, 3:
  1. Pre-book your vaccination appointment according to the directions given by the Department of Health.
  2. Choose a provider from the list below.
  3. Visit your provider’s site and follow their ride-booking process.

(Please note: Round trip cost is only $5. Most providers require booking at least 24 hours in advance.)

Easily accessible. RTA is the Way To Go.
You’ll be hearing our message a lot on the radio as more and more Nova Scotians gear up to get vaccinated. Have a listen.

COVID-19 Protocols

RTA and our members have implemented COVID-19 protocols and procedures to protect everyone’s health and safety. Members have their own specific requirements so be sure to check with your chosen provider for what COVID-19 protocols they have in place.

Click a location marker on the map or search the directory below it for a provider in your area.

Annapolis: Trans County Transportation Society
Antigonish: Antigonish Community Transit Society
Chester: Chester Community Wheels
Chéticamp: L’Acabie
Colchester: Colchester Transportation Cooperative Ltd
Cumberland: Cumberland County Transportation Services
Digby and Clare: Transport de Clare Society
East Hants: East Hants & Area Community Rider
Eastern Shore (HRM): MusGo Rider
Guysborough: Transit Association of Guysborough
Inverness and Richmond: Strait Area Transit Cooperative
Kings County: Kings Point-to-Point
Pictou: CHAD Transit
Queens: Queens County Transit
Shelburne: Sou’West Nova Transit Association
Victoria: Victoria Country Transit
West Hants: West Hants Dial-a-Ride
Yarmouth: HOPE dial-a-ride