Getting around the Banff area
To help limit exposure to COVID-19, transit in Banff National Park is operating at a reduced capacity. For specific details please see Roam Transit
Roam Public Transit services the Town of Banff, popular Banff Attractions and is the Bow Valley’s public transit service offered by the Bow Valley Regional Transit Services Commission. With buses that help you roam around the Town of Banff in an environmentally friendly way, leave your vehicle where it is and take Roam Public Transit to your favourite attractions.
Banff Local Routes
Route #1 provides service to Sulphur Mountain/Banff Upper Hot Springs. Service is offered daily year-round (schedule varies by season).
Route #2 provides service to Tunnel Mountain. Service is offered daily year-round (schedule varies by season).
Route #4 provides service to Cave and Basin National Historic Site. Service is offered Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Statutory holidays from Spring to Fall. Weekend and holidays. Check back soon for more details.
Route #6 provides service between the town of Banff and Lake Minnewanka reservoir, Johnson Lake, as well as campgrounds and day-use areas on Lake Minnewanka Road. Check back soon for more details
Route #7 offers service to the Banff Centre. Service is offered daily year-round (schedule varies by season)
Banff Regional Routes
Route #3 provides service between Canmore and Banff. Service is offered daily year-round.
Route #8X regional service runs along the TransCanada Highway with direct service between Banff and Lake Louise. (schedule varies by season)
Route #9 provides direct service from Banff to Johnston Canyon. Check back soon for more details.