Corner Brook Transit

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Corner Brook Transit
Founded 1981 (Van/Jitney Service 1940's-1977)
Headquarters Watson's Pond Industrial Park
Service area Corner Brook, Curling, Newfoundland and Labrador
Service type bus service
Routes 2
Fleet 3
Daily ridership Approx. 4000 Monthly
Fuel type Gasoline
Operator Murphy Brothers
Website CBT

Corner Brook Transit (CBT) is a provider of public transportation to the residents of Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Municipally managed, the service is provided under contract by Murphy Brothers Bus Lines. There are two routes that run from 7am to 6pm Mon-Fri with destinations including Murphy Square and the downtown area. In response to declining ridership, a pilot project is set to be initiatied to reformulated the routes.[1]

The transit agency has instituted a NextBus realtime transit location system, which will provide data to internet and cell phone users on vehicle ETAs.[2] Cost for a ride on CBT is $2.50 for adults and $1.25 for children, passes can be bought at local stores and Corner Brook city hall

The fleet consists of three gasoline fueled Ford E-Series Cutaway buses. Two of the old diesel buses have been kept as back-ups.[3]


  • 5[4] Curling and Grenfell/Windsor/Plaza/Murphy Square - combines former Routes 1 & 2
  • 6[5] Country/Pratt/Grenfell and Humber/Murphy Square - combines former Routes 3 & 4


  1. ^ "Transit Improvement Trial 2011/2012". City of Corner Brook. 
  2. ^ Hurley, Cory (2011-07-26). "City transit system takes on high-tech trial". The Western Star. 
  3. ^ Gary Kean (August 6, 2013). "New city buses on public transit routes". The Western Star. Retrieved March 2014.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  4. ^ Corner Brook Transit, Route 5
  5. ^ Corner Brook Transit, Route 6

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