Best Tecumseh Transit App

Best Tecumseh Transit App

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The Tecumseh Transit Service (TTS) is a smaller transit agency in Canada. It operates an hour-long looped route that covers 30 kms and 43 stops. The service started in 2009 as a six-month pilot project and made official in 2010. Rocketman wants to make your experience with TTS the best it can be, and our free transit app can help make that a reality.

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Tecumseh, we’ve got you covered for Tecumseh Transit!

Even the smallest regional transit solution has its hiccups, and Rocketman wants to help out. We want to make sure that your experience with Tecumseh Transit service is positive and stress-free, so we’ve created an app that can help you plan out your transit routes, stay up-to-date on what’s happening, and know when you’re going to arrive at your destination. 

How to pay for Tecumseh Transit

You can pay for Tecumseh Transit per-ride, for the price of $2 for an adult ticket, or with a pass which can be purchased for a single month, for six months, or for a year.

Veterans, those with a valid CNIB ID card, and those who are accompanying a person with a disability can ride for free. You can also ride the Tecumseh Transit bus for free if you have a Transit Windsor transfer or bus pass.

How to buy fares/passes?

You can pay for a single ride in exact cash as you board the bus. If you want to purchase a pass, you’ll need to make your way to Town Hall.

Where to buy fares/passes?

Single-month, six-month, and annual passes for Tecumseh Transit can be purchased at Town Hall.

Tecumseh Transit Fares Zones

Tecumseh Transit only offers a single route, and all fares are the same on it, though you can access discounted fares as a student, and senior.

Other Passes

Beyond a single fare purchase, Tecumseh Transit has single-month, six-month, and annual passes available at different rates for adults, seniors, and students.

Tecumseh Transit Accessibility

While Tecumseh Transit doesn’t have a specific accessible transit option, they do have some accessible options for riders that need a little assistance. There is courtesy seating available at the front of the bus for elderly or persons with disabilities, if it is occupied, you can request the operator make priority seating available.

Veterans, persons with a CNIB ID card, and those accompanying a person with a disability can also ride the bus for free.

Getting around Tecumseh with Tecumseh Transit

While Tecumshe’s public transit isn’t a big service, delays can still happen and Rocketman wants you to be prepared. Our easy-to-use app can help you navigate this public transit service with ease.

Tecumseh Transit Alerts

Rocketman wants you to stay informed while riding public transit in Tecumseh, so we provide you real-time alerts and updates. That way you know if you have time to get your coffee.

Tecumseh Transit safety and security policies

Tecumseh Transit is a small but mighty bus service that is contracted to First Student Canada. Concerns about safety and security can be raised with the town office at 519-735-2184, which you can call during regular business hours to see if it’s been found. There are additional safety measures in place due to COVID-19.

Tecumseh Transit COVID-19 information

Tecumseh Transit continues to operate during the COVID-19 pandemic. They ask that riders stay home if they are feeling unwell, wear masks at all times while on the bus, practice social distancing as much as can be allowed on transit, and practice good health hygiene. 

First Student, the operator of Tecumseh Transit has also implemented additional cleaning protocols to help reduce the spread of the virus.

You can check their website for updates or contact them directly at 519-735-2184.

Is Tecumseh Transit safe?

If you have a safety concern while riding the bus, speak with your bus operator, or call the town office at 519-735-2184 during regular business hours to see if it’s been found. 

What happens if there is an emergency on Tecumseh Transit?

If there is an emergency while you are riding Tecumseh municipal transit, alert your operator immediately. If police, fire, or medical assistance is needed, call 911.

On a bus…

While riding a Tecumseh Transit bus, if you see or experience an emergency, alert your operator immediately. If the emergency requires fire, medical or police intervention,  

What do I do if I see something on Tecumseh Transit and need to report it?

If you need to report something you saw on Tecumseh Transit, you can do so by calling the town office at 519-735-2184 during regular business hours. 

How do I lodge a complaint with Tecumseh Transit?

Complaints regarding Tecumseh Transit can be reported to the town office at 519-735-2184 during regular business hours. 

What to do when you lose something while riding Tecumseh Transit?

While Tecumseh public transit doesn’t have regular lost and found protocols outlined, if you left something behind while riding the bus call town office at 519-735-2184 during regular business hours to see if it’s been found. 

What to do when you lose something on the bus?

If you’re riding the bus and you left something behind, call the town office at 519-735-2184 during regular business hours to see if it’s been found.

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