Moncton Transit, Codiac Transpo
The City of Moncton's Department of Public Transit operates under the name of Codiac Transpo. The department is responsible for providing residents with a safe, efficient urban public transportation service. Together with it's partners - the City of Dieppe and the Town of Riverview - Codiac services a population of 130,000 people in the Metro area.
Maritime Bus Lines
We provide transportation to all the Maritime Provinces including Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.
Bay Ferries -The Cat and NFL Ferries
Breeze across the Bay and save 7 hours! Leave all the potholes, construction, and traffic behind. Take the Cat and cruise at high speeds on the water instead of on the highway.
Grand Manan Ferries
Grand Manan Island is accessible via a daily ferry departing from Blacks Harbour, New Brunswick, to North Head, Grand Manan.
Greater Moncton Airport
The Greater Moncton International Airport has a vibrant passenger market, serving consumers within a 2.5-hour drive of the airport.
Department of Transportation
Contribute to New Brunswick’s economy and quality of life by providing and supporting sustainable infrastructure that allows for the safe and efficient movement of people and goods and accommodates the provision of government services to the public.
Maritime Road Development Corp.
MRDC Operations Corporation is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Fredericton-Moncton Highway.
Via Rail, Atlantic Trains
Two trains serve the Atlantic region, the Ocean and the Chaleur.
WestJet Airlines is preparing for the arrival of new low-cost competitors including US Airlines by taking steps to expand its regional service and add wide-body planes to its fleet to access new international routes.
Air Canada provides direct passenger air transportation to over 170 destinations on five continents. During 2009, Air Canada and Jazz operated, on average, approximately 1,200 scheduled flights each day and carried over 30 million passengers.
Air Transat specialize in charter flights from several Canadian and European cities to vacation destinations, mainly in the south during the winter months and in Europe and Canada during the summer. Year-round, they link Canada's principal cities.
Canadian North operates through the gateway cities of Edmonton, Calgary and Ottawa to communities in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Their route network includes services to Yellowknife, Norman Wells, Inuvik, Hay River and Fort Smith, Iqaluit, Rankin Inlet and Cambridge Bay.
First Air provides Scheduled services to 29 communities in Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba, Alberta, the Yukon, the Northwest Territories, Nunavut and British Columbia.
Air Transport Association of Canada
Promoting safe and reliable air transportation of people and goods to the benefit of Canadian society.
Budget Rent a Car
Budget Rent a Car is one of the world's top three car and truck rental systems with a global presence of over 3,200 locations in over 120 countries and territories.
Canadian Automobile Association
The Canadian Automobile Association is the advocate for Canada's motoring and travelling public. Formed in 1913.
Drivers Licence Information
A quick reference to helpful Vehicle and Drivers License information when Relocating to a new Province or Territory.
Flightarrivals.com, Check Arrivals & Departures
FlightArrivals.com is a free service that offers an independent and comprehensive real time arrival/departure/delay information for commercial airline flights.
Greyhound Canada and Greyhound Courier Express play a big role in the lives of Canadians.
Transport Canada works to ensure that Canadians has a safe, efficient and environmentally friendly transportation system.
Listing of Foreign Airlines.
Via Rail trains run from the Atlantic and the Pacific, and up to Hudson Bay.