When in the Bow Valley, Roam!
Roam Transit Service is the Banff-Canmore regional transit system and also provides local Canmore service.
Roam is the Bow Valley’s public transit service offered by the Bow Valley Regional Transit Services Commission. Our buses help you roam around town in an environmentally friendly way, just like the Bow Valley’s grizzly bears, mountain goats and wolves. Leave your vehicle where it is, head to one of our convenient stops and hop on board.
For full details, schedule and routes information and details about on board bike racks, pet policy and much more visit:
Roam Transit Website
How to pay for your ride on Roam
Electronic fare boxes are on each bus. These will accept a variety of payment methods: Canadian and American bills and coins, Roam tokens, tickets and passes. In addition to daily passes, one-month, three-month and six-month passes are also available.
Banff-Canmore Regional Service
The Regional Service between Banff and Canmore provides a quick, convenient, and environmentally conscious way to travel. Leave your vehicle where it is, don’t worry about trying to find parking or National Park Gate line ups. Enjoy your ride!
- Buses run every 30 mins between 6AM-9AM and from 3PM to 7PM. Outside of these times, buses run every 60 mins.
- Trip travel time is approximately 24 minutes.
*Be sure to check the schedule to see when service starts/ends for weekday and weekend service.
Canmore Local Service
Roam Route 5 services many areas of Canmore, running from the Cougar Creek area to Three Sisters, seven days a week. The weekends see additional service to the Canmore Nordic Centre. Watch for the buses wrapped in authentic Bow Valley wildlife imagery around Town and at a stop near you.
- The Canmore Route 5 will travel from downtown Canmore to Cougar Creek and out to Three Sisters area. Weekend service will see stops at the Canmore Nordic Centre.