Updated: September 2022

London Transit continues to implement and recommend measures to keep our riders and Operators safe. 

Find service details about your routes on our Routes & Schedules page.

See below steps undertaken to maintain your safety as well as recommendations that you, our riders, can implement that will help keep you and fellow riders safe.


  • Air Purification System – All conventional buses are equipped with onboard air purification units. This onboard air cleaning technology kills 99% of airborne viruses. Note that the system’s effectiveness is most optimal if the windows in the passenger compartment of the bus remain closed; as such, we ask passengers to please keep windows closed as much as possible.
  • One Way Flow On-Board –  In order to maintain a one direction flow, passengers are required to enter through the front door and exit through the back door. Passengers with accessibility needs are still be permitted to use the front door to exit.
  • Operator Barriers – In-service buses are equipped with Operator barriers making it safe for our bus Operators on the conventional service. Note that a number of buses are currently equipped with temporary barriers – these will be replaced with permanent barriers in the near future.
  • Removal of Paper Schedules – We have removed all printed schedules from our locations. Find your route schedules online or through realtime.londontransit.ca.


  • Stay Home if you have Symptoms – If you are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms, please stay home.
  • Wear a Mask – At your own discretion, respect others decisions regarding masking.
  • Wash Hands – Wash hands frequently or use hand sanitizer.
  • Practice Good Hygiene – Sneeze or cough into elbow, and avoid touching your face.
  • Exiting Rear Doors – Riders with the exception of those with accessibility needs must exit through the rear doors. Remember to hover hands over the strips or use elbows to tap the handles to open the doors to exit.

Thank you for doing your part as we continue to do ours in keeping us riding safely together.