The Town of Innisfil has partnered with Uber to provide residents with safe, affordable and reliable transit.
Sign up to use Innisfil Transit today
Download the free Uber app or create an account. You will need a credit card, debit-credit card, Uber gift card (can be bought at Town Hall) or paypal account. Once you have the app downloaded and installed you will have access to Innisfil's discounted fares, as long as you are within the town's boundaries. Be sure to select Innisfil Transit when booking your trip, and then drop a pin or enter the place or address of where you want to go. If you don't have a smart phone, use Uber's mobile website to request rides. [See below for Accessible transportation]
Enjoy Affordable Rates
When you book a trip to one of the following destinations enjoy a flat fare:
- $3 for any trip to/from Innisfil Recreational Complex/Town Hall area
- $4 for any trip to/from closest GO bus stop along Yonge St (see our FAQ section for help on booking your trip to one of the GO bus stop locations)
- $5 for any trip to/from Barrie South GO train station
- $5 for any trip to/from Innisfil Heights Employment Area and Highway 400 carpool lot
When you travel anywhere else going within, to or from Innisfil boundaries you'll save $5 off your fare.
If you require a wheelchair-accessible vehicle please contact Barrie-Innisfil Taxi at
705-721-7777. Please provide at least 12 hours notice, and you will enjoy the same great service and fares as mentioned above.
Innisfil Transit Promo Code
As an incentive, Uber will provide a credit of $20 towards your first trip. Be sure to enter the promo code - "innisfiltransit".
Innisfil Transit for Teens
The Town of Innisfil's ridesharing-transit partnership with Uber is the first of its kind in Canada. You can learn more about the background of this exciting initiative by checking out our FAQ section.
February 2018 Update
The February 21, 2018 Report to Council includes an update on the 2017 results of the Innisfil Transit program. You can also learn more by watching video updates from December 7 and from November 23 and by reading the October 18, 2017 Report to Council. Here is also a link to the August 9, 2017 Memo to Council.