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chevron MetroX #370 Porters Lake

Starting November 18, 2013, MetroX will be rolling in Porters Lake.  The new route will link residents of Porters Lake and the surronding area with Metro Transit's Bridge Terminal (Dartmouth) and Scotia Square Mall (Halifax).

Below is more information on the new Porters Lake MetroX:


chevron MetroX #330 Tantallon/Sheldrake Lake

New Sheldrake Lake Park & Ride


chevron MetroX #320 Airport/Fall River

The new limited-stop, commuter-based MetroX service links
the airport/Aerotech Park and the Fall River community to the downtown core.

The route travels from downtown Halifax at Duke/Albemarle Street, across the Macdonald Bridge to the Bridge Terminal, along Highway 118 to Fall River, servicing the new Park & Ride, continuing on through Aerotech Park, then arriving at the airport. Reverse for return routing.


Operator Fred Bowdridge arrives at the Halifax Stanfield Int'l Airport, 521am, May 31/12

The MetroX features 40’ buses, accommodating 36 seated passengers, with allowance for standing passengers. Each MetroX bus features limited-capacity luggage racks, air-conditioning, and a front-mounted bike rack, which carry two bikes.

Baggage Policy:


  • As with all new Metro Transit services, the MetroX Airport/Fall River service is a designated Accessible Low-Floor (ALF) route.
  • Each bus can accommodate two wheelchairs and/or mobility-devices. Additionally, the Fall River Park & Ride features two mobility-impaired parking spaces.

Fall River Park & Ride:

  • The 90-vehicle capacity Park & Ride is free of charge, and located off Highway 118, at Exit 14 and Perrin Drive.
  • Parking is available 24 hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week,
    in consideration to airport/Aerotech Park commuters.
  • The Fall River Park & Ride is not intended as a long-term parking facility; accordingly, vehicles parked over the posted
    24-hours may be ticketed and/or towed.
  • Bike racks are available on-site.

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