Government-run Bermuda Breeze buses provide a convenient way to get around Bermuda, which is divided into 14 bus zones of about two miles each. Bus fare is payable only with the exact amount in coins, tokens, tickets or passes, but not bills. Cash fares are $3 for up to three zones, $4.50 for up to 14 zones. Children under 5 years of age ride free, and ages 5–16, for $2. It is cheaper by using tokens, tickets or a pass. An unlimited one-day pass is $12; two-day, $20; three-day, $28; four-day, $35; one-week, $45; and monthly, $55 (children’s passes are half the adult costs). Alternatively you can buy a book of 15 tickets for $20 for 3 zones, and $30 for 14 zones. These can all be purchased at the Central Bus Terminal in Hamilton, the Hamilton Ferry Terminal, at Visitor Information Centres throughout the island, and some hotel and guest house concierge desks.
Bus stops are identified by either a solid blue or pink pole. Blue poles signify routes outbound from the city of Hamilton; pink ones mark routes inbound to the city of Hamilton. Fares, tokens, tickets and passes are the same for buses and ferries. The central bus terminal is on Washington Street near City Hall in Hamilton. For more information, visit bermudabuses.bm or contact the Department of Public Transportation. (292-3851)
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For more information, contact the Bermuda Transportation Department at 441-292-3854.
All fares and rates quoted were valid at time of printing, but are subject to change.