Door-to-door accessible services are offered to any resident who requires transportation.
Group trips are offered to any destination within Nova Scotia for groups such as senior’s homes, camps, schools, and others.
We offer accessible transportation services to all residents of Kings County east of Aylesford.
All trips must be booked more than 2 – 3 business days in advance during office hours.
Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Register with KPPT!
For just a one-time $10 fee you can be registered to travel with Kings Point to Point Transit Society.
Your fee, registration forms and waivers can be emailed to [email protected], mailed, given to the driver on your first trip or dropped off at the office.
Don’t have a printer? Copies of our membership package can be obtained from our office, or from any of our drivers.
Donation Receipts for income tax purposes will be completed within a month of receiving your donation.
Cost of transportation notices will be sent by the end of February for the prior year, upon request only.
How many vehicles do you operate?
KPPT’s fleet consists of full-sized vans, minivans and an 18-passenger minibus, most of which are accessible.
They travel over 523,000 kilometers a year to provide transit services to residents in our communities in Kings County.
How reliable are your drivers?
Both our employee and volunteer drivers work hard to ensure KPPT meets all trip appointments requested throughout the whole year.
How safe are your vehicles?
All of KPPT’s vehicles are inspected semi-annually by an Inspector from the NS Vehicle Transportation Inspection Department. Pre-trip inspection are completed daily before their first trip.
Do your drivers have any safety training?
All drivers are required to have a Class 4 driver’s license, the St John Ambulance First Aid/CPR certificate, a clean driver abstract and have successfully completed a Criminal Record and Child Abuse Register search. They have completed sensitivity training and the proper handling of accessible equipment in the KPPT vehicles.