Pacific Western Transportation


Pacific Western Transportation
Pacific Western Transportation
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Slogan Pacific Western is about transportation services
Founded 1958
Headquarters 1857 Centre Avenue, S.E.
Locale Calgary, Alberta
Service area British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario
Service type school bus, public transit, paratransit, airport express, charter coach, event management
Web site www.PWT.ca

Pacific Western Transportation (also d/b/a P.W. Transportation) provides a variety of bus services in the Canadian provinces of British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario. Depending on the location, they offer scheduled and chartered school busing, municipal transit and handi-bus services, airport passenger services and local and long distance coach charters.[1]

Contents

B. C. Division

  • Diversified School Bus
  • Prince George Transit
  • Whistler Transit
  • Peace Country Transit - Fort St. John and Dawson Creek
  • Squamish Transit
  • Port Alberni Transit
  • Standard Bus Contracting
  • Northern Health Medical Busing

Alberta

Red Arrow Motorcoach

Red Arrow provides transportation between Fort McMurray, Edmonton, Red Deer, Calgary, Lethbridge, Banff and Lake Louise with a connecting shuttle bus to Calgary International Airport.

Diversified Transportation

Diversified Transportation is a bus transportation company based in Fort McMurray that provides services to industry and private coach charters as well as operating some local city transit systems.

  • Wood Buffalo Transit - Fort McMurray
  • St. Albert Transit
  • Website: dtl.ca

Southland Transportation

Southland Transportation is a Calgary based bus company that mainly provides school bus service to local school boards, bus charter services and commuter service from Cochrane and Okotoks to Calgary.

Toronto

PW in the Toronto area provides a variety of transit related services:

  • Motorcoach and Charter services
  • Tour Bus Rental
  • Transportation Planning
  • Charters
  • Convention and Corporate Services (HOST)
  • Public Transit provider for the Town of Milton
Airport bus in downtown Toronto

Airport Express

PW Airport Express was purchased from the demise of Gray Coach, whom had a franchise to operated a route to the Toronto Pearson International Airport. The service connects between select downtown Toronto locations and Pearson Airport

Pacific Western was named the IMG Operator of the Year for 2010. Coach 1559 has a new wrap reflecting this honour, replacing the Young Explorers wrap previously on this bus.

Porter shuttle bus

Porter shuttle

Porter Airlines provides a shuttle bus service for its passengers between the Royal York Hotel in downtown Toronto and the ferry dock at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. The service is operated by Pacific Western at frequent 10 minute intervals using Thomas SLF buses.


Fleet

Toronto facilities are based in Mississauaga and operates a fleet of:

See also

References

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