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Important Ebus Relaunch Travel Info

As we resumed our service in BC on June 4th and Alberta on June 11, we have implemented several new policies, procedures, and safety measures to ensure the safety of all staff and passengers. 


What you need to know before you travel: 

- Passengers that have travelled from outside of Canada in the last 14 days will not be permitted to travel with Ebus. If you have travelled outside of Canada, you must self-isolate for 14 days before travelling with us. As of January 25, border pilot participants must now remain in quarantine until receiving a negative result from their second test on day 7 or 8 (counting arrival as day 1). Travellers currently in the program must immediately return to quarantine if they haven't taken their second test and received the negative result yet. Participants cannot return to childcare, out of school care, schools, post-secondary institutions, and workplaces outside of their home for 14 days. Click here to learn more.


- All passengers will be screened. All passengers will be asked health and safety screening questions prior to boarding. Should a passenger fail to pass the screening, they will be denied boarding. Please click here to see passenger Screening Questions.


- Facemasks are recommended at all times. For the safety and well-being of our passengers and employees, we recommend all passengers to wear facemasks over their mouth and nose at all times; this includes check-in, during the boarding process, during the trip, and while disembarking on all Ebus routes.


If a passenger does not have their own facemask, they will be available for purchase. 


Ebus Facemask

Facemasks are recommended for travel and will be available for $3. If you'd like to purchase both a facemask and hand sanitizer, the cost is $5.


Passengers can purchase them from our ticket offices, from our Passenger Experience Representatives, and from Drivers.





1.       What safety protocols are you putting in place for your relaunch?

We have developed a new program with enhanced cleaning, strict protocols, and elevated procedures called Safely Clean so that all staff and passengers remain safe.


2.       What extra cleaning procedures are you undertaking?

As outlined in our Safely Clean program, we’re regularly cleaning and sanitizing all high touchpoint surfaces, restrooms, and have also introduced electrostatic sprayers to clean in between each trip. Electrostatic sprayers allow the appropriate sanitizers, mold preventatives, and disinfectants to wrap around and evenly coat all types of surfaces for a more complete clean.


3.       What are electrostatic sprayers and how do they work?

Ebus is leading the industry and ensuring the safety of all passengers by introducing new, state of the art cleaning technology. Electrostatic spray technology is a new way to apply cleaners, sanitizers, and disinfectants to help treat surfaces, with better coverage than traditional cleaning methods. The technology is well-established, with a history of more than 60 years in other areas, including agriculture and automotive industries, but it has only recently been applied to surface disinfection.


Electrostatic sprayers work by charging liquids (i.e., cleaners, sanitizers, and disinfectants) as they pass through a sprayer nozzle. This generates charged droplets that repel one another and actively seek out environmental surfaces, which they stick to and even wrap around to coat all sides. The result is a uniform coating of sanitizer or disinfectant on sprayed objects, including hard-to-reach areas that manual cleaning can miss.


4.       What will the bus capacity be?

Effective October 7, we're opening our seating to full capacity to support the travel demand in both Alberta and BC. If you'd like to ensure an empty seat beside you, you may purchase a second seat for $25.


6.       Are facemasks mandatory?

For the safety and well-being of our passengers and employees, we recommend all passengers wear facemasks.


If a passenger does not have their own facemask, they will be available for purchase.


8.       Will you be screening passengers?

Yes, all passengers will be required to answer health and safety questions prior to travelling with Ebus. If they do not pass the screening questions, they will be denied boarding.


9.       How is the air filtered onboard?

Drivers will ensure the HVAC is set to use fresh air at the highest settings possible to reduce the amount of recycled air, and filters will be replaced regularly.



Thank you and we look forward to seeing you onboard soon!