Commutes That Will Leave You Smiling

In Southeastern New Brunswick, gridlocks just aren’t a thing. The region boasts one of the shortest commute times in Canada thanks to fewer traffic jams as well as well-maintained walking and biking trails. You can also take advantage of our network of public buses or convenient taxi companies. Once you arrive at your destination, you will find free and paid parking is readily available.

Transportation by the Numbers

Greater Moncton

17 min


30 min


34 min


26 min

Driving in the Region

If you’re coming from another Canadian province, you can exchange your class of driver’s license against an equivalent class without having to pass a driving test or provide medical documents. This is done directly at any Service New Brunswick location.

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New Brunswick Driver's Handbook

This handbook will provide you with the information you need to prepare for testing and increase your knowledge of the rules of the road and safe driving practices.

For More Information on Laws and Driving Regulations

Short-Term Vehicle Rental

If you need a vehicle for just a short period of time, consider renting.
Vehicle rental agencies can be easily found by searching Google.

Travel to and from Greater Moncton and the Southeast Region

You can reach the Greater Moncton area and Southest region via Highways 15 and 2 (the Trans-Canada Highway) as well as by train or by plane.

The most common way to travel between and within communities in New Brunswick is by car.

Walk or Bike Anywhere

In this region, we’re all about trails. Whether hiking, biking, or running in the great outdoors with friends, the area has a range of trails perfect for every nature lover.

As one of the most dynamic regions of New Brunswick, the Southeast region is an ideal place to explore for young and old alike.

La Bikery Co-operative is a community bicycle centre with a workshop space for bicycle maintenance and repairs located in the heart of downtown Moncton.

Public Transportation

Codiac Transpo provides residents of Greater Moncton with a reliable bus network, with a monthly pass costing $70 per adult.

Maritime Bus has over 50 locations throughout the Maritimes.

Canada’s intercity rail service.

The Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport is among the largest airports on the Atlantic coast.


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