Bus Transit Services in Maine
It's easy to reach Maine — and explore Maine — via bus. The state's extensive bus network includes national inter-city lines as well as a wide variety of city and regional bus lines providing local and inter-city service. Many recreational areas are served by free shuttle bus and trolley services. And four "Explorer" buses operate in key Maine recreational areas including: Mt. Desert Island and Acadia National Park, Sugarloaf Mountain, Oqunquit and Kennebunk, and Bethel. Visit the following providers for more information:
- Southern Coast (Shoreline Explorer)
- Carrabassett Valley (Sugarloaf Explorer)
- Bethel (Mountain Explorer)
- Mt. Desert Island/Acadia National Park (Island Exporer)
Buses, shuttles and carpooling services also provide commuters with numerous options to help them reduce their reliance on personal vehicles. All in all, bus travel in Maine is a reliable and convenient way to go.
Your Bus Transportation Options Include:
- ADA Transit Services in Maine
These transit providers offer ADA complementary paratransit services.
- Charter Buses
These providers offer tours and chartered excursions to locations within and outside of Maine, including Canada and other parts of the United States.
- Demand Response Buses
Located throughout the state, Demand Response providers offer “door-to-door” services with advance reservations
- Fixed Route Buses
These transit systems offer regularly scheduled bus service throughout Maine. The most frequent and extensive service can be found in the state's larger cities.
- Intercity Buses
Intercity buses provide important local, national and international transportation links throughout the state of Maine.