The Shopper Shuttle provides hourly service in the midday
Monday to Saturday from residential neighbourhoods south of
7th Avenue to shopping destinations in downtown Mission and
nearby shopping centres. Click
here to view the map and schedule for the 39 Shopper Shuttle.
The Shopper Shuttle can pick up and drop off shoppers closer
to entrances of their destinations, such as to the Safeway
in Mission Hills Mall. This service compliments the larger,
low floor buses that serve these general shopping areas on
other Mission routes.
Large residential complexes such as St. Andrews, Kathleen
Court and Edward Estates are served by the shuttle. handyDART
pick up and drop off is also available for people with disabilities
in the area.
Who can take the #39 Shopper Shuttle?
Anyone can take advantage of this convenient link between
shopping destinations. Transfers to and from other Mission
routes are available at the main Mission Exchange. Bus stops
are located along the route. Regular Central Fraser Valley
fares, passes, tickets and BC Bus Passes can be used on the
How do I catch the Shopper Shuttle if I usually take handyDART?
Registered Mission handyDART users living in or close to
the area of Cedar, 11th Avenue, Stave Lake and 1st Avenue
can call ahead to arrange a door-to-door pick up or drop off
by the Shopper Shuttle. To book a Shopper Shuttle trip, call
handyDART at 604-855-0080 and let them know which trip or
trips you are interested in taking. Generally, it's best to
call by noon on the day before you wish to travel. Since regular
fares apply, handyDART passengers can save by arranging to
take their shopping trips via the shuttle.
How many bags may I carry on?
For safety and space reasons, passengers can bring onto the
bus only as many parcels as they can carry on their laps,
usually two bags. Some food stores have delivery service available
for larger grocery orders, and this can be arranged at the
till when you purchase your items. Cost for store delivery
is about $7-10 depending on the distance.