Kings Point-to- Point Transit (KPPT) is a charitable organization that provides a door-to- door accessible public transportation service for all residents of Kings County, east of Aylesford. The organization was established in 1998 as a part of the Community Transportation Assistance Program (CTAP) of Nova Scotia.We have a fleet of 8 vehicles including 2 accessible minibuses, 4 accessible mini-vans and 2 passenger minivans. KPPT offers their vehicles for all transportation purposes including trips to hospital/medical appointments, to & from work/school and for everyday shopping/personal needs. Day trips are also offered to any destination within Nova Scotia for all groups, especially seniors’ homes, camps, schools, and all others at very affordable rates.
A healthier, more socially connected community.
Our mission is to provide an affordable and accessible transportation service to improve the quality of life for all residents.
Kings Point to Point exists to address our communities’ need for an affordable and accessible transportation service for all residents.
Important Facts About KPPT
The fleet consists of seven vehicles: Five minivans (three of which are wheelchair accessible) and two accessible minibuses.
We employ seven drivers as well as four volunteer drivers who work hard to ensure KPPT will meet all trip appointments requested daily throughout the whole year.
All of KPPT’s vehicles are inspected semi-annually in accordance with the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board, and it is a very stringent inspection. Each driver does a pre-trip inspection daily, before his or her first trip.
All of our drivers are required to have a Class 4 driver’s license, the St John Ambulance First Aid/CPR certificate, clean driver’s abstract and have successfully completed a Criminal Record and Child Abuse Register search. They have also completed sensitivity training.
Kings Point to Point Transit Society is a non-profit charitable organization that depends on grants and donations to maintain our low drive rates.