Our History

In 1976 Attridge Transportation started with two taxis and two station wagons working for the former Wentworth County School Board. Every single year, this company has continued to grow, continued to learn and adapt, and above all delivered the highest level of service to its customers.


Outgrowing its Waterdown office, in 1990, Attridge opened a Burlington office and garage for vehicle maintenance and repair. In 2000 Attridge expanded into the Peel region opening another office and depot that in addition to serving Peel also began providing transportation services to the Toronto area in 2007. Attridge built a new head office and maintenance facility in Burlington in 2010. Then in 2014 Attridge opened our new Toronto office which is one of the most modern facilities in the school bus industry.



Now in 2016, we operate over 1000 school buses and 26 highway coaches, servicing five transportation consortia. 2016 also marks Attridge’s 40th year in business and we would like to thank all the people that got us this far. Attridge transportation continues to maintain its high safety standards combined with the personal touch it has come to be known for. Where other operators failed, Attridge Transportation has succeeded.




Our latest company news

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  • January 11, 2018

    Attridge Transportation awarded 142 routes in Dufferin County including Orangeville, Shelburne and Grand Valley.Please apply today for September!

  • December 20, 2014

    Attridge donates a bus for a “Fill the Bus” food drive in Waterdown for the Food with Grace Waterdown Food Bank food bank.

  • September 23, 2015

    Our fleet is growing, with the addition of eight new luxury highway coaches.

    With our popular East Coast and West Coast tours this season, Attridge has traversed every Canadian province, safely transporting passengers from sea to sea.

    For featured pictures of these tours, see our Transportation Solutions gallery

  • February 10, 2016

    Attridge transports 10,000 students for the Hamilton Bulldogs School Day Game!

  • September 9, 2016

    Attridge is proud to operate over 1000 routes for the 2016-2017 school year.

About us

Attridge Transportation has grown from 2 taxis and a station wagon servicing children with physical disabilities to a fleet of over 860 school bus vehicles and 5 locations servicing both private and public district school boards in Hamilton-Wentworth, Peel, Toronto, Niagara and Halton regions of Ontario. In addition to offering school bus transportation, Attridge has a growing coach fleet which includes 18 luxury highway coaches seating 56 passengers, and two 36 passenger Activity Buses. Attridge vehicles travel to various destinations throughout North America and are a trusted source of transportation for schools, sports teams, tour operators and individual tour groups.

  • Family owned and operated
  • Over 35 year of experience
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  • Attridge is Active Energy's transport provider of choice. They are reliable, well priced, and extremely professional. We use Attridge for company outings requiring both large and small groups and have never been disappointed. Thanks!

    Charlie Zilvytis
    Active Energy Inc.

  • We are very satisfied with the service Attridge provides our school and your company is our first choice for additional services.

    Margaret DeCourcy
    Holy Name of Mary College School

  • Just wanted to touch base thanking you all for supporting the 2011 CAA SSPP training. Your trainers did a great job and I am sure they all had fun doing it.

    Elio P. DiCienzo
    Hamilton Wentworth Student Transportation Services

  • Thanks again to all of Attridge for their hard work and support with our Grade 8 Career Awareness Program, we truly could not run this program without you!

    Lindsay Simmons
    Program Instructor
    Halton Industry Education Council

  • The Stoney Creek Bantam AA Girls Hockey Team would like to thank you, Attridge and your driver Sam for your professionalism and courtesty services.

    Denny Putigna
    Head Coach - Bantam AA

    Laura Berardi
    Team Manager
    Stoney Creek Sabres 2011-12

  • I wanted to thank Attridge for the donation of your bus service to get our athletes to the tournament on Saturday. Justin was great with the athletes and great with the driving; especially considering the return of winter the prior evening and into that morning.

    Officer R. E. Grabar #560
    Head-Investigations Unit
    MTO-Halton Enforcement

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