Driver's Seat has been retired

After many years of faithful service, we have retired the Drivers’ Seat website and transitioned relevant content and functionalities to SharePoint. In the past, Driver’s Seat filled an important function to connect staff who did not have access to City network accounts. Now that all staff in our department have access to SharePoint, we have retired Drivers’ Seat, which was built on a platform that is no longer supported. To help staff with the transition, we will have resources in place to ensure that all staff who utilize Drivers’ Seat continue to have access to the information they need to complete their job.

Relevant content on Drivers’ Seat has been moved to the Transit Services Department SharePoint site and the Transit Resource Information Page SharePoint site. You can access the SharePoint sites by following the instructions in the How to Guide for Using SharePoint.

You can reference the Frequently Asked Questions document about the Drivers’ Seat retirement for more information. If you have questions, please reach out to or call dispatch at the following garages:


How do I access SharePoint?

Where can I find information that was on Driver’s Seat?

Use this link to access the following files/information and more: TRIP Operator Mobile Landing Page (

To read the latest Bulletins use this link: Transit Employee Operations - Bulletins - TRIP Interface (

The Driver’s Seat Bus Stop lookup map tool will no longer be available after the retirement. The Travel Planner stop schedules can be used for further information about stops.

For general information such as Collective agreements, Mobile Time and Pay etc., visit the Transit Services Department SharePoint site at: