Transit service does not run on weekends or statutory holidays unless otherwise specified.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I transfer between buses on Fort Sask Transit?
Yes, you may request a transfer ticket from the bus driver upon entering the bus. Transfer tickets are valid only for one-way, bus to bus transfers on routes 582 and 583, on the day of purchase.
Can I use a transfer ticket between Fort Sask Transit to ETS 580?
No, transfer tickets are only valid on routes 582 and 583. You will have to pay a new fare when transferring to an ETS route.
Does Fort Sask Transit have a Lost and Found?
If you have lost something on Route 582 or 583, contact Fort Sask Transit by calling 780-992-6218. If you have lost something while on the ETS 580, contact ETS Customer Service.
Are Fort Sask Transit buses accessible for my wheelchair/walkers/stroller/bike?
Fort Sask Transit buses are specially equipped with accessible ramps and the ability to kneel and lower. Learn more about accessibility and Fort Sask Transit.
I use mobility aids and equipment. Does my companion have to pay for a bus ticket?
No, a companion may ride free for persons using mobility aids and equipment.
Contact Fort Sask Transit by calling 780-992-6218.
If you have questions or concerns regarding ETS Route 580, view the Travelling to Edmonton page.