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Where can the bus take me?

Fort Sask Transit has two bus routes, with stops close to many popular amenities and senior care facilities. Click on the images below to view the popular senior destinations close to Fort Sask Transit bus stops:

 

How much does the bus cost?

The following discounted prices are available for seniors 65 years and older:

Taking the bus in Fort Saskatchewan: 
One-Way Bus Ticket: $1.50 
10 Bus Tickets: $10.00

Taking the bus to and from Clareview:
One-Way Bus Ticket: $3.50
10 Bus Tickets: $33.00
Monthly Bus Pass: $35.00

Taking the bus in Fort Saskatchewan and Edmonton:
Monthly Bus Pass: $50.00

 

How do I buy bus tickets?

You can pay a one-way fare when entering the bus with exact change.

To buy bus tickets ahead of time, visit Safeway, Co-op, City Hall, or the Dow Centennial Centre.

 

Accessibility and Specialized Transportation Services

Wheelchairs and walkers can easily roll into our new, kneeling buses. 

If you require specialized transportation related to a disability or wheelchair, scooter, or walker use, visit the Specialized Transportation page. The Specialized Transportation Service Society offers a number of different solutions including Minivan and Handivan services, and taxi voucher subsidies.