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Edmonton Transit provides service within the city boundaries as well as limited service throughout some of the regional communities.

Information on regional services and U-Pass


Transit Service

Beaumont

ETS operates the Route 540 commuter bus service between Beaumont and Edmonton.

ETS buses offer peak hour commuter transit service to and from Beaumont and the Century Park LRT (Light Rail Transit) station in southwest Edmonton. Service operates Monday to Friday.

ETS fare products (passes, ticket, DATS passes and transfers) are not valid on Beaumont service. Regular ETS fares will be required to continue travel on Edmonton Transit once you arrive within Edmonton.

For information on Route 540 including fares, route and schedules, and Park and Ride, visit the Beaumont Transit website or call Beaumont Transit at 780-929-4321.

The Route 540 is included in the ETS Trip Planner, allowing commuters to coordinate their travel planning with other ETS routes.

St. Albert

The City of St. Albert operates local bus service within the City of St. Albert and commuter bus service to and from various locations within the City of Edmonton. Service operates Monday to Sunday.

St. Albert Transit Fares

When travelling on ETS service: St. Albert “Commuter” passes, tickets and valid transfers are accepted on ETS service. St. Albert “Local” passes, tickets and transfers are not valid on ETS service.

When travelling within Edmonton: All ETS fare products are valid on St. Albert service travelling within Edmonton.

When travelling locally within St. Albert: All ETS fare product, except the Seniors Monthly Pass and the Temporary Pass, may be used with the payment of a $1 surcharge.

Note: ETS DATS Passes are not valid on St. Albert DATS service.

When travelling from one community to another:  

  • All ETS period passes, such as day passes, monthly passes, annual passes, except the Seniors Monthly Pass and the Temporary Pass, may be used for cross-boundary travel on St. Albert Transit with the payment of a $1 surcharge 
  • ETS tickets and valid transfers may be used for cross-boundary travel on St. Albert Transit with the payment of a $2 surcharge

For route and schedule information, please visit St. Albert Transit or call St. Albert Transit Customer Services Office at 780-418-6060.

Strathcona County (Sherwood Park)

Strathcona County operates local bus service within Sherwood Park and regional bus service within Strathcona County and the City of Edmonton. Service operates Monday to Sunday.

Strathcona County Transit Fares

When travelling on ETS service:

  • Strathcona “Commuter” passes, tickets and valid transfers are accepted on ETS bus service only, not for LRT travel as tickets cannot be validated in the ETS ticket validation machines
  • Tickets can be exchanged for valid transfers on ETS buses
  • Strathcona “Local” passes, tickets and transfers are not valid on ETS service

When travelling within Edmonton:

  • All ETS fare products are valid on Strathcona service travelling within Edmonton.

When travelling locally within Sherwood Park:

  • All ETS fare product, except the Senior Annual Pass, the Seniors Monthly Pass and the Temporary Pass, may be used with the payment of a $1 surcharge.

Note: ETS DATS Passes are not valid on Strathcona County Mobility Bus service.

When travelling from one community to another

  • All ETS period passes, such as day passes and monthly passes, except the Seniors Monthly Pass and the Temporary Pass, may be used for cross-boundary travel on Strathcona service with the payment of a $1 surcharge 
  • ETS tickets and valid transfers may be used for cross-boundary travel on Strathcona service with the payment of a $2 surcharge

For route and schedule information:

  • Call the Strathcona Transit Customer Services Office at 780-464-RIDE (7433)
  • Call Transit Link, a 24 hour automated telephone information system at 780-464-RIDE (7433)
  • Visit Strathcona County (Sherwood Park) Transit Service website
Leduc

The City of Leduc, in cooperation with Leduc County, operates local bus service as well as a regional service connecting The City of Leduc and Leduc County to Century Park in Edmonton.

The regional bus service operates Monday to Friday during peak hours however there are no cross-boundary travel arrangements between Leduc Transit and ETS. 

ETS passengers wishing to travel to Leduc or Leduc County must pay the full Leduc Transit fare when they board Leduc Transit at Century Park and Leduc Transit passengers must pay the full ETS fare when they connect to ETS buses and trains at Century Park.

For routes, fares and schedule information:

  • Call the Leduc Transit Customer Services Office at 780-980-8444
  • Leduc Transit
Fort Saskatchewan

ETS operates the Route 580 commuter bus route providing service between Fort Saskatchewan and Edmonton.

ETS buses offer peak hour commuter transit service to and from Fort Saskatchewan and the Clareview LRT (Light Rail Transit) station in northeast Edmonton. Service operates Monday to Friday.

ETS fare products (passes, ticket, DATS passes and transfers) are not valid on Fort Saskatchewan service. Regular ETS fare will be required to continue travel on Edmonton Transit once you arrive within Edmonton, unless the "integrated pass" is purchased.

For information on Route 580 including fares, route and schedules, visit the Fort Saskatchewan Transit Service or call the City of Fort Saskatchewan at 780-992-6218. The Route 580 is included in the ETS Trip Planner, allowing commuters to coordinate their travel planning with other ETS routes.

Spruce Grove

ETS operates the Route 560 Route 561, and Route 562 commuter bus route providing service between Spruce Grove, Acheson and Edmonton, under contract with the City of Spruce Grove.

ETS buses travel through the community, stopping at a number of bus stops and travel express between Spruce Grove and Edmonton. Service operates Monday to Friday, peak hours only.

ETS fare products (passes, tickets, DATS passes and transfers) are not valid on Spruce Grove service. Regular ETS fare will be required to transfer between the Route 560 and other ETS services. Riders must purchase Route 560 and ETS fares separately.

For information on Route 560 including fares, route and schedule information, visit the Spruce Grove Transit Service. Routes 560, 561 and 562 are included in the ETS Trip Planner, allowing commuters to coordinate their travel planning with other ETS routes.

 

Bikes on Buses

History of Bikes on Buses

The Bikes on Buses program started on the Route 9 in 1996, providing a good north/south connection for cyclists. The program was initiated with assistance from Councillor Tooker Gomberg.

In 2002, expansion of the Bikes on Buses program was made possible by the generous donation of 23 bike racks from the Edmonton Bicycle Commuters Society; Alberta Ecotrust, Environment Canada and Health Canada provided funding to the Edmonton Bicycle Commuters. This expansion provided a good east/west connection for cyclists on Routes 1 and 4.

In 2006, bike racks became standard equipment on all newly ordered buses, adding routes 8, 30, 32, 82, 111, 139 and 180. The final push to retrofit all full sized and articulated buses began in 2012. On March 1, 2014, all full sized ETS buses were equipped with bike racks.

Please Note: Bikes are not permitted in bike racks on ETS buses providing inter-municipal highway trips (Routes  560, 580, 590, 599 and 747). The bike racks were not designed to securely hold a bike at highway speed and there is the potential for a bike to become loose and fall off during the trip.

Please Note: Community buses are currently in the progress of being outfitted with bike racks.

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