Senior Annual Pass
- Residents of Edmonton, 65 years of age and older qualify for a Senior Annual Pass. Annual passes are non-transferable.
- Passes can be used for unlimited travel on all Edmonton Transit buses, the LRT and DATS (for registered DATS users). These passes are NOT accepted on the route 747 with service to Edmonton International Airport, or Strathcona County vehicles.
- The Senior Annual Pass can only be purchased at the Edmonton Service Centre, both in person or through the mail.
- Payment can be made by cheque or money order, made payable to the City of Edmonton.
- Senior Annual Passes are valid from April 1 of the current year until March 31 of the next year.
- Passes go on sale each year at the begining of March and are sold until December. They are not prorated regardless of when they are purchased.
First Time Applicants
First time applicants must apply in person at the Edmonton Service Centre in Edmonton Tower and bring the following information:
- Proof of age 65 years or older (Alberta ID, Driver’s License or Health Care card, passport or permanent resident card)
- Proof of residency (Alberta ID or Driver’s License, addressed mail from a government agency or utility company)
Low Income Annual Pass
Seniors in receipt of the Federal Government Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS) are eligible to purchase a low income annual pass. Proof of receipt of this benefit is required for first time applicants only.
Please provide a copy of one of the following:
- Letter of acceptance for receipt of the Federal Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS)
- Declaration signed by a commissioner of oath stating applicant’s individual taxable income does not exceed $17,544.
Renew Senior Annual Pass by Mail
Any senior who purchased an annual pass the previous year will receive a renewal form at the end of February by mail reminding them to renew their annual pass. This renewal form, along with a cheque or money order made payable to the City of Edmonton, can be returned to ETS in the postage-paid envelope provided. The new annual pass will be sent within one to two weeks of the application being received provided it is complete.
If a renewal letter is not received, the Seniors Annual Pass can still be renewed by mail with the following information:
- A cheque or money order made payable to the City of Edmonton for the cost of the pass;
- Full name;
- Phone number;
- Date of birth.
Mail your payment and information to:
Senior Annual Pass Program
2nd Floor, Edmonton Tower
10111 104 Avenue
Seniors with mobility issues can send a representative on their behalf. The representative must provide a consent letter and the previous year’s Seniors Annual Pass in order to purchase a new pass.
Please call 311 with any further questions.