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Single and Double-digit Routes
These routes travel from one area of the city to another.
Frequent routes are single digits (for example
routes 1- 9) Crosstown routes are double-digits that start with 5 (for example
These are routes that operate in one area of the city (for example
routes 121, 512).
Local and community routes have 3 digits
Routes in the north start with a 1
Routes in the southeast start with a 5
Routes in the southwest start with a 7
Routes in the west start with a 9
Regional routes will continue to use the same route numbers that they have.
Routes with an X
Twelve rapid routes which are express routes (for example
route 910x) These routes have fewer stops and carry suburban commuters to downtown destinations
Routes with A's and B's
These routes have branches, which are segments of a route (for example
routes 1A, 12B).
Some branches take slightly different paths during part of the trip
Some branches travel a short section of the main route
Some branches only operate at certain times of the day or week
Check your schedules and the destination sign on the front of the bus to make sure you’re getting on the right one. If you’re not sure, ask the Operator.
School Special Routes (600-Series)
School special routes will be numbered in the 600s
These routes will only operate on school days
All ETS customers can ride these buses but make sure you check the schedules first so you know where it goes.
Late Night Owl Service
Routes that operate until approximately 3am, 7 days a week.
Route 2-OWL — Clareview to West Edmonton Mall
Route 4 — Lewis Farms to Capilano
Route 8 — University to Abbottsfield
Route 9-OWL — Eaux Claires to Century Park
Route 510X — Downtown to Mill Woods
Bus Stop Signs
How to read the new bus stop signs.