Installation of new bus stop signs has begun.
Edmonton Transit Service (ETS) operates more than 7,000 bus stops so it will take time to replace all of them in time for the new network.
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To support the new bus network redesign, every bus stop will be getting a new sign. These new signs will be installed leading up to the launch of the new bus network on April 25, 2021 and will help you get familiar with the new routes that will be coming to each bus stop.
For more information about stops staying in service with new routes, stops opening, and stops closing in the new network on April 25, 2021, view the interactive map.
*These stickers will appear on closing stops in On Demand Transit areas only
These routes travel from one area of the city to another.
These are routes that operate in one area of the city (for example routes 121, 512).
Regional routes will continue to use the same route numbers that they have.
These routes have branches, which are segments of a route (for example routes 1A, 12B).
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.
All ETS customers can ride these buses but make sure you check the schedules first so you know where it goes.
Routes that operate until approximately 3am, 7 days a week.
How to read the new bus stop signs.