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Saskatoon Public Transit information, listings and links



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[ Introduction | Transfers Customer Service & Information | Access for Persons with Limited Mobility | Special Services]
Introduction
Saskatoon Transit is run by the City of Saskatoon.

Fares to ride the transit must be paid with exact change since the drivers do not carry change. For convenience, you may wish to get a "sheet" of 10 tickets. Fares are reduced for students, who must produce their school transit card when asked for proof of age. These transit cards are not bus passes, and still require the fare to be paid.
CategorySingle Fare10-Sheet

Adult/Senior

$2.75

$21.00

High School Student*

$2.10

$15.00

Elementary School Student*
All Zones

$1.65

$11.50

Pre-school (Accompanied by Adult)
All Zones

free

n/a

Prices Effective January 1, 2010


City of Saskatoon transit bus Monthly Passes Monthly passes are available for various special groups: Adult passes are $71.00 High School Student (with a current Transit card) $51.00, and Post Secondary Students' passes are $71.00 per month or $284 per semester. Senior (over 65 years) can get special reduced annual passes for $225.00 (July to June) or $120.75 for six months, $63 for 3 or $20 for one month.

Day & Weekend Passes Saskatoon Transit offers special day and weekend passes, giving you unlimited rides. $6.95 - Allows unlimited use of the bus for the day. These passes are sold in advance at transit pass vendors and are "scratched off" to validate the month and day of use. On a Saturday or Sunday, a family of up to 2 adults and 3 children may ride on one DayPass.

Transfers
You will need a "transfer" if you need to use more than one bus to complete your trip, and are using cash or tickets as fare payment. Be sure to request the correct transfer as you board the bus. Transfers are available free of charge and allow UNLIMITED travel and transfers on all regular routes for 60 minutes from the time transfer is issued (you should check the time on the transfer when you get it).

Customer Service & Information
There are several services to help you use Saskatoon Transit safely, effectively and efficiently. For schedules and recommended route information you visit the Transit Information Center at 226-23rd St. E (In the Downtown Bus Terminal) or call (306) 975-3100. The Information Line is staffed Weekdays and Saturday from.6:45am to 9:00pm, and Sunday from 10:00am to 6:00pm A Saskatoon Transit representative will tell (even mail you a map if you ask) the best route to take when you tell them your starting point and destination. Any concerns, suggestions or commendations regarding Saskatoon Transit may be voiced by dialing the same number.

You can access schedules and route maps online.

Access for Persons with Limited Mobility
If you are a person with a disability, you may be eligible for Special Needs Transportation (SNT) service. If you have a physical disability, and are unable to use the regular transit system, you may qualify for SNT. SNT service is NOT a taxi service, but rather a shared ride service where booking and scheduling decisions are made to allow as many riders as possible to use the system. SNT service is provided under contract to the City of Saskatoon by Tel-J Communications Ltd. and Wayne Bus Ltd.

Persons eligible for SNT services must register before they can book trips. Registration for this service is conducted by the Coordinated Assessment Unit of Saskatoon District Health. Registrations are taken over the telephone at 655-4346, and are often completed immediately.

Hours of service are from 6:45 am to 10:45 pm Monday to Friday, and 8:15 am to 10:45 pm Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays. A maximum of two round trips may be booked per call per day.

Trips may be booked up to a week in advance of the trip during the these hours: 6:30 am to 9:00 pm Monday-Friday, and 7:30 am to 8:00 pm Saturday, Sunday and Holidays

For more information

Special Bus Routes & Services
Special Events
For most events at Credit Union Centre, including all Saskatoon Blades Hockey Games, Saskatoon Transit Services offers an express service from the Downtown Transit Terminal (Route 18 stop on 2nd Ave. in front of Pharmasave). Buses depart 1:15 before game time, every 30 minutes. Unless stated otherwise, regular fares (including transfers_ apply.

Lost & Found
Saskatoon Transit's Lost & Found department is located at the Downtown Bus Terminal, 226-23rd St E, and is open weekdays from7:00am to 7:00pm, Saturday from 10:00am to 6:00pm, and is closed on Sunday.
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