Where can I find a bus schedule or map?
A transit map and schedule can be downloaded online from the Wood Buffalo Transit section or a paper copy can be picked up from the front counter of Jubilee Centre at 9909 Franklin Ave., the front counter of the Timberlea Landing Office at 309 Powder Dr., or at MacDonald Island Park.
How much does it cost to ride the bus?
A regular one-way cash fare is $1.25 per ride. Children aged five and under and senior citizens ride for free. Booklets and monthly passes can also be purchased. A full price list can be found in the Wood Buffalo Transit section.
Where can I buy a bus pass or tickets?
Bus passes and ticket booklets can be purchased at the front counter of Jubilee Centre at 9909 Franklin Ave. or the Timberlea Landing office at 309 Powder Dr., Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tickets may also be purchased at MacDonald Island Park during their regular business hours.
When is the last bus at night and the first bus in the morning to leave downtown?
Departure and return times vary depending on the route. A full route schedule can be downloaded online from the Wood Buffalo Transit section or a paper copy can be picked up from the front counter of Jubilee Centre at 9909 Franklin Ave.
How long can I continue using a transfer to board buses?
Transfers are valid on the day of issue, for the time indicated. The transfer is torn at the time it expires. Customers will be allowed to stop over and travel in any direction during this period of time. Transfers are only issued on request upon entering the bus during time of fare payment and may only be used by the person to whom the transfer was issued.
What transportation options are there for seniors and people with disabilities?
Specialized Transportation Service is an accessible door-to-door service for seniors, and those unable to board the regular transit system. See Specialized Transportation for more information including booking, hours of service and fees.
Where can I find a bus stop?
Bus stop locations are shown on maps in bus shelters and on the main maps in the printed and downloadable transit guides. Look for signs on lamp posts and other poles with a green circle and black image of a bus inside. Unheated bus shelters are brown and opened to the elements; Heated shelters are grey and glassed-in.