St. Albert Transit

St. Albert Transit

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Weather Event November 24, 2015, PM Peak - All local and commuter routes are in operation.  Roadway conditions continue to result in extended travel times.  Please plan accordingly.  Priority will be to maintain departure times of commuter routes from downtown Edmonton and the University of Alberta.  Buses may not be able to pull closely to curbs.  On-road Inspectors will take all measures possible to facilitate connections at the transit stations.  St. Albert Transit wishes to thank all of our passengers for their patience during these inclement conditions.

14th Anniversary Fill-A-Bus Campaign - St. Albert Transit is proud to be a sponsor of the 14th Anniversary Fill-A-Bus Campaign, in support of the 49th Annual Kinettes Christmas Hamper Campaign.  This event is taking place Saturday, December 5, 2015 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.  They will be accepting donations of non-perishable food items and toys at the following St. Albert locations: Costco, Canadian Tire, Sobeys, Safeway and Real Canadian Superstore.  

Christmas Holiday Service Schedule - The 2015 Christmas Holiday Service Schedule is now available.  St. Albert Transit will be operating on a modified schedule beginning December 24, 2015 until January 1, 2016.  Please see the Christmas Holiday Service Schedules for changes to the routes you regularly travel.

Important Changes to Routes 201 & 203 - Please be advised that effective November 2, 2015, changes will be made to the schedules of Routes 201 & 203 in the pm peak period.  For more information and to view the revised schedules, please click here.

Edmonton LRT Delays – St. Albert Transit (StAT) is anticipating travel delays for its riders due to Edmonton Light Rail Transit (LRT) opening its Metro line to NAIT on Sunday, September 6.  It is possible riders will experience delays of up to 16 minutes, based on information recently announced to Edmonton City Council.  These delays will impact Commuter Routes 201, 202, 209, and 211.  Given the expected delays, passengers of StAT and residents travelling into Edmonton through other means are encouraged to leave earlier to account for increased travel time.  Riders will be informed in upcoming weeks of any permanent route or schedule changes.

StAT eNotice Subscription Sign-Up is Back! - Passengers are now welcome to sign up to receive StAT eNotices.  eNotice is an email-based bulletin service that alerts you of events that may impact your transit trip, such as construction detours or weather disruptions.  StAT urges all of our passengers to take advantage of this free and informative service.  Please visit our eNotice page and subscribe now!

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