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All new Transit routes start Sept. 2

On September 2, 2014, transit riders will experience the benefits of a new route structure along with the opening of the Bethel Transit Terminal. For more information visit: Upcoming new service

Mailing Address
2001 Sherwood Drive
Sherwood Park, Alberta T8A 3W7
Canada

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What's new

  • August 29 - Route 414 - due to the ITU Triathlon Grand Final races, There will be no drop offs/pick ups at stop #2844 in front of the Jubilee Auditorium from 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. this will be for Friday's service only.
  • Effective Tuesday Sept 2, stops #8852 and #8853 will be removed from Broadview Drive at Baseline Road.  Please use stops #8004 and #8005 on Baseline Road between Broadmoor Blvd and Broadview Drive.
  • September 2, 2014 is a big day for Strathcona County Transit's customers! Transit will be implementing completely new routes  as well as opening the Bethel Transit Terminal .  Check out the new  Sherwood Park Fall service and the new commuter service to Edmonton.
  • There's lots going on at the Bethel Transit Terminal! More...
  • Advantage Parking - Transit's new paid parking program will begin at the Bethel Transit Terminal September 2. More about this optional program .
  • Current schedules are in effect until September 1, 2014. See local and commuter schedules here.
  • Want updates on significant transit disruptions or news? Follow #sctransit on twitter.
  • Fall local and commuter schedules now available
  • Check out Mobility Bus ! It's our new accessible transit service. 
  • New stops added to Dial-A-Bus. Check them out!
  • Please help us make your transit trip more pleasant and lead by example. Be a courteous commuter by following these helpful behaviours.
  • Lose something? Transit Lost and Found

Strathcona County Transit vision and mission 

Vision: 

As a recognized leader in the transit industry, Strathcona County Transit takes pride in providing excellent service to the community while enhancing quality of life and promoting sustainability.

Mission:

Strathcona County Transit provides local, intermunicipal and specialized public transit services for the community that are Customer-focused, Accessible, Reliable, Efficient and Safe (CARES).

Last updated: Friday, August 29, 2014
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