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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

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2001 Sherwood Drive
Sherwood Park, Alberta T8A 3W7

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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 


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.


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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