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2001 Sherwood Drive
Sherwood Park, Alberta T8A 3W7

About Transit
Transit announcements

What's new

  • Easter long weekend service information now available.
  • Fare Strategy draft recommendations are available! See them here.
  • Yes, Transit is doing some market research.
    During the month of March, Transit will be conducting random in-person (on routes and at the bus terminals) and telephone surveys as part of its continuing efforts to best understand current and potential Transit usage. This information will be used to determine markets for ridership growth (amongst riders and non-riders). So please, if you are asked to participate, please take some time and answer our questions. More...
  • We're making improvements!
    Starting March 9 the Transit Service Controller will be taking control of the afternoon commute! More...
  • Weather can change without notice in the winter. It's nice right now, but anything can happen. Snow, freezing rain, sudden warming or a drastic drop in temperature: these happen in Alberta. Knowing this, please keep in mind that with winter conditions, buses can only move as fast as the rest of traffic. Here are a few winter safety tips  to keep in mind as you travel this winter
  • Due to technical issues Strathcona County Transit on Google Transit (as advertised in our Ride Guide) launch is delayed. We'll let you know as soon as it is up and running.
  • Check out the new Sherwood Park Fall service and the new commuter service to Edmonton.
  • Advantage Parking - Transit's new paid parking program is now available at the Bethel Transit Terminal. More about this optional program .
  • Want updates on significant transit disruptions or news? Follow #sctransit on twitter.
  • 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: Monday, March 30, 2015
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