Edmonton

Public Service Announcement – ETS winter schedule adjustments begin December 1

ETS winter schedule adjustments begin December 1 Edmonton Transit Service (ETS) will introduce schedule adjustments to several bus routes to improve schedule reliability, service efficiency and connections beginning Sunday, December 1, 2019. Changes will stay in effect until Saturday, February 8, 2020.Construction detours will also end for Routes 112 and 322, and buses will return … Continue reading

Edmonton Transit System fares change in February 2017; New fares represent an average increase of approximately three per cent.
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Edmonton Transit System fares change in February 2017; New fares represent an average increase of approximately three per cent.

News Release Edmonton Transit System fares change in February 2017   As part of the City Council approved three-year budget cycle, Edmonton Transit System (ETS) is adjusting fares for some passes in 2017. The new fares represent an average increase of approximately three per cent. However, cash fares, the Assured Income for Severely Handicapped (AISH) monthly … Continue reading

Enhanced service, schedule changes on ETS routes
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Enhanced service, schedule changes on ETS routes

News Release Enhanced service, schedule changes on ETS routes There will be minor changes to some Edmonton Transit System (ETS) bus routes starting Sunday, December 6 as ETS makes seasonal adjustments to improve service reliability and connections. In addition, eight new ETS bus routes equipped with Smart Bus technology will begin providing enhanced service to … Continue reading

ETS rewards courteous transit riders with 10,000 “I’m an ETS Hero” buttons
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ETS rewards courteous transit riders with 10,000 “I’m an ETS Hero” buttons

News Release ETS is Recruiting…. HEROES! ETS rewards courteous transit riders with 10,000 “I’m an ETS Hero” buttons Councillor Scott McKeen and students from Grace Martin School launched theI’m an ETS Hero button campaign which rewards courteous transit users. Councillor McKeen, the grade 4-6 students, their teachers and two costumed “ETS heroes” demonstrated great transit … Continue reading