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STUDENT ART CONTEST: DEADLINE MAY 31, 2018

Saskatoon Transit is striving to create a sense of community and a youthful atmosphere by hosting its 1st Student Art contest for Grades 3 and 7. These grades were chosen as they both discuss public transportation as part of their curriculum. Two winners will be chosen, one from each grade to have art displayed on city Transit buses throughout the summer. 

The theme is Active Transportation and all the modes that exist in Saskatoon. (I.e. public transit, cycling, walking, car sharing, taxis, car-pooling, skate boarding etc… and their combination with each other). Winners will be chosen for how well their art fits the theme and “best captures the spirit of active transportation.” Please ask your teacher if you have any questions about the rules.

Timeline

May 31                Art submitted to teacher - deadline

June 27                Winner and Art Revealed - Press Conference

 
Pilote route 808: starting JUNE 1, 2018

For some it’s a challenge getting to health care facilities using public transit. Route 808 is a pilot bus route designed to give people an easy way to get to and from their appointments. Starting June 1, Route 808 will travel between City Hall, Saskatoon Housing Authority, Cancer Centre, Field House, Luther Tower, Ronald McDonald House, City Hospital and Medical Arts while servicing the residential neighborhoods nearby. This route with operate on weekdays between 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. (Regular fares apply) To plan your trip after June 1, download the mobile app called Transit,  review the route map (available shortly) or call 306.975.3100.

 
Commuter Challenge: June 3-9, 2018

Consider taking the Commuter Challenge during the week of June 3-9, 2018! The Commuter Challenge is a national initiative that encourages people to try a mode of active and sustainable transportation like the bus, biking, or carpooling. During this week, the City of Saskatoon is challenging City employees to complete a line of Commuter Challenge Bingo. Consider leading Commuter Challenge Bingo or another individual or organizational challenge at your place of work. 

 

2018 Service Changes: effective July 1, 2018

Changes are being made in an effort to better serve citizens by improving service and increasing frequency. Saskatoon Transit will continue to offer high frequency service along main corridors with the addition of 10 minute frequency along Preston Avenue and Attridge Drive up to Nelson Road/Lowe Road throughout week days, with 30 minute frequency during evenings, weekends, and statutory holidays.

Crews are out preparing for the changes by installing / updating signage to reflect the July 1 changes. All current routes and stops remain in effect until July 1.  

Please review the New and Altered routes!

 

Transit 101

Riding with Saskatoon Transit means you’re sharing space with other passengers and our operators. Here are some etiquette tips to help make everyone’s trip as enjoyable as possible.

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Mobile Apps

Saskatoon Transit has real time transit tracking through the third party developers, Transit App and Google Maps Transit.

 

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