The phone lines at Access Transit and Transit Customer Service are down. We are working to resolve the issue, however, in the mean time please feel free to email: AccessTransit@saskatoon.ca or Transit.Services@saskatoon.ca or come to the Customer Service Centre in person at 226 23rd Street. We apologize for the inconvenience.
News & Announcements
First, the bad news: there are times when real-time info isn't available. (There could be a few reasons why: maybe an asteroid hit a cell tower. Or there was a mix-up in the data tubes.)
Without this real-time intel, the app instead shows scheduled times: so you see when your bus is supposed to arrive, instead of where…
BRT is a new type of transit service for Saskatoon that will help connect riders from where they are to where they want to be. It will form the backbone of a transit system built around frequent, direct transit links.
- Special event bus service to SaskTel Centre this weekend March 17, 2023 - 6:00 am
- A simple thank you can go a long way March 16, 2023 - 6:00 am
- Bus service to Rush vs. Seals March 10, 2023 - 6:00 am
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.
Saskatoon Transit has real time transit tracking through third party developers, Transit App and Google Maps Transit.
Get a monthly discount of at least 40% off the cost of a regular adult monthly pass if your employer is one of our partners in the Eco Pass Program.
Access Transit is for those who are unable to use the regular transit system with safety and dignity. We are a shared-ride service, with 28 mid-sized transit diesel buses, providing transportation from accessible door to accessible door service.
Needing to get somewhere specific? Check out our list of popular destinations that are easily accessible by Saskatoon Transit.