May 23, 2019 - 1:05pm
May 23, 2019 - 1:00pm
Direct service from the Special Events Stop (outside the 2nd Avenue Lofts at 23rd Street and 2nd Avenue) to see Cher at SaskTel Centre on Thursday, May 23 is available at the following times:
Post event drop-off is the downtown terminal.
Regular fares apply ($3.00 per trip). Transfers and passes are also accepted.
Transit service times for special events at SaskTel Centre in May can be found at SaskatoonTransit.ca/plan-my-trip/popular-destinations. Experience the convenience of using Saskatoon Transit to attend all your favourite events.
May 15, 2019 - 4:06pm
May 15, 2019 - 4:00pm
It's the long weekend and on Victoria Day, Monday, May 20, the City of Saskatoon will have a number of adjusted civic services and altered holiday hours.
View all details at saskatoon.ca
May 14, 2019 - 3:54pm
May 14, 2019 - 4:00pm
The City of Saskatoon is hosting Bike to Work Day YXE on Wednesday, May 15, 2019: an initiative that encourages citizens to choose active transportation and to celebrate those who already use their bicycles to get to and from work and other commitments.
Anyone participating in Bike to Work Day YXE should note the following tips and information:
Learn more about Bike to Work Day YXE and find resources on cycling in the city at Saskatoon.ca/biketoworkyxe.
May 13, 2019 - 10:58am
May 13, 2019 - 11:00am
Direct service from the Special Events Stop (outside the 2nd Avenue Lofts at 23rd Street and 2nd Avenue) to see John Fogerty at SaskTel Centre on Monday, May 13 is available at the following times:
May 3, 2019 - 8:08am
May 3, 2019 - 8:00am
Direct service from the Special Events Stop (outside the 2nd Avenue Lofts at 23rd Street and 2nd Avenue) to the Saskatchewan Rush game on Friday, May 3 is available at the following times:
Direct service from the Special Events Stop to see Godsmack in concert on Sunday, May 5 is available at the following times:
Post event drop-off for both events is the downtown terminal.
May 2, 2019 - 3:33pm
May 2, 2019 - 3:30pm
The City of Saskatoon and GFL Environmental Inc. are hosting the next HHW Drop-off Day this Sunday, May 5 from 9am - 3:30pm at the Civic Operations Centre at 57 Valley Road.
Residents are invited to drop off their Household Hazardous Waste items for recycling and safe disposal. Common HHW includes aerosols, automotive fluids, batteries, cleaners, cylinders, light bulbs, medications, yard chemicals, and more. These and many other types of hazardous materials should not be put in the garbage or recycling containers, dumped on the ground or poured down the drain.
Ask the Wizard! To avoid potentially long line-ups and wait times, residents are also encouraged to use the Waste Wizard tool to search their items and find the most convenient disposal information.
For a list of accepted items, future drop-off dates, and more information on HHW, please visit saskatoon.ca/hazardouswaste.
April 30, 2019 - 11:18am
April 30, 2019 - 11:15am
Bus Rapid Transit — or BRT — routes will travel down 1st Avenue downtown and Broadway Avenue in Nutana. City Council made the decision at its regular business meeting Monday, April 29.
Council opted for BRT dedicated lanes on 1st Avenue downtown and in mixed traffic for Broadway.
The downtown north-south BRT route would run in dedicated transit lanes constructed in the centre of 1st Avenue with two centre median stations. One station is proposed to be constructed at the intersection of 1st Avenue and 21st Street and the other at the intersection of 1st Avenue and 23rd Street.
On Broadway, the mixed traffic plan is to construct two pairs of BRT stations on either side of Broadway Avenue at 12th Street and at 9th Street.
Under this option, there are no dedicated BRT lanes along Broadway Avenue, but Transit Signal Priority measures would be installed in traffic signals. The proposed BRT would mix with motor vehicle traffic that typically travels along Broadway Avenue, as well as vehicles entering and leaving on-street parking spaces.
BRT construction is not expected to begin until 2023 with a planned completion in 2025 and an estimated cost of $7.3 million for the Downtown and Nutana portions, subject to approval of funding.
Downtown Active Transportation Network
Council endorsed a Downtown Active Transportation Network but wants more engagement on the design of sidewalk and cycling infrastructure along approved corridors.
Fourth Avenue bike lanes to be removed
City Council also approved a motion to remove the temporary bike lane demonstration on Fourth Avenue by the end of June.
The detailed reports and relevant attachments can be found here.
April 26, 2019 - 9:27am
April 26, 2019 - 9:30am
Direct service from the Special Events Stop (outside the 2nd Avenue Lofts at 23rd Street and 2nd Avenue) to see the Saskatchewan Rush vs. the Colorado Mammoth at SaskTel Centre on Saturday, April 27 is available at the following times:
Transit service times for special events at SaskTel Centre in April can be found at SaskatoonTransit.ca/plan-my-trip/popular-destinations. Experience the convenience of using Saskatoon Transit to attend all your favourite events.
April 18, 2019 - 9:51am
April 18, 2019 - 9:45am
Direct service from the Special Events Stop (outside the 2nd Avenue Lofts at 23rd Street and 2nd Avenue) to see Michael Bublé at SaskTel Centre on Thursday, April 18 is available at the following times:
April 17, 2019 - 2:35pm
April 17, 2019 - 2:30pm
City Council will soon have the opportunity to consider detailed information about what routes a rapid bus service and active transportation network could look like for Nutana and the city centre.
Following more than three years of technical work and public engagement, Saskatoon City Council will receive reports with recommendations on possible routes for Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and the Downtown Active Transportation (AT) Network.
“The BRT system and Downtown AT Network are about more than transit, cycling and walking,” says Jay Magus, Director of Transportation. “They are about making a transportation system that works for everybody as the city grows and more people need to safely and efficiently move around the same amount of space.”
The BRT system and Downtown AT Network are key components of the City’s Plan for Growth, supporting corridor growth and economic development by improving the mobility of current and future residents. They enable viable options to automobile travel, helping the City with sustainability, climate and population growth challenges that are becoming increasingly important to address.
A number of network options have been evaluated in both the Downtown and Nutana areas for the BRT, and Downtown for the AT Network. The City Administration has considered the implications for each of the options and has made its recommendations. While there are recommended and preferred options based on the technical criteria for each system (BRT and AT), it must be stressed that any of the routing options evaluated will work and are supported by the Administration.
Magus says an intensive public engagement campaign was conducted that covered all areas of the city and offered many opportunities for input. “As our neighbourhoods and population continue to grow, by undertaking such a concerted engagement effort – for both the BRT and Downtown AT Network – we were able to look at how our technical recommendations can best work with what the citizens of Saskatoon see as important for the future of moving around our city.”
Report information, including technical recommendations and engagement results, are available on the City of Saskatoon website at saskatoon.ca/transit-plan (for BRT) and saskatoon.ca/moving-around/cycling/cycling-plans-projects (for Downtown AT Network). The official Agenda for the April 29th City Council meeting will be available April 24th at 4:00 p.m. at saskatoon.ca/city-hall.