Important Service Update for Saskatoon Transit and Access Transit today

For immediate release: March 3, 2024 - 9:36 am

Today’s ongoing snowfall with high gusting winds causing drifting continues to make for challenging roadway conditions all throughout Saskatoon. City snow crews and contractors are working  hard and around the clock plowing, grading and sanding/salting to get Saskatoon moving, however Transit Schedules will be delayed. 

Today, Sunday, March 3, Transit will have reduced service for fixed route to Priority 1 Streets only.

  • Please use the Transit App and Google Transit to see the live location of any bus on the road.
  • Access Transit will operate as emergency services only, provided buses are able to access the area.

What Transit users can expect today:

  • With blizzard-like conditions continuing in Saskatoon and anticipating an additional 10 to 15+ centimetres of snow,  expect Transit delays and frequency disruptions.
    • There will be frequency and route disruptions throughout today.
    • As roadway conditions improve, updates will be issued on the City’s website and the Transit app.
    • Thank you for your patience while we work through these challenging weather conditions.

Winter Transit Tips:

  • Stay up-to-date on current weather conditions.
  • Stay informed on the status of your bus. 
    • Transit service alerts regarding detours or temporary bus stop closures and real-time bus locations are available on third-party apps like Transit and Google Transit on desktop.
    • Pin the routes you use often and receive service alert push notifications.
    • Check our service alerts page.
  • Dress for the weather.
  • Winter driving conditions can result in delays, give yourself a little extra time to get to your destination.
  • Saskatoon Transit’s Safe Bus program runs year-round. If you are lost, cold, scared, or hurt, hold up your hand (palm out) in the direction of an approaching Transit bus, or go to a parked bus, & the operator will stop, contact emergency services & provide shelter to the next terminal.
  • Keep pathways clear and safe.

Visit for additional winter weather service impacts.

To report an issue or for more information, contact our Transit Customer Service Representatives at 306-975-3100.