Family of Services
Conventional transit buses are all fully accessible. They have low floors and the ability to “kneel” and deploy a ramp if needed, making the conventional fleet a viable option for those with mobility issues. With conventional buses being fully accessible and offering the flexibility and spontaneity of travel, they are a great part of our Family of Services for all citizens of Saskatoon.
Access Transit customers find using both services allows them more flexibility and spontaneity in their travel. The cost to ride Access is the same as on our conventional buses and the method of payment is also the same.
In both Access and conventional buses, there is equipment provided to ensure your wheel chair or scooter can be secured during the trip.On Access walkers can also be secured, but on a conventional bus, it is the responsibility of the customer to ensure it is secured when the vehicle is in motion.
On both conventional and Access Transit, it is expected that you take only what you can carry. Our drivers, while willing to give you assistance, are not expected or able to help carry large packages or groceries beyond what you can manage on your own.
Please forward any comments, questions or concerns regarding your Transit experience, whether on a conventional bus or an Access bus, to 306-975-3100. We appreciate the feedback and use it to improve the services we provide.
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