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Grande Prairie Transit

Grande Prairie Transit
Founded 1981
Service area urban area
Service type bus service, paratransit
Operator First Student Canada
Website City Transit

Grande Prairie Transit (colloquially referred to as GP Transit) is the public transportation system in the city of Grande Prairie in northwestern Alberta, Canada. Although the Public Works Department is responsible for GP Transit and the vehicles are owned by the city, the bus service has always been operated by private contractors since its inception in 1981.[1]

Five bus routes operate every 30 minutes during peak hours and hourly the rest of the day, with reduced service on Saturdays, Sundays and statutory holidays.[2] The transit terminal is located downtown at the corner of 99th Street and 99th Avenue, adjacent to the Towne Centre Mall, and provides a convenient point for transfers between all bus routes. Coordinates: 55°10′11″N 118°47′30″W / 55.16972°N 118.79167°W / 55.16972; -118.79167


Scheduled bus routes

During the week the transit system commences operations before of 6 am, with the last bus scheduled to leave at 10:15 pm. On weekends service starts a few hours later, just before 9 am, and on Sundays and statutory holidays the final runs start at 4:15 pm. Times on individual routes vary.[2]

No. Destinations Route description Notes
1 S. Patterson
Prairie Mall
Prairie Mall, Crystal Ridge, Summit, Mountview, Hillside, Downtown, 100 St south to South Patterson Place, Country Club Estates, Country Club West, South Patterson Place, Patterson Place, 100 St north to Downtown, VLA, Mountview, Prairie Mall
2 Prairie Mall
Countryside South
Prairie Mall, High Schools, Avondale, Downtown, Highland Park (East), Patterson Place (East), South Patterson Place (East), Countryside South, South Patterson Place (East), Patterson Place (East), Highland Park (East), Downtown, Avondale, Prairie Mall
3 Ivy Lake
Mission Heights
Ivy Lake Estates, Crystal Heights, Summit, Prairie Mall, Mountview, VLA, Downtown, Highland Place, Highland Park (West), Mission Heights (East), CKC, Mission Heights (West), Highland Park (West), Highland Place, Downtown, Smith, Ivy Lake Estates
4 College
Downtown, College, Gateway, Richmond Industrial Park, Westside Park, Downtown
5 Prairie Mall
Crystal Lake
Prairie Mall, 100 St north to 132 Ave, Scenic Ridge, Crystal Ridge (North), Lakeland, Crystal Lake Estates, Crystal Ridge (South), Prairie Mall, Northgate, Royal Oaks, College, Royal Oaks, Northgate, Prairie Mall Does not meet with other buses at Downtown Hub. Instead joined to network by College and Prairie Mall stops.


Specialized transport services are supplied by the independent Disabled Transportation Society (DTS) of Grande Prairie, which operates five wheelchair accessible vehicles and one fifteen passenger van.[3] The non-profit society is largely funded by the city, supplemented by donations and other fundraising events.


Bus roster see GP Transit Fleet Roster 2007 at CPTDB wiki


External links

  • Grande Prairie Transit page on

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