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Prince Albert Transit

Prince Albert Transit
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Slogan ... on the move
Parent PA Dept. of Public Works
Headquarters 1084 Central Avenue
Locale Prince Albert, SK
Service type bus service
Operator FirstBus Canada[1]
Website Bus Service

Prince Albert Transit provides local city bus service in the City of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada. Intercity service for passengers and freight to destinations throughout the rest of the province is provided by the Saskatchewan Transportation Company, with connecting service to national bus routes.

Services

There are six scheduled bus routes with the downtown transfer point located at Central Avenue and 14th Street. Like many small transit systems all the routes run on one way loops, to give better coverage of the city with a limited number of vehicles. There is no transit service to the communities, industrial areas and airport on the north side of the North Saskatchewan River.

Hours of operation are on Monday to Friday from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm and on Saturdays from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. There is no service on Sundays or statutory holidays[1]

Scheduled routes

  • 15th Street
  • Express
  • East Flat
  • East Hill/Carlton
  • West Hill/Hospital
  • West Flat

References

External links

  • Prince Albert Transit Route Map


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