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Red Deer Transit

Red Deer Transit
Founded 1966
Headquarters Civic Yards: 200,
7721-40 Avenue
Locale Red Deer, Alberta
Service type bus service, paratransit
Routes 12
Website Transit Dept.

The Red Deer Transit Department is part of the Community Services Division of the City of Red Deer, which lies mid way between Calgary and Edmonton in the province of Alberta, Canada. The city took over operation of the public transit system from private operators in 1966. In 2009 transit service was extended to Springbrook and Gasoline Alley in Red Deer County.[1]


There are 12 regular bus routes that operate daily.[2] Hours of operation are on Monday to Saturday from 6:15 am to 11:15 pm and on Sundays and Holidays from 8:45 am to 6:45 pm.[3] Exact cash fare, prepaid ticket or pass is required to ride the transit service.

Additionally, Route 12A provides peak hour service and limited weekend service to Springbrook. Route 50 provides peak hour service to the Edgar Industrial Park. The Riverside Industrial Park is served by Route 51, the main peak hour service provider for this area; various limited service deviations are known as Route 52, 53 and 54.[2]

Service was extended to Lacombe and Blackfalds via BOLT transit. It sets off via Sorrensen Station in Red Deer.


Red Deer Transit bus routes
No. Name Service area Notes
1 South Hill / Inglewood Bower Mall, Southpointe Common, Inglewood (South)
2 Oriole Park / Johnstone Park (South) Johnstone Park, Oriole Park, Riverside Meadows, Fairview
3 College / Anders West Lake, Bethany Care, South Hill, Sunnybrook
4 Glendale / Kentwood Village Mall, Highland Green, Glendale, Northwood Estates
5 Rosedale / Deer Park Woodlea, Michener Centre, Clearview, Collicutt Centre, Notre Dame High School
6 Clearview Ridge Clearview Ridge, Eastview Middle School
7 Morrisroe / Vanier Woods Parkvale, Mountview, Deer Park Co-Op, Lancaster
8 Pines / Normandeau Parkland Mall, Pines, Normandeau, Kentwood (East)
9 Eastview / Inglewood Grandview, Eastview Estates, Deer Park, Collicutt Centre
10 West Park / Gaetz Ave South Hospital, Red Deer College, Bower Mall, Westerner
11 GH Dawe Centre / Johnstone Park Parkland Mall, G.H. Dawe Community Centre, Johnstone Park (North)
12 Gasoline Alley Bower Mall, Westerner, Petrolia Industrial Park, Gasoline Alley
12A Gasoline Alley / Springbrook Bower Mall, Westerner, Petrolia Industrial Park, Gasoline Alley, Springbrook
20-38 School Special Varies - School Only Routes [4]
50 Edgar Industrial Park Cronquist Business Park, Highland Green
51 Riverside Industrial/Olymel City Centre, Riverside Industrial
52 West Park, Downtown, Highland Green (59 Ave), Glendale, Kentwood (East)
53 Oriole Park, Riverside Meadows, Highland Green, Normandeau
54 Inglewood, Collicut Centre, Morrisroe, Eastview, Bower, South Hill, Parkvale, Waskasoo
100 BOLT - Express [5] Red Deer, Lacombe, Blackfalds
101 BOLT Red Deer, Lacombe, Blackfalds

Sorensen Station

Sorensen Station
Transit Terminal/Parkade
Location 4914-48 Avenue[6]
Parking 300 monthly
100 daily[6]
Opened August 1, 2010[7]

The city owned transit terminal and parkade[7] is located on the southwest corner of 49 Street and 49 Avenue. The facility includes a customer service centre and a three storey parkade with over 400 parking spaces.


  1. ^ All-Time List of Canadian Transit Systems by David A. Wyatt
  2. ^ a b Red Deer Transit Schedules
  3. ^ Transit Service Hours
  4. ^
  5. ^
  6. ^ a b Sorensen Station Parkade
  7. ^ a b Transit terminal moves into Sorensen Station

External links

  • Transit History of Red Deer, Alberta
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