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City of Moose Jaw Transit Division

NEWS

TRANSIT UPDATE: Detours due to Normandy Drive Paving Project

The City of Moose Jaw advises that effective August 2, 2022, Transit detours affecting Route 2 – Sunningdale will be in effect for the duration of Phase 3-5 of the Normandy Drive paving project.

The City of Moose Jaw asks all drivers to obey signage and exercise caution in construction zones for the safety of everyone.

Moose Jaw Transit Adds Service to Yara Centre Beginning February 28, 2022

The City of Moose Jaw is pleased to announce that Moose Jaw Transit service is expanding to include stops at the Yara Centre.

Beginning Monday, February 28, the Athabasca West-Thatcher route (Route 3) will take customers to the Yara Centre (1400 High Street West).

To accommodate this extra service, some bus stop timing changes will be incorporated. Beginning February 28, a layover previously scheduled at the 13th Ave NW & Pascoe Dr. W bus stop will be eliminated and stop times between these two locations will be moved ahead by five minutes.

Additionally, Route 2 – Sunningdale will see bus stop timing changes between West Park Crossing and the Kinsmen Sportsplex. A layover previously occurring at West Park Crossing will be moved to the Kinsmen Sportsplex and stop times between these two locations will be moved ahead by 2 minutes.

Please see below for Moose Jaw Transit’s updated Route Map and Fixed Route Schedule, effective February 28, 2022:

Saturday Dial-A-Ride Service Ends; Saturday Paratransit Service Continues

Moose Jaw Transit’s Dial-A-Ride service on Saturdays has come to an end.

During 2022 Budget deliberations, City Council approved an end to Dial-A-Ride transit service on Saturdays, effective January 1, 2022.

Paratransit service on Saturdays will continue to be available to registered clients. For more information on this service, please contact the Transit office at (306) 694-4488 or transit@moosejaw.ca, or see our Paratransit Service page for more details.

    TRANSIT INFORMATION

    Moose Jaw Transit provides fixed route service from Monday through Friday on four routes which converge in the downtown core in the vicinity of City Hall and the Mae Wilson theatre. Additional coverage is offered on regular school days to high school students on our School Extra runs. Paratransit Service is offered from Monday to Saturday. Moose Jaw Transit does not operate on Sundays or statutory holidays.

    Regular transit service is provided on modern, accessible vehicles equipped with lowering boarding platforms and loading ramps as well as two wheelchair spaces to accommodate customers with special needs. Travelling by bicycle or with a stroller? Ask your transit driver for assistance in securing your item on a front-mounted bike rack or inside the bus.

    Electronic destination signs display the route numbers and names on the curb side and rear of each of the buses. The route names are reflective of the area of the city serviced by the routes.

    Bus stops are placed along each route at locations that are practical based on distance and roadway geometry. Stops are placed at or adjacent to major intersections as well as every two to three blocks, and are located within walking distance of most areas of the city.

    Benches and shelters are located at busy bus stops and in locations where weather may be a factor in passenger comfort. If you witness a bench or shelter being damaged, please call Moose Jaw Police Service at 911. To report vandalism, please ‘Report an Issue and select ‘Transit’, or download the City of Moose Jaw app and select ‘Report an Issue’ and then select ‘Transit’.

    More Information:

    Transit Fares & Passes

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    Paratransit Service

    Charter Service

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    COVID-19 SAFETY

     

    • Please stay home if you are sick and/or exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19. If you have tested positive for COVID-19, please stay home for five days from the date of test or 24 hours after fever has resolved without the aid of fever-reducing medications and all other symptoms have been improving for at least 48 hours, whichever is later. Please stay home if you have been advised to self-isolate by Public Health. Moose Jaw Transit reserves the right to refuse service to anyone not abiding by these standards
    • Masks are recommended but not mandatory on board Transit buses. Disposable masks are available to passengers upon request.
    • Hand sanitizer is available to passengers on all buses.
    • Buses are disinfected periodically throughout the day, and thoroughly cleaned regularly.

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