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City of Moose Jaw Transit Division

Due to Fairford St E/2nd Ave E, High St W/Main St & Main St N closures:

Beginning Monday, July 13 the transfer point will return to the 200 block of Main St N for all routes, and the Route 1 - Athabasca E route will detour as it did previously by going south on Main St, west on Manitoba, north on 3rd Ave NW, east on Fairford, and then north on 1St Ave NW.


To further meet the needs of Moose Javians during the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Moose Jaw has made the following changes to Moose Jaw Transit operations, effective Monday, March 30, 2020:

  • Transit will revise regular hours and routes to run from 9:55 a.m. – 5:15 p.m.
  • To assist in continuing to meet rider expectations a “Dial a Bus” service will be implemented and filled based on availability between 7am and 7pm.
  • To assist seniors and higher-risk individuals, Transit will take bookings to meet the high-risk customer shopping hours offered by Safeway/Coop/Superstore/Wal-Mart.
  • To book the service you are asked to call with as much notice as possible as bookings will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.
  • Phone 306-694-4513.


Transit is offered from 7am to 7pm.  Where rides are required outside of standard transit route schedules they will be accommodated via our dial a ride service which can be reached or a message left at 306-694-4513.  Dial a ride fits within our current on demand service.  For best results, trips should be scheduled ahead of time.

Carrying just over 450,000 passengers per year, the City of Moose Jaw Transit Division provides public transit service to the community under three (3) programs; Regular Transit, Paratransit, and Charter Service. We use modern vehicles for all three services.

All of our vehicles are wheel chair accessible utilizing either an on-board lift or a ramp. Our regular service buses carry either 31 or 37 seated passengers. Our Paratransit buses can accommodate up to 6 wheel chairs, 12 seated passengers or a combination of the two.

The City of Moose Jaw Transit System operates Monday-Saturday year-round (with the exception of statutory holidays) and offers bus service to all areas of the community.. Routes are designed to provide the most efficient service possible to the citizens of Moose Jaw. Very few areas of the City are more than 300 metres from a bus stop.

The following pages provide information on our system.

Regular Transit


Charter Service

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