City of Moose Jaw Transit Division
Regular transit service is provided on modern, accessible vehicles. All of our buses were replaced in 2008 and come equipped with two wheelchair locations, a loading ramp and a kneeling feature to ease access and egress.
Electronic destination signs display the route number and name. The route name is reflective of the area of the city service by the route. The route number is also displayed on the curb side and rear of the transit vehicles.
Service is provided on four routes which converge in the downtown core in the vicinity of City Hall and the Mae Wilson theatre. Only a few areas of the City are outside of a 300 walking distance (5 minutes) of a bus stop.
The City of Moose Jaw will provide free Transit service on Election Day, Monday, November 9, 2020.
Moose Jaw Transit Returns To Fares and Full-Service Schedule September 8, 2020
Effective Tuesday, September 8, City of Moose Jaw Transit returns to regular schedules and regular fares. This includes our daily “school run” bus service.
Two-metre physical distancing can not be guaranteed on our buses so the City of Moose Jaw strongly recommends the wearing of non-medical masks or face coverings. Masks will be made available to boarding passengers upon request. Passengers will not be denied service for not wearing a mask. Additional safety guidelines:
- Full-seated loads only; no standing room available.
- Stay home if you are sick.
- Any passenger calling Paratransit to request a ride will be asked a series of assessment questions provided by the Saskatchewan Health Authority to determine the passenger's well-being.
Learn more about non-medical mask usage:
- Federal guidance on non-medical masks & face coverings
- Provincial guidance on non-medical cloth masks