Whitecourt Transit encompasses a variety of services and programs,
and includes Public Transit and Dial-A-Bus service.
See below for more information.
Public Transit offers a cost-effective, environmentally friendly, and convenient alternatives for getting around town.
The route provides service throughout the valley and hilltop areas of Whitecourt, and follows a loop throughout town that takes approximately one hour to complete. In June, two new transit buses were put into service. The buses are low floor accessible with no steps, and can accommodate wheelchairs, scooters, walkers and strollers.
- Monday to Friday: 6:30 a.m. to 8:44 p.m.
- Saturday : 9:00 a.m. to 4:44 p.m.
- No bus service on Sundays and statutory holidays
Public Transit Fares
|Transit 10-Ticket Pack
|Adult Monthly Pass
|Senior/Youth Monthly Pass
|Children 6 and Under
Student Annual Pass
(valid September 1 through August 31)
Where to buy
Passes and ticket packs can be purchased at:
- Town of Whitecourt Office - 5004 52 Avenue
- Allan & Jean Millar Centre - 58 Sunset Boulevard
- IGA - 4802 51 Street
Public Transit Route & Stops
For more information on Public Transit contact 780-778-3637 or email@example.com
Advertising with Public Transit
Get noticed by advertising with Public Transit. Space is currently available. Please contact 780-778-3637 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on advertising rates and options.
Exterior advertising is available on the back of 3 buses for semi-annual or annual terms at a cost of $500 per month (just $5,500 per year per bus).
There are five bus shelters with space available for semi-annual or annual terms at a cost of $300-$400 per month (location dependent).
Interior advertising is available for $60-$200 per month.
Transportation Grant Program For Seniors And Persons With Disabilities
The Transportation for Seniors and Persons with Disabilities Grant Program is a transportation voucher program that provides 12 vouchers twice per year to qualified recipients. Vouchers can be used in lieu of fare on Public Transit, and in the Dial-A-Bus (when approved for service), and in a taxi. Taxi use is only permitted when Public Transit and/or Dial-A-Bus are not operating.
Voucher: Taxi Cab - with a $3.65 (GST included) charge plus a voucher (substituting additional tickets for the $3.65 fee is not accepted).
Voucher: Dial-A-Bus - One voucher only. If you do not have a voucher, there is a $3.00 (no GST) one way fee.
Voucher: Whitecourt Transit - One voucher only. If you do not have a voucher, there is a $3.00 (no GST) one way fee.
Dial-A-Bus Monthly Pass - Can be used on Public Transit.
To be eligible for the program individuals must be over 65 years, and/or receiving AISH benefits, or have a mental or physical disability that has been assessed by a doctor.
Dial-A-Bus is a section of Whitecourt Transit that provides specialized, accessible, to-the-door services for individuals with physical or cognitive impairments who are unable to access Public Transit stops. To be eligible for the program individuals must be over 65 years, and/or receiving AISH benefits, or have a mental or physical disability that has been assessed by a doctor.
All individuals who require the use of Dial-A-Bus service must complete a Dial-A-Bus application form and have an assessment completed by a physician. Physicians will only approve individuals who are not able to access Public Transit stops. This may include individuals who are experiencing physical or functional disabilities, or health conditions (temporary or permanent).
Please contact Community Services at 780-778-6300 if you have questions regarding the application process.
Eligible individuals can ride the bus:
Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon, and 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. (The last pickup will be at 2:45 p.m.)
Cash: $3.00 one-way fee (GST included)
Voucher: One voucher per one-way ride
Monthly Pass: $40.00/month. Can also be used on Public Transit.
You must be a registered user to ride the Dial-A-Bus. Applications can be picked up at Guest Services at the Allan & Jean Millar Centre or downloaded from the link below.