The City of Grande Prairie is introducing newly redesigned transit routes and schedules starting August 6 to enhance connectivity and provide improved service within the City.

A new Rider's Guide is available now on the Routes and Schedules page at

About the redesign

The new system features three types of service delivery:

  • Conventional fixed route
  • Conventional fixed route with Community Shuttle buses
  • On-demand service-using smaller buses connecting people from bus stops within select neighbourhoods to transit hubs

All areas and stops currently served by transit will continue to be served by one of the three service delivery methods.

Highlights of the new system include:

  • All routes meet/transfer downtown at the Towne Centre Mall
  • Service to the Grande Prairie Regional Hospital
  • Three routes travelling between downtown and the Eastlink Centre
  • Two-way service along 100 St. between downtown and Prairie Mall
  • Two-way service along 104 Ave. linking downtown, Northwestern Polytechnic and the Westgate area.
  • A new “Shoppers Shuttle” route connecting all of the shopping areas between downtown and the Westgate area with 30 minute service all day
  • On-Demand Service to be implemented in the following neighbourhoods:


·Signature Falls

·Countryside North

·Countryside South

·O’Brien Lake


·Crystal Landing

·Richmond Industrial Park South



·Trader Ridge

·Crystal Ridge

·Trumpeter Village


The goal of the re-design is to:

  • Provide enhanced service to key destinations
  • Provide routes and service options that are more direct and easier to understand
  • Reduce travel time
  • Increase ridership

The Transit Redesign included community consultation and is future focused  to match the growth and technological developments in the City so we can deliver better transit services to our residents with increasing efficiency.

The City looks forward to this new development to keep you connected to our growing City.

Information provided by the City of Grande Prairie