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Public Transit

Camrose Area Rideshare

The City of Camrose's Rural Transportation two-year pilot project, “Camrose Area Rideshare,” (funded by the Government of Alberta) launched on November 6, 2019. Previously known as “Camrose Carpool,” Camrose Area Rideshare was a web-based carpooling program with a phone-in option that was designed to provide local and rural residents access to public transportation while also providing information to help address gaps in the transit system.

However, due to underutilization and COVID-19, the decision was made to suspend the program indefinitely.

Camrose Community Bus

The following steps are being taken to help stop the spread of COVID-19:

  • - Drivers will encourage riders to practice social distancing by leaving seats in between each other.
  • - Drivers have the right to refuse someone getting on if they are visibly ill.
  • - As per AHS guidelines, masks are still required on public transit.

The Camrose Community Bus provides a fixed route service on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. The bus is equipped with accessible ramps and equipment that secures strollers, walkers, and wheelchairs.


$2.00 one way.

Route and schedule

View the bus route and schedule.

On-demand and group booking

On-demand and group bookings are available on Mondays and Wednesdays. These services are provided under a contract with the Rose City Handi-Van Society. Please call the Rose City Handi-Van Society at 780.672.8777 for more information.

Transit offices and contact information

Rose City Handi-Van Society
5415 - 49 Avenue
P: 780.672.8777

Transit tips

  • Make sure you are in a visible location for the driver to spot you, waving to the driver insures they know you want to get onto the bus
  • Plan to arrive at the bus stop a few minutes early
  • Have your correct fare ready before boarding the bus
  • Take a seat as soon as possible after boarding the bus
  • Hold on while the bus is in motion
  • Keep your head, hands and arms inside of the bus
  • Remind your driver before you leave the bus if you have to remove your bike from the bike rack
  • Be a good neighbour. Yelling or loud music on the bus can be distracting for the driver and other passengers
  • Hold on to your children, strollers, parcels, luggage, and sports equipment
  • Assist your children on and off the bus
Camrose Connector

The "Camrose Connector" Rural Transportation Pilot Project ended on March 26, 2021.

View the news release for more information.

Taxi Tokens
The Taxi Token Program provides transit options to those with financial difficulties. Taxis in Camrose cost about $8.00 a ride. The taxi tokens give the rider a $4.00 discount on the taxi or handi-van fare therefore lowering the cost to what bus fares are in other cities. Currently Armand's, Rose City, and the Rose City Handi-van accept tokens. Taxi drivers are not obligated to accept the tokens, so we're aware that the system still has some problems.

Streets and Sidewalks

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