Welcome to Airdrie Transit

Airdrie Transit is working on keeping our customers safely moving as the economy in Alberta restarts. Over the coming weeks, we are excited to welcome you back on your trips to work, school, and other activities. We have implemented new and enhanced measures to improve the safety on our vehicles and to meet your public transit needs. 

Please check back often for updates as we continue to evolve our response strategies to COVID-19.

We sincerely appreciate your patience and understanding as we continue to work through this very challenging time. We hope all of our customers are safe and healthy.

For information on the City’s response to COVID-19, please visit our Emergency Management page in response to COVID-19.


Transit safety measures

Airdrie Transit is encouraging customers to consider the following:

• If you are feeling unwell, please stay home and avoid public activities.
• Please try to leave space between yourself and other customers.
• If you sneeze or cough, please cover your mouth using your arm.
• Wash your hands frequently; including any opportunities before you board any city bus.
• Please avoid any direct close interactions with others, including bus drivers. Bus drivers will not be handling any tickets directly.


The use of non-medical masks or face coverings are strongly recommended to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Airdrie Transit encourages our customers to wear non-medical masks when physical distancing may not be possible. Complimentary disposable masks are available to all Airdrie Transit users. 

Please see further information on proper mask wearing here Wear a Mask.

Wearing a mask on transit helps to keep your community safe!


We're working hard to thoroughly clean all of our vehicles, to ensure we are providing safe transportation for our customers. We have enhanced cleaning and sanitization on all buses which includes frequent wiping of high touch points such as seats, stanchions and doors.

Operator Barriers

The wellbeing of our operators and customers is a priority for us. We are following the guidance of the Chief Medical Officer of Health by installing bus operator protection barriers on all buses to support physical distancing.


Service updates

Service Along Main Street

Starting September 14, 2020, Airdrie Transit will be returning service along Main Street, providing customers with connections to services in Downtown Airdrie.

Please see the updated changes to Routes 900 and 902 on our Intercity Express Service page for complete bus schedules and maps.

Local Service

Airdrie Transit is excited to announce the increase of Local Service starting September 1, 2020. Routes 1 & 3 will be providing local service every 30 minutes Monday through Friday, and every 60 minutes on Saturdays! 

Please see our Local Routes page for bus schedules and maps. Our Fares page provides information on Local Bus Passes.

The last day of service for Dial-A-Bus was August 31, 2020.


Intercity Express Service

Starting July 6, 2020, Airdrie Transit will be providing service to Downtown Calgary on Routes 901 and 902. Services will include a total of 3 trips in the morning and 3 trips in the afternoon.

The 900 service to CrossIron Mills mall will also be increasing to every 60 minutes as well as longer hours.

Please see our Intercity Express Service page for schedules and further details.


Fare updates

As the province and our community move towards re-opening amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Airdrie Transit will resume collecting fares effective July 1, 2020.

For a full listing of our current fares, please see the FARES page.


Contact us

Transit Administration

P. 403.948.8875

F. 403.948.6567


Transit administration
Monday to Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday