June 23, 2013 / For Immediate Release
AIRDRIE, ALBERTA – In response to the recent flooding in the city of Calgary, the City of Airdrie will be altering Intercity Express (ICE) Services drop off locations for Monday, June 24, 2013.
Four ICE buses will be providing service to Saddletown, at which point Airdrie Transit users will be required to use Calgary Transit to complete the remainder of their trip. The City of Airdrie will be providing ICE users with two Calgary transit passes so they can complete the remainder of their trip at no additional expense.
“We recognize that this is an inconvenience to our transit users, but we want to ensure that it is not an additional cost to them as well,” said Chris MacIsaac, Transit Coordinator, the City of Airdrie.
There are no changes to the ICE routes or schedules in Airdrie. Route 901 afternoon will depart from Saddletown LRT at 4:30 p.m. and 5 p.m.. Route 902 afternoon will depart from Saddletown LRT at 4:45 p.m. and 5:30 p.m..
ICE users should visit www.calgarytransit.com to plan their route.
Any further changes to the ICE routes will be determined by no later than 5 p.m. the day before. Airdrie ICE users should be informed of any service changes on their ride back to Airdrie.
For more information:
Chris MacIsaac, Transit Coordinator
City of Airdrie