Sault Transit Services
|Headquarters||111 Huron Street|
|Locale||Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario|
|Service type||Bus service, Paratransit|
|Routes||8 Major Bus Routes
3 Community Bus Routes
160 Queen Street East
|Fleet||3 Non Accessible
Sault Ste. Marie Transit has 8 major bus routes and 3 Community bus routes serviced by a fleet of 28 buses and 2 minibuses, These 11 fixed routes cover 1.765 million kilometres annually and provide for 1.95 million passenger trips in 2013, at an estimate of 5,350 daily.
The Parabus service consists of 9 Parabus vehicles, which travel a total of 262,723 kms (2013), and provide 47,258 passenger trips (2013) for 2,641 registered clients (July 2014).
The cash fare for all passengers on regular routes is $2.50. Monthly passes are also available, with reduced rates for students and seniors. Cash fare for the Community Bus is $2.50
There are eight major bus routes and three community bus routes. Colours used in the table below are as they appear on a map. All routes start at the bus terminal. Buses change their destination sign when they arrives back at the terminal but not all of buses show the route number.
|Route Number||Route Name||Layover||Arrives at terminal as||Link to map|
|1||Eastside||Dacey Road @ Trunk Road||Steelton|||
|2||Steelton||Arden Road @ Second Line W.||Eastside|||
|3||Second Line||Arden Road @ Second Line W.||Riverside|||
|4||Riverside||Fournier Road @ Trunk Road||Second Line|||
|6||Cedar Heights||Peoples Road @ Fourth Line E.||Cedar Heights|||
|7||North Street||Industrial Court A||North Street|||
|8||Sault College||Algoma University||Sault College|||
Community Bus Routes There are three community bus routes serving different areas of town. The color used on here will be the color it appears on the bus stop flag
|Route Letter||Number of Stops||Direction of Travel||Terminal Times||Link to Map|
|A||13||Central||08:45, 09:45, 10:45, 11:45, 13:15, 14:15, 15:15, 16:15|||
|B||14||East||10:15, 12:15, 14:45, 16:45|||
|C||13||West||09:15, 11:15, 13:45, 15:45|||
Sault Ste. Marie is also connected to its American neighbour by the International Bridge Bus . The state of Michigan and the twin cities of Sault Ste. Marie provide the majority of the funding, along with Lake Superior State University and Sault College.. The route travels hourly from 7:00 am - 6:00 pm on weekdays and 9:00 am - 4:00 pm on Saturdays. In addition to serving both downtown areas, the buses serve LSSU on the Michigan side and the Station Mall on the Canadian side.
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