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November changes offer improvements to Transit service

On Wednesday, November 17, Lethbridge Transit will be implementing new service level adjustments intended to improve transit service in our community. Service level adjustments occur quarterly and aim to ensure the best possible service for transit users.

Since launching the CityLINK network in August, 2021, Lethbridge Transit has been collecting feedback, analyzing system performance, and making changes where possible.

"We heard the feedback and are confident that the service changes announced today will improve connections across the system and will add more options for our riders," says Lethbridge Transit General Manager, Tim Sanderson. "We will continue to measure performance, talk with our riders and encourage anyone who has feedback to call 311."

Effective Wednesday, November 17:

  • 4A/B will become 4 cityLINK Orange and will travel in only one direction along the original 4A pattern. This change is aimed at eliminating confusion as to where the bus stops and will help avoid missed pickups.4 CityLINK Orange.PNG
  • 51 & 52 will have offset times when travelling along Columbia Blvd. This will give customers along Columbia Blvd between McMaster Blvd & University Drive 15 minute service to and from the University, Monday to Saturday.
  • 62 departure time has been shifted to 5 minutes later to provide better connection at City Centre. This also adds more time for Lethbridge College students with late classes to catch the last bus which will now be at 9:10 p.m.
  • ATB Centre has been added as a hub station for Demand Response Zones 101 & 102.  Customers can now choose between two hubs within each zone to travel to.
    • 101 West Highlands Stn. & ATB Centre
    • 102 Sunridge Stn. & ATB Centre

For residents looking to plan their new route, information is available online at or on the myRide app available in the Apple and Google app stores.

For Public Inquiries:

Call 311 |  Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.