Leduc Transit expands on-demand services

Friday, February 2, 2024

Leduc Transit is expanding its on-demand local services by increasing weekday service hours. Starting Monday, Feb. 5, On-Demand Transit will operate from 4:45 a.m. to 11 p.m. - four buses during peak hours and three mid-day. The increased service will allow for more access between the City of Leduc and Nisku Business Park.

The enhancements were approved in the 2024 budget and represent a 30 per cent increase in service delivery.

"On-Demand Transit is a lifeline for many residents in Leduc, so it's crucial that we work toward meeting this need of our community," says City of Leduc Deputy Mayor Bill Hamilton. "We also see many of the on-demand riders use the service to access Routes 1 and 10, so these service enhancements will support ridership growth on scheduled routes as well."

"Providing increased on-demand transit will be greatly beneficial to the many employees who work within the Nisku Business Park and access this service," says Leduc County Mayor Tanni Doblanko. "Many businesses in the Nisku Business Park operate on a 24-hour schedule, so increased transit hours will help those who work shift work or are on a schedule that is outside normal business hours."

Further service enhancements are slated to come later in 2024. More information will be shared once timelines are confirmed.

Learn how to book a ride on On-Demand Transit.