To provide safe, accessible and courteous public transportation services in response to the needs of our customers.
A transit service that improves mobility in existing and new communities in Calgary, connecting people and places, and enhancing the quality of life in the city.
Calgary Transit's goal is for Calgarians to have access to transit service within a five-minute walk (i.e. 400 meters) from most developed areas. Transit route networks are designed to allow good transit access to local community services (e.g. schools, shopping centres) and external destinations (e.g. Downtown).
With 56 kilometers of track and 44 stations on two lines, the CTrain can help connect you to where you want to go. The Red Line runs from Tuscany in the northwest to Somerset-Bridlewood in the south, and the Blue Line runs from Saddletowne in the northeast to 69 Street SW. The free fare zone travels downtown along 7 Avenue between City Hall and Downtown West / Kerby stations.
Calgary Transit Access
Calgary Transit Access provides over one million trips to nearly 15,000 Calgarians that cannot use Calgary Transit services due to a disability. We work with our customers to determine eligibility, book trips and coordinate their pickup and drop off.
Transit Watch is a public awareness and education campaign that encourages Calgary Transit staff and customers to become involved in staying alert and working together to maintain a safe transit environment.