Gasoline Alley transit route changes Sunday

Red Deer County is letting transit users know the bus route in Gasoline Alley will change starting Sunday.

Transit will only serve the west side of Gasoline Alley. Route 12 will start at Bower Place mall and travel along Highway 2, entering Gasoline Alley at Leva Avenue. The route returns to the City of Red Deer via Lantern Street and Highway 2A.

The 30-minute round-trip route runs Monday to Saturday from 6:30 a.m. to 10:55 p.m. Sunday and holiday hours are 9 a.m. to 6:25 p.m.

“Red Deer County is always using data and customer feedback to determine the best levels of service for transit. With continued development on the west side of Gasoline Alley, usage statistics and budget determined that this new route would best serve our residents and businesses,” said Jo-Ann Symington, Red Deer County community services manager.

For more information on transit, visit the Transit section on the City of Red Deer’s website.



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