COVID-19 Service Update (April 22, 2020)
Due to low ridership, Beaumont city council made the difficult decision to suspend Beaumont Transit service temporarily effective Monday, May 4. The city will continue to monitor factors, including provincial health restrictions, and council will re-evaluate by June 9 whether to re-open service or extend the suspension of service.
We know there are residents who depend on daily transit service and are exploring options for them while service is suspended. If you are currently using Beaumont Transit, please contact us at by email at email@example.com or phone at 780-239-9483.
Bus fare will continue to be waived and ETS will operate its buses on the route until service is suspended May 4.
Thank you for your patience and understanding while we work to protect the health and safety of the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Beaumont’s commuter transit service operates at peak morning and afternoon times from Beaumont to Century Park, and back, with a stop at 50 Street and Ellerslie Road.
Beaumont is a growing community and the commuter transit service is the first step in ensuring full mobility for students, workers and residents of all ages. Transit provides a safe and efficient transportation alternative for all resident of Beaumont and for those who commute to Beaumont for work.
Riding Beaumont Transit
|Beaumont Transit does not operate on statutory holidays*.|
*See FAQs for dates.
January 30, 2019
On March 1, the City of Edmonton will return land containing 454 Park & Ride stalls back to Century Park Development Ltd., according to the lease agreement between the City and the developer.
The only paid reserved parking stalls at Century Park after March 1 will be those operated by the developer.
Customers who currently pay for City-operated reserved stalls have the option to make independent arrangements for monthly reserved parking in the landowner’s private Park & Ride, or use City operated free parking.
The City will continue to operate approximately 390 Park & Ride stalls at Century Park. These stalls offer free parking on a first-come, first served basis.
These changes are part of the overall development zoning plan that guides the transition of the Century Park land into a high-density, mixed-use, transit-oriented urban village.
For more information:
Communications Advisor, ETS