Regina Transit Master Plan

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The City of Regina is working on a plan for the future of our public transit system. The Regina Transit Master Plan will identify actions to guide short-, mid-, and long-term decision-making for Regina Transit to implement over the next 25 years.

We want to make sure transit is convenient, sustainable, and accessible for residents across the city. From how you use transit to what we can improve, we’re looking at all aspects of transit.

On May 4, 2022, City Council approved the Regina Transit Master Plan (RTMP) as a decision-making guide to help position Regina Transit for community and economic growth over the next 25 years. The comprehensive Plan will be transformative for Regina, making public transit a main transportation mode of choice to support an accessible and sustainable community.

The RTMP was developed with extensive community engagement, research on best practices from other municipalities, and input from key internal and external stakeholders.

Identified within the Plan are 45 actions for implementation, set out for the short-, mid- or long-term, so that Regina Transit can be adaptable to changing circumstances in our community. Short-term actions include more frequent service, new electric buses, upgraded fare technology and exploring the option of free transit for youth.

This Plan leads Regina Transit in a direction that is passenger-focused and modern, to keep up with projected growth. Mass transportation helps spur economic activity and attract businesses who rely on it for customers and employees. As the city population increases and with the rise in fuel prices, it is important that residents have affordable and sustainable transportation methods.

The City of Regina is working on a plan for the future of our public transit system. The Regina Transit Master Plan will identify actions to guide short-, mid-, and long-term decision-making for Regina Transit to implement over the next 25 years.

We want to make sure transit is convenient, sustainable, and accessible for residents across the city. From how you use transit to what we can improve, we’re looking at all aspects of transit.

On May 4, 2022, City Council approved the Regina Transit Master Plan (RTMP) as a decision-making guide to help position Regina Transit for community and economic growth over the next 25 years. The comprehensive Plan will be transformative for Regina, making public transit a main transportation mode of choice to support an accessible and sustainable community.

The RTMP was developed with extensive community engagement, research on best practices from other municipalities, and input from key internal and external stakeholders.

Identified within the Plan are 45 actions for implementation, set out for the short-, mid- or long-term, so that Regina Transit can be adaptable to changing circumstances in our community. Short-term actions include more frequent service, new electric buses, upgraded fare technology and exploring the option of free transit for youth.

This Plan leads Regina Transit in a direction that is passenger-focused and modern, to keep up with projected growth. Mass transportation helps spur economic activity and attract businesses who rely on it for customers and employees. As the city population increases and with the rise in fuel prices, it is important that residents have affordable and sustainable transportation methods.

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  • There should be bus service around the clock all day Sunday and holidays too

    Darcy asked over 1 year ago
    Thanks for your comment! We'll include this in our findings. If you haven't already completed our survey, we sure hope you will. There is a question specific to when you would like to see additional service. Thanks again!