Tags : Lethbridge Transit

Refugee Bus Pass Program extended additional two months

The Refugee Bus Pass Support Program in our city was extended for an additional two months. In July of last year, Lethbridge city council approved $90,000 of funding for Lethbridge Transit to provide a free six month bus pass to all new refugees arriving in our city. In September, council allocated $15,000 from the contingencies […]Read More

CityLINK makes changes to transit service

The City of Lethbridge’s bus service, cityLINK, has been a hot button topic since it was implemented earlier in August. Bridge City News has spoken to a number of Lethbridge residents who have complained about the efficiency of the program in the past. Lethbridge Transit General Manager, Tim Sanderson, says the city has heard the […]Read More

Transit riders rally outside of city hall on Saturday raising

A “Rally for Accessible YQL Transit” took place outside city hall on Saturday, where concerned residents gathered to discuss their issues with Lethbridge Transit’s cityLINK network.    “In terms of the stops, many of them are being eliminated and it is quite a walk for people, some being 15 to 20 minutes. As well, with […]Read More

Unhappy transit rider says cityLINK needs to go

A disgruntled transit rider has been extremely unhappy with the newest cityLINK bus program implemented by Lethbridge Transit. Faye Cutforth says she has experienced rides that took over 90 minutes compared to the previous system that only took 30 minutes for a ride. Cutforth says she has a daughter with asperger’s and says she can’t […]Read More

Lethbridge Transit says feedback addressed for CityLINK system

Lethbridge Transit has been gathering information and bus rider feedback since the new CityLINK network was implemented in August. There are four major demand zones in the city and riders can book a demand ride where a bus will pick them up by using an app or by calling 311. General Manager for Lethbridge Transit, […]Read More

New Lethbridge Transit set to launch new cityLINK Aug. 25

Transit riders in Lethbridge will have some getting used to starting next Wednesday. The City of Lethbridge will be changing over to its CityLINK network, which will see fixed routes, demand response zones and a new rapid 10/10 service. The goal is to decrease ride time  while still offering adequate services for users in low-ridership […]Read More

Lethbridge Transit introduces new cityLINK network

According to Lethbridge Transit, getting around town is going to be faster and more efficient thanks to a new redesign that is rolling out this fall. The new cityLINK network focuses transit services on high frequency, and neighbourhood lines.  Low ridership areas would be provided services on an on-demand basis, similar to an Uber service. […]Read More