cityLINK Pilot Project

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Lethbridge Transit is proud to introduce the cityLINK pilot project set to roll out September 2021. The cityLINK project represents a total redesign of transit in Lethbridge. Combining High Frequency Lines, Neighbourhood Lines and Demand Response Zones, cityLINK intends to improve the lives of Lethbridge citizens through physical, economic, and social mobility.

The fundamentals of cityLINK are based upon the Transit Master Plan, the KPMG Operational Review and direction from City Council. The cityLINK project is designed to maximize potential efficiency and effectiveness by providing appropriate levels of transit service to current and potential customers. In areas where high ridership potential exists, frequency will improve and trip times will be reduced. In areas that have low ridership potential, demand response service will be introduced in order to ensure that these areas maintain access to public transportation. Additional service level determinations will be based on time of day and day of week, but the span of service for Lethbridge Transit will remain unchanged.

On July 13, 2021 Council voted to accept the engagement results and directed Lethbridge Transit to implement the cityLINK network on August 25, 2021 including the modifications proposed as a result of the engagement process. To watch the video, click this link.

Please note: Information in this video has changed due to the engagement process.


Click to view the interactive cityLINK map


Lethbridge Transit is proud to introduce the cityLINK pilot project set to roll out September 2021. The cityLINK project represents a total redesign of transit in Lethbridge. Combining High Frequency Lines, Neighbourhood Lines and Demand Response Zones, cityLINK intends to improve the lives of Lethbridge citizens through physical, economic, and social mobility.

The fundamentals of cityLINK are based upon the Transit Master Plan, the KPMG Operational Review and direction from City Council. The cityLINK project is designed to maximize potential efficiency and effectiveness by providing appropriate levels of transit service to current and potential customers. In areas where high ridership potential exists, frequency will improve and trip times will be reduced. In areas that have low ridership potential, demand response service will be introduced in order to ensure that these areas maintain access to public transportation. Additional service level determinations will be based on time of day and day of week, but the span of service for Lethbridge Transit will remain unchanged.

On July 13, 2021 Council voted to accept the engagement results and directed Lethbridge Transit to implement the cityLINK network on August 25, 2021 including the modifications proposed as a result of the engagement process. To watch the video, click this link.

Please note: Information in this video has changed due to the engagement process.


Click to view the interactive cityLINK map


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