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WOOSH! A Ride Worth Taking

Current Transit Schedules

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School Transit Service

Questions or concerns? Contact us:

Tok Transit Dispatch: 780-743-4157
RMWB Transit Services: 780-743-7931

Welcome to “Woosh” - the Wood Buffalo Transit System. Founded in 1980, we now service over 4,000 commuters a day with 53 conventional buses and 11 SMART buses.

Woosh operates mainly within the city limits of Fort McMurray seven days a week (with the exception of some statutory holidays) with some routes to the airport, Saprae Creek Estates and Gregoire Lake Estates. On Tuesdays and Fridays, the rural areas of Janvier, Conklin and Anzac are serviced by our conventional buses while SMART buses go to Anzac on Wednesdays and Janvier on Thursdays.

There are now three bus transfer stations, located in Thickwood, Timberlea and downtown, with buses operating on 24 routes. Some routes start as early as 5 a.m and others depart as late as 11 p.m. For your comfort, many of our new bus shelters are heated. Our regular conventional fleet provides for the general population while our SMART buses are for seniors and individuals with special needs.

Our school buses get high school students safely to their institutions. We pride ourselves on being world-class, convenient, prompt, toasty warm and safe as well as a healthy choice for the environment. We are definitely a ride worth taking!

Sunday and Holiday Transit Schedules

On Sunday, bus service may begin later than on weekdays or Saturdays and may also end much earlier. There is NO SERVICE on Christmas Day, regular weekday service on Easter Monday and extended service on New Year’s Eve. Sunday service is available on all other holidays.

Where to Catch the Bus

But stop signBus locations are indicated by brown or glassed-in bus shelters (heated or non-heated) or are marked by signs on lamp posts or other poles. Look for a green circle with black image of a bus inside. You can download a map of all Transit stops.

If you see a vehicle parked near a bus stop, please call the Bylaw Complaint Line at 780-788-4200. If the shelter glass is broken, call 780-743-4157 and give them the bus shelter number which is in black letters on the outside of the shelter near the roof.

Conventional Transit Fares

Cash fare
(per ride)
Eleven-ride booklet
(get one ride for free)
Monthly pass (student)
(Includes Keyano College)
Monthly pass (adult) $45.00
Seniors/Children under 5 Free

SMART Bus (Specialized Transportation) Fares

Cash fare
(per ride)
10 Rides $12.50
20 Rides $25.00
One way for Rural Areas (Anzac & Janvier) $10.00

Conventional Rural Bus Fares

Adult (13 years and older)  
1 Ride $10
5 Rides $40
10 Rides $80
Child (7-12 Years) /Senior (65 years and older)
1 Ride $5
5 Rides $20
10 Rides $40
Children 6 and Under are Free  

Fares can be paid by exact change, a one-ride ticket or a monthly pass. Drivers cannot make change or sell passes. The bus can accept a $2 coin, but no change can be given.


Note that TRANSFERS are only issued to cash and one-ride ticket holders. Please request a transfer at the time you pay your fare. Transfers only allow you to travel further in the same direction and are not valid for return trips. Transfers are only good for one hour from the time you receive them and only on that same day

Purchase Monthly Passes

  • The Jubilee Centre cashier at 9909 Franklin Ave. (Monday through Friday 8:30am-4:30pm; closed weekends and holidays)
  • MacDonald Island Park main counter at 151 MacDonald Drive (Monday-Friday 5am-11pm; weekends and statutory holidays 7am-10pm)
  • Timberlea Landing at 309 Powder Drive  (Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm; closed weekends and holidays)

For PASS information call 780-743-7090

Note: Lost or stolen passes are not replaced.

Tax Credits

For information about the Income Tax Credit for monthly adult, senior and student passes, as well as college student and semester passes, please visit the Canada Revenue Agency website.

Types of transit available in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo

Conventional Transit

This refers to any fixed route transit to most major destinations. All routes are fully accessible, low-floor vehicles.

Regular School Service

This service is for high school and college students on regular bus routes. Students purchase their bus passes at their school when they register.

Overload School Service

This service is for high school students not on regular bus routes. It picks students up and drops them off right at their school. Students purchase their bus passes at their school when they register.

Conventional Rural Bus Service

This conventional service is for all ages and goes to Janvier, Conklin and Anzac on Tuesdays and Fridays. This does NOT include the SMART Bus.

SMART Bus (Specialized Transportation)

Specialized transportation is convenient transportation for seniors and those with disabilities who are unable to use the conventional bus service.