Detours & Delays

Scott Street Detour - Route 4

Beginning April 26th, Scott Street will be closed between 23rd Avenue and Jubilee Avenue. This is projected to last 6 weeks.

#4 Walsh Acres will remain on 23rd Avenue between Hillsdale Street and Scott Street. The bus will not be able to access bus stops #0387, #0388, #0389.

#4 Hillsdale will also remain on 23rd Avenue between Scott Street and Hillsdale Street. Bus stops #0376, #0377, #0378 and #1444 will be out of service.

For help planning your trip please call the RideLine at 306-777-RIDE(7433).

Winnipeg Street Detour - Route 8

Beginning April 26th, Winnipeg Street will be closed between Saskatchewan Drive and Dewdney Avenue. The following detours will be in place

#8 Normandy Heights will deotur from Winnopeg Street to 8th Avenue to Broad Street to Saskatchewan Drive to Winnipeg Street back on route.  The following bus stop will be closed:

  • #684 Winnipeg Street at Dewdney Avenue (southbound)

#8 Eastview will detour from Winnipeg Street to Saskatchewan Drive to Broad Street to 8th Avenue to Winnipeg Street back on route. The following stops will be closed:

  • #660 Winnipeg Street at Saskatchewan Drive (northbound)
  • #662 Winnipeg Street at Dewdney Avenue (northbound)

The closure is estimated to last three days.

Park Street Detour - Route 2

Beginning April 27th, Park Street will be closed between Arcola Avenue and 14th Street . The following detours will be in place

#2 Woodland Groove will detour from Arcola Avenue to Dixon Crescent to Froom Crescent to 14th Avenue back on route.  The following bus stops will be closed:

  • #684 Park Street at Arcola Avenue (northbound)
  • #806 14th Avenue at Park Street (eastbound)

#2 Argyle Park will detour from 14th Avenue to Froom Crescent to Dixon Crescent to Arcola Avenue back on route to back on route. The following stop will be closed:

  • #1049 Park Street at 14th Avenue (northbound)

The closure is estimated to last three days.

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