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Discounted Bus Pass Program

The Discounted Bus Pass Program allow people with lower incomes to access quality public transportation. Greater access to public transportation allows individuals to more easily take part in workforce and community activities.

The purchase cost of the Discounted Bus Pass is shared by the Ministry of Social Services, the municipality and the individual.


1. Benefits

A reduced cost per month for select municipal bus passes.


2. Eligibility

Discounted bus passes are available to people who are currently receiving benefits from at least one of the following programs:

  • Saskatchewan Income Support (SIS)
  • Saskatchewan Assistance Program (SAP)
  • Transitional Employment Allowance (TEA)
  • Saskatchewan Assured Income for Disability Program (SAID)
  • Saskatchewan Employment Supplement (SES)
  • Provincial Training Allowance (PTA)

Discounted bus passes are available for people living in:

  • Regina
  • Saskatoon
  • Prince Albert
  • Moose Jaw
  • North Battleford
  • Swift Current
  • Yorkton

3. How to apply

People looking to purchase a discounted bus pass need to visit their local public transit office.

The application process requires you to show proof you receive Social Services benefits. This can be as simple as showing deposit advice or cheque stub as part of the application process.


4. Apply

Visit your local transit authority office to apply.

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