In partnership with the Town of Stony Plain, City of Spruce Grove and Parkland County, there are three transit options provided in the region; On-Demand, Commuter and an Accessible Transportation Service. Service is available in Stony Plain, Spruce Grove, Parkland Village and Acheson.

On-Demand Local Transit

For complete details about On Demand Transit, visit Spruce Grove Transit.

Hours of operation
On-demand local transit operates 5 AM to 7 PM Monday to Friday within Stony Plain and Spruce Grove. Within Parkland Village and Acheson the service operates from 5 AM to 9 AM and 2:15 PM to 6:15 PM, Monday to Friday.
How can I book?

There are three ways to book a trip with on-demand:

Book trips up to one week in advance for travel between any two bus stops in Stony Plain, Spruce Grove, Parkland Village or Acheson.

The on-demand system calculates the most efficient route based on customer needs so trips are as fast as possible. You will be given a 10-minute pick-up window; arrive on time because the bus can’t wait.

Where are the stops?

 View the map for a complete list of all on-demand stop locations.
Try Transit Summer Youth Pass Program

The Town of Stony Plain is providing FREE on-demand Try Transit Youth Summer Passes.
With the Try Transit Youth Summer Pass, youth can explore Stony Plain and Spruce Grove, gaining confidence and experience using public transportation. For information about Spruce Grove on-demand, visit Spruce Grove Transit.

On-Demand Transit opens a world of opportunities to our youth: access work, education, and other services.
Don't miss out! A guardian or parent's consent is required to participate. Click the button below to access the form. Please note the form must be printed off and dropped off at the Stony Plain Youth Centre at 4902 51 Ave Monday to Thursday from 3 PM to 6 PM or Friday 3 PM to 8 PM.

Application Form

Accessible Transportation Services (ATS)

For complete details about ATS, check out the Service Guide.

To register, please complete the Eligibility Form.

What is ATS?

ATS offers door-to-door transportation for any resident, 16 years of age and over, who is unable to utilize the existing fully-accessible conventional public transit service due to a physical or cognitive disability. All ATS patrons must be registered with the service prior to booking a trip and may book the following trip types:

  • Medical appointments
  • Essential service trips (groceries, banking, filling prescriptions)
  • Social trips (senior center visits, family visits, Tri Leisure Centre and Library visits)

Priority service will be given to medical appointments. Essential and social trips will be accommodated as the schedule permits.

Each ATS shuttle or passenger van is equipped with a lift or ramp to accommodate mobility devices.

How can I book?

You can book or cancel a reservation by emailing or calling the ATS Office in Stony Plain at 780-963-5444. All local trips require a booking minimum of 7 days advance notice, all other trips require a minimum of 14 days advance notice. 

I'm a new user, how can I register?

To register, please complete the Eligibility Form and email, mail or drop off your completed forms to:

Town of Stony Plain
Attention:  ATS Coordinator
4905 51 Avenue
Stony Plain, AB  T7Z 1Y1

If you have any questions, please contact ATS by calling 780-963-5444 or

When is ATS available?

The ATS operates Monday to Friday from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

How much are the fares, and how can I pay?


Fares may be paid to drivers by cash, cheque, or punch cards.

Punch cards may be purchased for trips within Stony Plain and Spruce Grove. 

  • 10 (one-way) trips $50
  • 25 (one-way) trips $125

Punch cards are available from drivers (payable by cash or cheque) or at:

  • Stony Plain Town Office
  • Spruce Grove City Hall
  • Border Paving Athletic Centre 

Punch cards are not accepted for travel outside Spruce Grove and Stony Plain.

Trips from Stony Plain and Spruce Grove
  • Stony Plain and Spruce Grove $6 ($12 return)
  • Parkland Village $12 ($24 return)
  • Parkland County $16 ($32 return)
  • West Edmonton $30 ($40 return)
  • Rest of Edmonton $40 ($50 return)
  • St. Albert $40 ($50 return)
Trips from Parkland Village
  • Stony Plain and Spruce Grove $12 ($24 return)
  • Parkland Village $12 ($24 return)
  • Parkland County $16 ($32 return)
  • West Edmonton $35 ($55 return)
  • Rest of Edmonton $45 ($60 return)
  • St. Albert $45 ($60 return)
Trips from Parkland County
  • Stony Plain and Spruce Grove $16 ($32 return)
  • Parkland Village $16 ($32 return)
  • Parkland County $20 ($40 return)
  • West Edmonton $45 ($60 return)
  • Rest of Edmonton $55 ($70 return)
  • St. Albert $55 ($70 return)

Commuter Transit Services

Does the commuter transit bus have stops in Stony Plain?
No, the commuter service only provides service between Spruce Grove (Route 560) and Edmonton. To connect with the commuter transit, you can book an On-Demand ride from Stony Plain to Spruce Grove. Visit Spruce Grove Transit for on-demand and commuter transit schedules.

Additional Resources

Low Income Transit Pass

The Low Income Transit Pass Program (LITP), funded through a Government of Alberta Grant, helps to support residents to access public transit and connect with their community.

Subsidized rates are offered for both Local and Commuter monthly passes. Additionally, Newcomers to Canada (who arrived in Canada within the last three months) are eligible for three months of fully subsidized passes (either Local or Commuter passes), after that, individuals will be transitioned to the subsidized rate, as applicable.

To be eligible, applicants’ household income (from Line 15000 on your CRA Notice of Assessment) must not exceed the Low-Income Cut-Off level determined by Statistics Canada +25%.

Applications to access the program can be completed year-round, by calling the Community Social Development Office at 780-963-8583, or by completing the form below. Proof of address and household income are required.


Regional Transit Services

In a step towards enhancing regional transit services, municipalities in the Edmonton Metro Region, including the Town of Stony Plain, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on December 21, 2023. The collaborative framework outlines principles such as mutual respect, sole control over assets and workforce, and a commitment to tailored solutions. Regular meetings between CAOs and local transit leaders will further foster communication and efficiency.

For more information, read the Official News Release.