We have over 1,100 buses operating throughout the city with over 160 routes, to get you where you need to go, when you need to get there.

We offer a variety of fare payment options that give you options to pay the way you want - cash, tickets, day passes, or monthly passes. We also offer senior and low-income passes for eligible Calgarians.

You can plan your trip ahead of time by using our trip planner, or receive information on the fly about a particular route by calling Teleride or Teletext.


With 56 kilometres of track and 44 stations on two lines, the CTrain can help connect you to where you want to go.

The Red Line, runs from Crowfoot in the northwest to Somerset-Bridlewood in the south, and the Blue Line, starts at Saddletowne in the northeast and travels to 69 Street in the west.

The CTrain travels downtown along 7 Avenue between City Hall and West/Kerby Stations. This stretch of the CTrain system is our free fare zone.  This means that you can hop on for free when traveling along 7 Avenue. Make sure you purchase your fare if you’re traveling outside of downtown.


With Calgary’s growing cycle network, biking can be an efficient, healthy and environmentally friendly way to get around Calgary. We have many options for you try. Learn more.

Park and Ride

We provide around 16,000 parking spaces at 33 locations — more than 13,000 of which are at CTrain Stations. We also offer a Reserved Parking system that allows commuters to pay a fee for a guaranteed parking space during the weekday morning hours. Learn more.