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Leduc, AB adds flexibility to public transportation system with On-Demand Transit program

Leduc, AB On-Demand Transit Flexibility Transportation


Leduc Transit replaced four fixed routes with an on-demand services that addresses service gaps throughout the city. Residents request pickups and drop-offs at virtual stops via app or phone call. An automated dispatch system sends transit vehicles on the most efficient routes based on requested rides. City officials spent $20,000 CAD in one-time costs for the program while keeping fares the same as fixed-route buses during its first year.

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Leduc, AB

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Leduc Transit gets green light for on-demand service | City of Leduc

Enhanced local service will soon roll out on Leduc Transit as operations transition from fixed routes to on-demand service in the coming months. The move to on-demand service was approved during a Leduc City Council meeting on Monday, May 17, and will cost roughly $20,000 in one-time setup fees.   


City council approves on-demand transit | Leduc Representative

The City of Leduc and areas of Nisku will be transitioning from fixed route to on-demand transit over the next few months.

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