Saskatoon transit riders have been given a new website to enhance their riding experience.
After 28 days without transit service, the city’s buses are now running at regularly scheduled times.
On Oct. 10, the University of Saskatchewan began offering a temporary bus service to help students, staff and faculty get to and from campus.
The City of Saskatoon’s lockout of transit workers has entered its second week, bringing with it mounting frustration and no sign that buses will be returning to the road anytime soon.
On Sept. 20, the City of Saskatoon held true to its word and locked out transit workers at 9 p.m. One group of transit users is doing something about it.
Bus reliant students may soon find themselves stranded if the Amalgamated Transit Union 615 does not respond to a notice of lockout that the City of Saskatoon has served to them.
Graduate students at the University of Saskatchewan voted Feb. 27 to implement a universal bus pass, or U-Pass, for a one-year trial period beginning in September 2013. After the trial period students will vote on whether or not to keep the pass permanently.
When it comes to voting for anything on campus, I usually don’t give two fucks. I vote for the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union executive, yes, but I could hardly care less who wins or loses. However, I was ecstatic when I heard about the spring and summer U-Pass referendum. This was a vote in
Navigating Saskatoon’s transit system is easier now than ever before. This is because CollegeMobile’s new iPhone application, Saskatoon Transit Touch & Go, which provides better access to information about the city’s bus routes and schedules, launched Oct. 2.
University Students’ Council approved an undergraduate referendum for the implementation of a spring and summer universal bus pass, or U-Pass, at its Sept. 27 meeting.