Leduc Transit offers service between Nisku Business Park, the City of Leduc and YEG Edmonton International Airport with fixed routes and on-demand options.
|Route||Destination||Weekday||Saturday||Sunday and statutory holidays|
|1||Leduc-Nisku-Edmonton (this route features free Wi-fi)||Peak hours||N/A||N/A|
|10||Leduc-Nisku-Premium Outlet Collection-Edmonton International Airport||Once per hour between 9:06 a.m. and 10:17 p.m.||Once per hour between 9:06 a.m. and 10:17 p.m.||Once per hour between 9:06 a.m. and 10:17 p.m.|
|On-demand transit||Locally in Leduc and the Nisku Business Park||Hours differ between City of Leduc and Nisku Business Park||N/A||N/A|
- Route 1 travels between the City of Leduc to the City of Edmonton and North Nisku. It operates on weekdays during peak hours. It does not run on Saturdays, Sundays or statutory holidays. Free Wi-Fi is available on Route 1.
Route 10 travels between the City of Leduc, Nisku Business Park, Premium Outlet Collection EIA and YEG Edmonton International Airport. It operates daily once per hour between 9:06 a.m. and 10:17 p.m., including Saturdays, Sundays and most statutory holidays.
Route 10 provides connection to YEG’s free airport service, which stops at various businesses on airport lands. It also connects to Edmonton Transit Service (ETS) Route 747, which takes passengers to Century Park Transit Centre on 23 Avenue and 111 Street NW in the City of Edmonton. Transfer to ETS Route 747 requires a monthly Commuter-Plus pass, a valid U-Pass or a special $5 one-way transfer.
On-demand transit riders can choose their pick-up and drop-off times and stop locations by booking their trip through an app, web browser or call centre.
On-demand service operates stop-to-stop, meaning that a bus will stop at a virtual stop or an existing transit stop, and routes are determined by customer requirements. On-demand transit riders can choose their pick-up and drop-off times and stop locations by booking their trip through an app, web browser or call centre.