Commuter Transit to Edmonton
Commuter transit service between Spruce Grove and Edmonton is available on Route 560. Route 561 provides service between Edmonton and Acheson.
Schedules and destinations
|Destinations||Route 560||Route 561|
|Grant MacEwan University|
|Acheson Industrial park|
|Edmonton Westmount and Kingsway Mall|
Route 560 live bus tracking
View the real-time position of all the Route 560 buses currently on the road using the map below. See at a glance if your bus is on time or late - green is on time, red is late, blue is early. If you would like to get more information about a particular bus on the route, click on a bus to view details such as the trip schedule for that bus and more!
Please note that commuter transit service does not operate on the following statutory holidays:
- Monday, February 21 (Family Day)
- Friday, April 15 (Good Friday)
- Monday, May 23 (Victoria Day)
- Friday, July 1 (Canada Day)
- Monday, August 1 (Civic Holiday)
- Monday, September 5 (Labour Day)
- Monday, Oct. 10 (Thanksgiving)
- Friday, November 11 (Remembrance Day)
- Monday, December 26 (Boxing Day)
|Commuter service trip (one way to Acheson/Edmonton, no transfer) – aged 6+||$6.25|
|Children aged 12 and under (when accompanied by a paying customer)||Free|
|10-ticket booklet (for commuter service, no transfer)||$56|
|Monthly commuter pass (no transfer)||$135|
|Monthly youth/student commuter pass (no transfer)*||$100|
|Monthly integrated pass (with transferability to ETS) **||$197|
|CNIB pass holders||Free|
* Under 18 or with valid student ID
** Integrated Passes for the current month are no longer available for purchase after the 7th day of the month.
Please note that commuter transit fare products, including the monthly commuter pass, the monthly youth/student commuter pass, the monthly integrated pass, and Spruce Grove Transit tickets will also be accepted on Route 565 and On-Demand Local Transit.
Where to buy commuter transit passes and tickets
|Location||Commuter pass||Integrated pass||Youth/student pass||10-ticket booklet|
|Shoppers Drug Mart at Century Crossing|
|Shoppers Drug Mart at Westland Market Mall|
|Shoppers Drug Mart at Stony Plain|
|Spruce Grove City Hall|
|Border Paving Athletic Centre|
|Stony Plain Town Hall|
The Universal Transit Pass, commonly referred to as a U-Pass, is provided, for a fee, to students attending the University of Alberta, MacEwan University, NAIT and NorQuest College. The U-Pass is accepted by Spruce Grove Transit and is fully transferable to all other transit systems in the Capital Region, including Edmonton, Beaumont, Leduc, Strathcona County, Fort Saskatchewan and St. Albert.
The U-Pass program is a partnership of local municipalities, post-secondary institutions and their student governments.
Starting September 2021, U-Pass will be available through the Arc card, which students will use to tap on/off buses and the LRT around the Edmonton region. Arc U-Pass cards are issued by participating post-secondary institutions. NAIT students can use their One Card to tap on/off buses and the LRT.