STC Passenger Fare Increase Effective March 2, 2015

Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC) passenger fares will increase by an average of 4.5 per cent beginning March 2, 2015. The average fare increase per ticket will be $1.65 based on an average one way trip of 182 kilometres (113.4 miles).

“STC takes pride in offering safe, affordable and accessible passenger services,” said STC President and CEO Shawn Grice. “Small annual increases help to offset the amount of government subsidy that STC requires.”

The price of the medical pass will not increase and will remain at $66.20.

STC continues to receive very high customer satisfaction ratings and will continue to offer the Frequent Rider Card. The purchase of a Frequent Rider Card for $30 (plus tax) allows passengers to save 20 per cent off of every adult or student ticket purchased for one year.

The last STC passenger fare increase was for 5.5 per cent and occurred August 1, 2014.

About STC

The Saskatchewan Transportation Company is a provincial coach company that provides safe, affordable and accessible bus passenger and parcel express services to communities throughout Saskatchewan.

For more information, contact:

Kelly Michaud
Saskatchewan Transportation Company
Phone: (306) 798-2803
Email: [email protected]