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Customers boarding Route 300 at the airport must pay with either a Calgary Transit Boarding Pass for $9.50. Regular fare $3.15 ticket for Route 100 & 430. These can be purchased with cash on the bus, at the Ticket Vending Machines located at Bay 7, or show a monthly pass. Downtown The Red Line and Blue Line will both take you downtown. Once you’re downtown, the CTrain is free– simply hop on and off at any of the ten CTrain stations along 7 Avenue SW. As long as you get off the train before leaving downtown, no fare is required. View the CTrain Free Fare Zone


Transportation

Brewster For over 100 years, Brewster has been helping our guests to experience the best of Canada and the Rocky Mountains! It is our home, and we know it best! Brewster offers tours to Banff, Lake Louise, Jasper, Vancouver, the Canadian Rockies, Quebec and more. On a Brewster tour you can travel by bus, car, plane, helicopter, train, boat, jeep and horseback! See the majestic Rocky Mountains and experience the diverse wildlife while staying in a broad selection of fine hotels and resorts.

Calgary Transit
Information on bus and CTrain (metro). Moving Calgarians Since 1909, Calgary Transit has been moving Calgarians since 1909 - that's almost 90 years of service! Over the next century we will continue to change and grow with Calgary, as we have for the past century. Calgarys transit service was responsible for many aspects of Calgarys growth and development.

Red Arrow Motorcoach
Travelling Alberta? Don't travel on a bus, travel in comfort on a Red Arrow Motorcoach. Red Arrow Motorcoach provides state of the art coaches, enabling you to have comfortable and productive time to yourself with laptop plug ins, phones, faxes, movies, drinks, snacks and privacy seating. Red Arrow Motorcoach serving the Alberta travelling public since 1979. Our convenient schedules between Calgary, Red Deer, Edmonton, and Fort McMurray enable you to sit where you want, when you want. So don't travel Alberta on a bus, ride the difference on a Red Arrow Motorcoach, "Its Todays Way".