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Travel to Saskatoon

Getting to Saskatoon

By plane
The John G. Diefenbaker International Airport is situated at the north end of Saskatoon. Saskatoon Transit runs a bus line (number 12) between the airport and downtown.The 12 bus runs every 30 minutes from Monday to Saturday, form 6:30 am to 11:00 pm. From downtown, you can transfer to one of the numerous lines that connect the University Campus. The journey takes about 45 minutes.

One adult bus ticket costs $3.10. When paying fare by cash, please have the exact fare ready to deposit into the fare boxes which accept coins only. Pennies are no longer accepted starting May 26, 2012. Operators do not carry change and paper cash is not accepted.

For more information about the public transit, please visit transit.saskatoon.ca.

To see information about taxi fares from the airport or alternate transportation, see the Diefenbaker Airport website.


By train
Canada’s rail network service is VIA Rail Canada. The Saskatoon station is about 8 km south-west of downtown. Travelling from the station to campus by transit takes about an hour. 

By bus
Saskatoon is bus accessible from within Saskatchewan via The Saskatchewan Transportation company, and by Greyhound. The central bus station is in the heart of downtown Saskatoon, and from there it is possible to get on one of the many lines that service the campus.

By car
Many roads and highways service Saskatoon, including the Yellowhead (16).

Taxi companies

Comfort cabs: 306-664-6464

United cabs: 306-652-2222

Radio cabs: 306-242-1221