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Mayor Don Iveson
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New bus routes are here

New bus routes and On Demand Transit went into service at 5am on Sunday, April 25.

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Chart showing transit ridership in 2019 and 2020
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Chart: Edmonton transit ridership fell 44.3% YoY in 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in 38 million fewer transit trips in 2020 compared with 2019, a year-over-year decrease of 44.3%.

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Transit advisory board recommends changes to get people using transit again safely
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Transit advisory board recommends changes to get people using transit again safely

Service changes that enable physical distancing, better communication of cleaning procedures, and a strengthening of the existing mask mandate are some of the recommendations in a new report aimed at getting people to use transit again safely.

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Speaking Municipally: Episode 120
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Speaking Municipally: Episode 120

The reviews are in and it's clear that Episode 120 of Speaking Municipally is a must-listen. Hosts Troy Pavlek and Mack Male spoke with Carrie Hotton-MacDonald, the new branch manager of the Edmonton Transit Service.

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Navigating transit: New ETS branch manager plans to use her experiences to improve the department
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Navigating transit: New ETS branch manager plans to use her experiences to improve the department

Carrie Hotton-MacDonald is the new branch manager of Edmonton Transit Service (ETS), and she plans to use her 25 years of experience riding transit to improve the network.

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'Innovative germ-killing biotechnology' rolling out at select Edmonton transit stations
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'Innovative germ-killing biotechnology' rolling out at select Edmonton transit stations

The simple act of opening a bus station door can be anxiety-inducing during a pandemic. As a potential solution, Edmonton Transit Service (ETS) has entered a partnership with local startup Outbreaker Solutions Inc. to implement new antimicrobial push plates, made of compressed salt, on the doors of eight LRT stations and two transit centres in the city.

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